It's slightly embarrassing to post this next to such phenomenal work, but here goes ...
This is my semi-abandoned WolfBud. I got it in 2005 as an unfinished, roughed-in neck and unconnected body "wings" from a 1978 Gretsch BST5000 that was abandoned when the Gretsch factory moved from NY (?) to Arkansas. It's a through-neck with alternating maple and walnut; the wings are walnut.
At the time I had no idea how to do a German route, so I filed the body into a Strat shape with a tummy cut and Wolfish horns. Here is "before" and "after"
I pretty much gave up on the project when, prior to drilling the bridge holes, I discovered that the scale length is actually 24.5." The neck profile is also very thin -- thinner even than a 60's Gibson profile. I tried to offset the flatness by rounding the shoulders into a very soft v.
The pups are spaced for a jackofroses pickup ring, which I picked up years ago with the Rosebud 5-way plate. I had planned a Dual Sound for the middle and two Super II's on the outside. The three holes are for three on-on-on switches, currently installed, with the pups, in a beater LP copy.
I should probably finish the project at some point. That's a good block of 32-year-old American black walnut, and maybe that carries its own obligation.