I have never owned a 7 string so I figured this would be a good start. Specs neck type: Wizard II-7 3pc Maple neck body: Basswood body fretboard: Rosewood fretboard w/White dot inlay fret: Jumbo frets bridge: Fixed bridge neck pu: QM-7 (H) neck pu (Passive/Ceramic) bridge pu: QM-7 (H) bridge pu (Passive/Ceramic) hardware color: Black Scale: 648mm/25.5" Width at Nut: 48mm Width at Last Fret: 68mm Thickness at 1st: 19mm Thickness at 12th: 21mm Radius: 400mmR Finish Excellent and not a flaw to be found. Pickups Very versatile Medium Output Midrange heavy Five way PU selector (Neck Hum, Parallel Neck Hum, Dual Hum, Split inner coils, Bridge Hum) Tuners Standard sealed Good ratio Quality is very good Bridge Fixed Standard Fender style block saddles Quality is very good String through body The only thing that I was not to happy with was the sharp tall saddle screws digging into my palm. After modifying each and every screw so it sits just below the saddle after a setup resulted in a super comfortable bridge. Neck Kind of a flat C shape "ish" Natural finish back Inlays are not a bright white Small side fret markers AANJ (All Access Neck Joint) Truss Rod Easy access truss rod cover No screwdriver needed My opinion overall of this guitar is a good one. I paid $450 CDN brand new with a pro setup from the retailer I bought it from. I was surprised how easy it was to adjust to the added girth of the neck. I'm really impressed with this RG7421WH I would highly recommend it for anyone looking to get started on a 7 string with a budget of $400-$500. Killer guitar...I mean killer for just over $400.