I wanted to make a larger version of my last build which was my interpretation of a Vox Shadow. I really liked the way it came out, but realistically it's a small beginner guitar like many others from the 1960's. I also wanted to modify some of the details which I thought could be improved. Here is the original thread. https://www.tdpri.com/threads/1963-vox-shadow-inspired-budget-build.952604/ I decided after the fact that the peghead could be shortened up and given a bit more interest. I wanted a switch in there. I wanted a real bridge, but not a Gibson tunematic copy. I wanted a thicker and larger body. I kept the Gibson scale. The body went from 1-1/16 thick to 1-1/2" thick. The body was increased in area proportionally to the increase from a 14 fret joint to a 16 fret joint. Now it's more in line with what I kind of like in a single cutaway guitar. This is what materialized.