Short review, I guess. Got home from school today, and there it was in a box. Hurrah! Features-9.5 Copied from Schecter Guitar Research CONSTRUCTION/SCALE: Set-neck w/ Ultra Access / 26.5 BODY: Mahogany NECK/FINGERBOARD: Maple/Rosewood FRETS: 24 X-Jumbo INLAYS: Black Pearl Dots PICKUPS: Seymour Duncan JB / 59 ELECTRONICS: Vol/Tone/5-Way BRIDGE: TonePros TOM w/ Thru-body BINDING: Multi-Ply TUNERS: Grover HARDWARE: Black Chrome COLOR: Gloss Black (BLK) In the future, I want to add cream colored rings around the humbuckers LP style. Very nice looking guitar, easy to play. 9.5 becuase of some difficulty of reaching the higher frets on the lower strings. Sound-10 Excellent tone. I play through a Line6 Douverb with 4 channels. I have a vintage sound for my clean which sounded very gainy through the Tonezone p'up on my tele, and through the bridge pickup, it sounded good. On the C-7, the tone is excellent on the clean channel. No gainy sound. The distorted channels sound a bit mushy, but that might just be my amp. I'll have my dad try it through his MTS and see what he thinks about it. Action-8 Like I said earlier, acces to the upper frets on the D down is hard. but otherwise, good action. Customer Support-10 I finally found it on ZZounds after looking for a while on various other site for one. I ordered it on last Thursday, and it got here on Monday, which is today. Good service, I would say. Overall Impression-10 I would highly reccomend this guitar to any people who aren't interesting in dealing with the hassle that comes with a tremalo(sp?). Good guitrar for the price($599 on ZZounds). The Diamond Seriers Case is good as well. It's molded to fit the guitar. This will be a great \m/ comrad for my tele and any other future guitars. I'll post pics here tonight.