First "The Red Baron", the bass that started it all. Waiting for my Dingwall Z2 I thought "why does it take 9 months for those guys to build a bass?" I started building my own, and now I know. "The Red Baron".
Then of course "Kermit", a cousin to the Baron, clearly influenced by the Z2 but a much more refined (at least for me) body shape and execution than the Baron, introducing a number of new approaches, somewhat necessitated by the multi scale approach.
Last but not least we have a direct descendent of Kermit so I'll stick with "Kermit" but maybe we can call it "Kermit Gaia". Almost finished, looks beautiful in real life (the pic doesn't do it any justice). Again, modifications to the building process (the neck is just as long into the body as Kermit's, just "hidden") but clearly showing the overall theme of "Kermit".
And here they are all in one happy family pic:
Really happy with how things are progressing. More Kermits on the way, and more Mantas as well (will keep you updated on those).
P.S.: None of this would have been possible without the support of David and Robert (better known as Rob) from the Melbourne School of Guitar Making - thank you so much for showing me the light, guys