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  1. I've had this one bubbling under the surface for a few months and I've decided to hash it in with my degree study's CNC module. The design spec is a slab-bodied (no tummy cut, no forearm contour) P bass more or less in line with the design of a '51 P bass. Unlike '51 P basses this one is a 5-string with specific modernisations, however the visual presentation is to be as clean and '51 P bass-ish as possible. First of all, the CAD plan: Currently this plan shows that I designed in a Hipshot TransTone bridge however this will feature a vintage-style bridge instead. I feel that the
  2. From the album: Lumi Custom 1951-5 P-bass

    Mocking up the hardware and colour schemes helps me visualise the end product and tweak things before committing to wood.
  3. From the album: Lumi Custom 1951-5 P-bass

    CAD plan for my bass design derived from the classic '51 P bass.
  4. From the album: Lumi Custom 1951-5 P-bass

    Aptly dubbed "the Green Monster" by RestorationAD! This CNC is very old but very capable regardless. As of writing, the vacuum table is weak due to the pump being fairly well broken. By the time this project progresses it should be replaced or fixed, however if it isn't I guess I'll need to concoct some "clever" workholding.
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