Currently I have a Squire Jag PJ body, wired w/ an active SD pup system with a fretless Mighty Mite neck. I'd like to get a more of a stand up sound out of my fretless. I've noticed that the Hofner violin bass gets a thump tone like a stand up and I think it's got a lot to do with the wooden bridge. I've thought about taking a Squire Jazz body I have, putting a wooden Hofner type bridge on it and then putting an acoustic pup on the bridge, put my fretless neck on it. No trapeze tailpiece, maybe string through the body? The Jazz control plate can easily handle another pot for acoustic pup volume, if I run the plug through the side of the guitar. Problems? The Hofner bridge string height looks too high but I haven't actually bought one yet to see, there are cheap ones on Ebay, perhaps it could be sanded down? If I remove the metal bridge, where would I ground to? Maybe I could use another type of wooden bridge? I think a combination of tape wound strings and a wooden bridge with a piezo bridge pup might give me more of a stand up sound; thoughts?