Howdy, I'm starting a bass project (It's not a scratch build but I'm slowly working towards that) I currently play a Westone Thunder III bass: But despite being a fantastic studio bass it's really quite heavy for playing live. I'm thinking I'll just go for a simple P-bass, maybe wind my own pickups for it, have a go at getting that classic sound. I managed to score a decent 2-piece alder body on eBay. The body has been CNC'ed and was reduced due to two small knots on the rear side. This is fine as I'm planning a solid finish anyway. It also hasn't had the edge rounded over or the belly/arm rest contours done, so this gives me a good opportunity to do a bit of woodwork whilst knowing that all the difficult stuff has already been done (less for me to bugger up!) I'm thinking I'll start by chucking a roundover bit in my drill press and have a go at the edges but I'm not quite sure what size bit to go for. Any thoughts? Any advice on stupid mistakes to avoid would also be greatly appreciated.