Although the tenor sax player in my quartet is also a very good guitarist, there are times when we could use both the guitar and the sax. I'm not much of a guitarist (or bassist for that matter, but my bandmates are also my friends, and besides, I own the PA system), but I could handle some simple guitar parts if I could find a way to play both guitar and bass during the same song. Our keyboard player could pick up the bottom end slack while I'm playing an intro, riff, or a verse or two on guitar. To pull it off, I would need a guitar-bass doubleneck. Not wanting to spend much money on this little experiment, nor wanting to break my already damaged back with two full-sized instruments, I came on the idea to mount my DeArmond Ashbory Bass to an old Fender Squier Bullet guitar (3/4 size Strat body) that has fairly decent tone. The question is how? I don't want to forever destroy the ability to use either instrument again separately. One possibility would be to get some heavy plexiglass and form a brace that would attach (using screws, I guess) to the backs of each instrument to hold them together and steady and the right distance apart. The Ashbory would be on top and the Bullet on the bottom. The Ashbory is light enough that th strap on the Bullet should be sufficient to hold both of them on me. Does anyone have any other ideas?