Seeing that other members post their ideas in this forum and get tons of helpful advice and valuable opinions, I would also fancy very much you contributing to my design. I am a massive Jaguar Bass fan, and although my design is very much fenderish in nature, it derives sufficiently to be considered (sort-of) original. This is my main idea for the body. You can clearly see where it comes from: And this is the headstock I drew. I like 3+1 configurations, because they keep the headstock small and therefore less dive-prone. The complete bass would look like this: It is called the B'alam and it's my dream Bass. My idea is to build it myself next year (when the money and the work allow it). It is going to be my first build, but I'm going to get help from a professional luthier team. The only things that are for sure are: Seafoam green with matching headstock. Block and bound neck. Gold anodized pickguard. Zero fret. Middle pickup on the P sweet spot. Active/Passive switching. Series/Parallel switching. Ivory/Cream pickup covers. Somewhat probable: P/J config, but P/MM would also be an option. Bridge pickup on the fender 70's jazz position or closer to the bridge. String through. D-Tuner. Not so sure: 33½ Scale or 34? DiMarzios or Delano? Aguilar or Delano preamp? 2 or 3 Band? Fender American Bridge or Sandberg Bridge? Fender Mechanics (I kind of fell in love with the new American Standard ones) or light tuners? Alder body? Canary, teak, padouk, purpleheart neck? (I want unfinished wood for the neck) Ebony, Ziricote fingerboard? Any opinions or critic are welcome!