Hi guys, I've got this acoustic guitar that someone pulled all the frets off and filled the grooves with something hard to dig out and it's bound, so cutting the fret slots again I'd have to cut through the glue/binding... I don't need another 6 string acoustic...an acoustic bass would be handy... I play a Tele bass usually... Has anyone converted one to be a Bass guitar?... I can fit a 32" scale with the steel bridge where it is in the pic.... I glued a block under that area inside to screw it into and strengthen that area... or I could take the saddles off that bridge and use it as a stop tail and get a floating bridge archtop style at a 30" scale.... I'm sure it would work as a fretless bass or when refretted to a bass scale.....with onboard pu/electronics... But? what about acoustically?.... which bridge configuration would make a better acoustic sound?... A floating bridge on the deck or just a bridge anchored at the back...? Any thoughts for/against would be appreciated...ta..