This is the experimental accoya bass with the English oak top. You've seen this before:
Still working out the final shape. Definitely not natural finish, might go for a "wasted" look, or some weird burst (green to blue, red to blue, blue to green, blue to red? Don't know).
35", not sure if I'll go for 22 or 24 fret equivalent, neck will be 5-piece (central walnut, and 4 maple) most likely with an ebony board (but not sure about that just yet), angled matching headstock with ebony nut.
Electronics: I have a few EMG soapbar pickups and a Noll 4-band pre (bass, low mids, high mids, treble). Pickup positions? First of, there'll be only 2, One will be VERY close to the bridge, the other one somewhere around the standard Stingray spot (probably a little further towards the neck, there might be space constraints).
Black Hipshot short key Y (3/8"), and an ETS Tuning Fork bridge, and Dunlop Dual strap locks.
That's it. Will be building a "laminating rig" in the next week or two, and this one will be the first to be glued up in it.