I bet there’s a thread that covers this but I sure can’t find it. So if this is redundant, please forgive me. I’m not a carpenter. I know nothing about woodworking. I can’t cut in a straight line. Hell, I can barely read a tape measure. Yet, I want to build Basses and I don’t have a clue where to even start. I have mental pictures of Basses I would like to build. I think about things like pickup placement and logos and whatnot. Not that I want to attempt to be the new boutique builder selling his Basses. I just want to build one...maybe more. so for all you builders...how did you learn? Did you just YouTube your way through it? Read books? Did your favorite uncle teach you? I found a school in Arizona that has a program. If not for my work, I would happily go spend some time there in order to learn this. Sadly though I’m on the east coast and like most of you, my job gets in the way of things I enjoy doing. So how does a guy with not a lot of spare time and almost no knowledge of woodworking (I built a pretty good floating shelf) get into this? maybe start with one of those kits is the way to go? I’ve thought of that but I still really want to start from nothing.