Due to a mistake I made while routing the headstock shape for my Iceman build, I was forced to repurpose the neck to go with something else. Since the neck ended up being more narrow at the nut than I'd wanted for a 7 string, this project has to be a 6 string. Specs: 27" 6 string 4 piece wenge neck ebony fingerboard (macassar or mun, unsure) MOP dot inlays curly maple headstock plate 3+3 hs config swamp ash body 1 humbucker, bridge. 1 volume knob I had bought a piece of swamp ash for dirt cheap, very narrow piece, slightly crooked, so they sold it to me at a steep discount. This body blank cost me $25. Since it was very narrow, I had to cut off a few small pieces to glue on multiple areas to be wide enough for the shape I went with. I had initially planned to do something like the newer Parker shape, or Vik's Duality shape, but I changed the upper horn a bit after seeing a particularly nice Schecter Avenger. Someone pointed out to me that the shape is quite close to Vik's Saviour line, but that was unintentional. so here's where I'm at: The neck is ready for frets, and final shaping of the profile (based on my SG from the early 90s). The plan for the body is to make a pickguard shape out of some curly maple I have leftover from the top from another build, stain the pickguard piece and the headstock to match each other, and use oil for the swamp ash.