#057, a short-scale lefty bass modeled on the old Yamaha SG-2 shape. One-piece cherry body, Honduran mahogany neck with ebony fretboard, 30" scale, stainless steel frets, Schaller bridge, Hipshot tuners, TUSQ XL nut. Four Sunday Handwound pickups in forbon-topped Firebird format (A4 single, A5 humbucker with split, A5 single, A3 humbucker) with individual on/off switches and master volume and tone. Strung with La Bella flatwound strings. Orange gloss Emtech water-based lacquer. This is the first bass I built from scratch, and as usual for me, I couldn't just do something simple to start. I sourced a beat old SG-2 body and produced template sets based on that and modeled the neck on a Mustang bass footprint. A commission for Adam Heinzen, we tossed around ideas until he settled on "60s Japanese guitar meets late 60s Detroit muscle car," and I think I nailed it. Much love and respect to Tim at Sunday Handwound for a very smartly designed pickup set that really does give very distinct voices to each setting.