I am someone who needs a creative outlet. I often play fingerstyle (and choose the neck pickup when I do and play it clean). So this would be a pretty niche guitar, but one I'd play a lot. Warmoth Jazzmaster body and 24.75" scale length neck (9.5" radius) made out of roasted maple. Because I just tend to be more comfortable with the 24.75" scale. Bigsby (because I don't have any guitar with vibrato) and single neck pickup (Mojo UK gold foil or Lollar). I have tried JM trems and Bigsbys at GC and prefer the Bigsby feel. Warmoth body is routed for JM, but there is a Vibromate adapter. Floating bridge (Tru-Arc Serpentune on a floating base -- their stud bases are set up for TOM spacing). After reading tons about Mustang bridges, Mastery's, hard to find Staytrems, the Tru-Arc may be the winner. I generally hate the idea of reliced guitars, but I bought a beat up 1980 Les Paul Firebrand and love it. I'd ideally lightly sandblast the body and then stain it medium brown (or Wudtone dark amber). I don't want to relic it, but I'd like it to look like time-worn without overt aging. Tone and bass-contour and maybe a Jazzmaster tone shift circuit (so I can use 500k pots). Any suggestions?