First of all, it's a symmetrical bass. So it's easy to just remove the pickguard (which i don't like anyway) and put another on on the right side...of course you have to figure there'll be holes in the body on the side it was on originally. Next, and the most problematic, putting all the knobs on the other side along with the electronics.... Keep in mind i know nothing about hardware, but if i knew someone who knew (my cousin has made himself a few guitars). Could this be done easy? Where the knobs used to be would naturally also leave holes obviously... how do you cover holes up in an instrument so that it leaves as little marks of damage as possible? How big anyway are holes left by knobs? I never even took an instrument apart.... I suppose it would also imply using paint of nearly identical color to the body color to paint over the hole fillings...which...probably would from up close look like it's not the same color. Is this something i should even get involved with if i consider that the odds i could find this bass for a right-handed person are terribly unlikely? And assuming my cousin isn't up to it...do you think a luthier could take on such job for a more or less reasonable price?