Worked on it off and on for about a year, gathering parts here and there. I think it turned out great! Here is a list of the parts: Michael Dolan custom neck -flamed maple (tru-wax/tru-oil finish) -black block inlays -1.5" nut and 32" scale -Hipshot tuner -bone nut Custom Warmoth SG bass body -mahogany -custom humbucker routes -Schaller 463 bridge -Gibson top-hat knobs -B/W/B pickguard (also made by Dolan) Lindy Fralin Bassbucker pickups RS Guitarworks Vintage wiring kit -Vol/Vol/Tone I actually finished/stained the body myself. Its a satin walnut finish. The bass sounds great. Very vintage sound. Maybe a cross between a Rick and a Thunderbird? Fingerstyle is very warm and smooth. A pick gives more definition and grind. Lots of oomph either way though. This bass is definitely NOT for slapping. I played it through an Orange AD200, GK 800RB, and MarkBass CMD102P and it sounded great through all of them.