Since there isn't really a group where this fits, I'm posting it as a discussion...
In the Spring I built a 3 string, fretless Baritone CBG for a client and I liked it so much that I had to do one for myself. But, to be "Wichita-sized" it had to be 4 strings and fretted.
Here's the basic stats. 28 inch scale length, mahogany neck, maple fretboard, P-Bass pups, tone/volume control, Padron CB and a tailpiece from a vintage parlor guitar
Headstock is a totally "one off" shape to accomodate 4 black gotoch tuners. The mahogany neck is mostly hidden under birch headstock medallions and a highly figured fretboard
More of that highly figured maple fretboard, with guitar pic position markers...
Building on the box bottom gave me an expanse of beautiful wood, so why cut it up? Holes for the pups and the bolt on neck. A painted black bolt bridge and the vintage tailpiece finishes off an understated Baritone CBG.
Strings? 65, 56, 44 and 32 Tuning either BEAD or low "Open B".... It gives the low sexy sound that Barry White would appreciate.... it also makes the ex Bass player in me very comfortable...
More pics and descriptions in the slide show, but I gotta tell you, this Baritone CBG is comfortable on red velvet under blue light.
Thanks for looking,