You know, after reading the threads on the "Wishbass" I was compelled to post pics of my Walnut/Bubinga Peanut, #74. I knew very well that fit and finish were not Steve's strong points, so I ordered it completely unfinished. I gave it a gun-oil finish, which really brought out the bubinga's color, and put a couple o' carved scroll sides on the headstock (he graciously left me a big blank chunk of walnut on the end to do this). Installed Lace Sensor P-bass pickups with Cocobolo tops, concentric vol/tone control, a Carvin bridge, and got rid of that godawful sheet metal control plate and made a cocobolo/maple laminate one. This bass is fretted to 12, then fretless below the 12th fret... an experiment that's not entirely successful, but I wanted to try anyway. In short, I just had Steve Wishnevsky do the "roughing out" of this concept, then I finished it off the way I wanted. If you do this, you can get a really cool bass, or just experiment, for not much money. It does sound unique... mine's very deep, and woody. Records very well.