Instead of selling this bass: I think I'm going to build a new body for it instead. This one was an OK effort, but its pretty messed up. What I want from you guys is help choosing body wood and a pickup. I think I'm going to stick with Poplar for the body, which seems to compliment graphite really nicely. I was also thinking about mahogany or alder. Pretty sure I'm going to copy my lakland DJ5 for the shape. Maybe poplar with some kind of top? I'm going to order a body blank from Warmoth. More importantly: the pickup. You can see I routed a few positions, but found that that bridge pickup sounded best by itself. It is a little toward the neck from where a J bass bridge pickup would be. I'm thinking of going with a wider aperture humbucker in the same basic position, to fatten up the sound a little but retain the character. I had also though about an MM tri-coil with the rear coil in the same location as this one, so I could still get this same basic sound, or use both for more bottom end. I don't really have a "design goal" in mind, since I don't actually play fretless much at all, I just want to make a cool bass. Lets hear some ideas.