I'm quite new at this luthiery stuff, so things like intonation are foreign to me. For a while, I was under the impression that as long as the nut on a 34" scale neck (or any scale, really) is 34" from the bridge saddles, the intonation would be correct. However, I accidentally read a post that says Warmoth's Custom T bass bodies are "stretched" to fit the scale. In otherwords, body length is a factor. I thought the distance from neck heel to bridge didn't matter, as long as the neck is the right scale and the nut is the correct distance from the saddles. You see, I found a few bolt-on hollowbody guitar bodies (without hardware, electronics, etc.) on eBay that I would like to use as bass bodies, but now I'm affraid that the bodies aren't long enough. So basically, I can't just put a bass neck on, even if I repositioned the bridge??