Ok, I'll put up the story here LOL!!!!!
About 12 years ago, as a little boy, who was real bored, I bought a big ole slab of cherry wood. I took a guitar I had, and traced the shape, did a lot of "guesstimating" and started sawing. I had no clue about building a guitar LOL.
I lost interest after I'd roughed the radius shape and routed for the neck and pickups (mostly due to lack of a neck, and lack of money)
So, there it sat for years, then Tom was looking for a body, I don't remember what he was looking for, I said, you pay the shipping, the body is yours, you can finish it, chuck it, burn it, I don't care. Now Scott has it. The bridge was never mounted, and electronics cavities were never done, the neck pocket and pickup routes weren't the cleanest by any stretch, but I think they're accurate, maybe not, like I say, it was free body that COULD be used. so, I'd really like to see it done one day.
Having said that, DON"T PUT A SOLID COLOR ON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
finish it like i had planned, it was going to be a natural oil finish.