First of all,its my honor that bass players and builders are talking about my bass.
In the end of the build i will thank all the people that helped me with this,because behind of this build,are so many great guys hidden,who helped me with their knowledge
I will see if i can edit the earlier posts and upload again the pictures.
This bass,actually,is not an ergonomic bass.
The 2 main reasons,are dimensions and weight.
If a person need ergonomic bass,he must look for max 30" scale.The smaller the scale,the smaller the frets,and easier to play
This bass because of the bigger scale,have more wood than a common bass guitar and that means it weights more.
I will try to make 36mm body thickness to lose weight.
I am not a luthier,just a DIYer.
In the beginning,i wanted to build a multiscale.Also a headless.So,i make the decision to build a multiscale-headless.
From my previous 40" build,i know that if a bass be longer than 40",the wrist on the left hand is gonna be i difficult position.So it must be torzal neck.
I choose to put all these in one single build,just for the fun and the challenge to see if i can make it.
There are still things that i didn't know how i will do,but as the build is going on,i see what it will be nice or good,and do it.
Tha playing positions are these at the pictures.The neck is angled,but there is nothing to rest the right hand like the normal basses,which i like,but there are so many players,that don't rest their right hand on the bass