Hi guys. Not really sure, if this topic hasn't been discussed before, but I tried to search through the old threads and didn't really found what I was looking for. I'm getting build a custom bass guitar by Woodandtronics soon and I haven't decide on all of the things yet. The bass is going to have a walnut body and very likely a maple neck (I've played simillar walnut bass with ash-padauk neck but felt that the maple might sound better on that bass). I still need to decide between a set neck and a bolt on. I've read many threads on that topic and from what I've understood, the bolt-on is supposed to be a bit more punchy and set neck has a simillar sustain to a neckthrough (which I've tried and thought I could use some additional punch). The bass is also going to have Norstrand dual coils, a John East preamp and I think I'll also have Gotoh hardware and a piezzo bridge on it. Here is the main question; I really like the sound and response of walnut, but I thought it could sound a bit fuller in lows. Could I achieve with a certain type of wood? Also, do you think I should go with a bolt-on or a set neck? I play all kinds of music, from latino and fusion to rock and dub so I'd want my bass to have some edge to cut through loud drummers and distorted guitars (I use EBS and Schroeder gear, if that helps). Thank you for your answers, there will probably be more when I get those answered.