Started this build last summer, but life (graduation, marriage, moving and f*cking up my hand with a circular saw) got in the way of finishing it. All is settled and mostly healed by now, so I'm restarting the build. I've always loved Warwick basses, especially the Thumb models. Not having the money and not being a bass player in the first place, I've never got to own one, so now I'm building my take on this model myself. I am shooting to glue the fingerboard and the body pieces next week, might start on roughing in the neck shape. Don't know yet if I'm going to put a swamp ash headplate on, I like the pau ferro as it is. One of the inlays is a little crooked, might fix this if it keeps bugging me. Opinions? Specs - 5 string fretless bass Body: 3pc swamp ash, lightly flamed Neck: 1pc pau ferro, scarfjointed headstock Fingerboard: rosewood 34 inch scale, bolt-on Pickups: probably 2 soapbar humbuckers Bridge: hardtail, black Tuners: ?