Greetings! I have just finished my original guitar design and wanted to share. I appreciate any suggestions and I hope to improve on it in future builds. As a big fan of Leo Fender, one of the main design consideration was to simplify the shape so that i could minimise having to sand inside tight concave curves. I hate sanding in the tight concave curves and I was imagining myself designing a production guitar so one of the priority was to make industrial production simple (I think Leo must have thought that way in his design process as well) So bolt on necks and flat tops and locally available timber (New Guinea Rosewood is readily available in Australia and is sustainable and quite affordable as well) luckily for me, this was free. My carpenter neighbour couldn't use figured timber in his project so gave me some boards It has 25.5 scale neck Wilkinson wraparound bridge and pickups, Timber is New Guinea Rosewood and birds-eye maple. The neck is angled at about 1.6 degrees. The guitar weighs average and quite loud and resonant when strummed unplugged as well. Tuners are DAddario auto trimming locking tuners. I love these tuners!