Hi all. No unnecessary words, I know what everyone likes here, pictures first. Photobucket slideshow: AFB Slideshow by Valery_Chizh | Photobucket And some photos right here: Next to 34" Washburn XB125 for comparison: After failing two attempts to finish my fretless tele project (there is a thread with both unfinished teles here), I decided to take a little break with woodworking. But before the comlplete cleaning of my working area I looked in the corner where usually stands my various aluminium profiles (I use them as guides for my router) and was stricken by an idea of the thing that you can see on the pictures above. Specs are: -Aluminium neck (through), body and fretboard (all is glued up except the "headstock', where were some serious problems with gluing so some extra screws were used) -Fretless, only with "zero" fret right after the nut -29,9" scale length (first idea was about 27", but then I thought "what the hell" and measured 29,9") -Grover 3+3 tuners -Gotoh hardtail bridge, strings through body, no ferrules regarding to the body's material -DiMarzio DropSonic in the bridge position -One volume and one 2 pos. mini switch with "on/off" function Strung up with 5 strings from "DR DropDownTuning" + one bass string, don't know the exact gauge of the last one. Tuned up to somewhere around drop-F#, didn't use the tuner yet. There are serious problems with instument's weight balance, didn't attached a strap yet, but the headstock is too heavy and the neck too long for such a small "body". An interesting thing is that DiMarzio is in there forever or till the instrument will break in pieces, because I mounted it during gluing up the body and there is no way to take it out now.