Hello everyone, I'm here today with a rather unique question. I've been a fan of the Cello and Violin and I also love the Bass. I'm a huge Victor Wooten fan and in a video I saw him use a bowable bass. However, like all other basses, you could only bow the top and bottom string. (E and G). My question is, how could you modify the bass to make all the strings bowable? Would a cello bridge piece work? Or would the neck have to be arched? If so, then would the notes change on the fingerboard? Thank you. I've always been a fan of dissecting cello pieces and bowing them on my bass but I'm just so restricted with two strings. The cross between the two really intrigues me.