It's a homemade small body J Bass that I made out of Malasian Rubberwood(AKA Malasian Oak) with a Maple neck and Rosewood finger board. I got the neck from GFS Factory Buyout Page and had little sanding to do on it. 34" scale. The body was a dinette chair seat pan. It was too small for the regular sized bass body so I used a old plywood Strat body as a template with a Tele shaped upper bout. The body was 1 &1/8" thick, so I added a 1/4" Red Oak panel to the top and back. The hardware and pickups are from GFS. Bone nut from Stewmac. I wasn't real happy with what I was getting so I tried wiring the pickups together in series That helped a lot, but I want some deep thud like the Gibson Thunderbird has. I want a minibucker style pickup for the neck. A CBG supplier has a Flatpup humbucker for 3/4/6 string guitars that have a 7k DCR. These pickups are really good and don't usually have any mudd to them. They use Neodymium magnets and the pickup mounts on top of the body, it's only 1/8 to 3/16" tall. all I have to do is drill a hole for the wires and pilot holes for the screws. So I'm going to give it a go.