I was looking around Warmoth's website, and got a wild and crazy idea to make a short-scale piccolo bass out of baritone strat parts. Here are the specs: Alder Body Baritone conversion Maple neck/Rosewood Fingerboard EMG Select humbucker chrome hardware 4 "Indi Bass" bridges Now, the baritone conversion neck is 1 11/16" at the nut--the same as a P-Bass. The "Indi" bridges SHOULD make the string spread narrow enough so the strings don't fall off the edge of the board. IN THEORY, this would work. The only problem I see is that I've estimated this all to cost about $400. That seems like quite a bit for something to toy around with. What do you guys think? I know there is a guy from Warmoth on the forums--I'd like to know what he thinks as well. Here's the bass (or four-string guitar, or piccolo bass, or whatever you wanna call it). I used pics off the Warmoth site and some fancy photo software. I'm trying to keep this as simple as possible--meaning I don't want to have to do any wood work myself (routing pickups, mainly). I included two different pickup setups.