Legator N7FOD-EB 25.5″-27″ Multi Scale 7 string Mahogany Body , Buckeye top 5pc Mahogany/Maple Neck, Ebony FB Injection Molded Graphite Nut Grover Tuners (I upgraded to locking tuners) Custom Passive Alnico V 14″ radius 3 way toggle switch , Master Volume I recently received my new Ninja 7 string, and I am very impressed. The further back you go, the more horror stories you can find about Legator Guitars, and a long list of unhappy customers. That seems to be changing slowly but surely. Even through the negative reviews, a lot of them talk about how great the neck is, which is one of the main things that caught my eye. Another thing I noticed was a lot of the poor reviews were of the B stock or $300-$400 range. With more good reviews coming out, and a good sale going on, I figured I would roll the dice before they sold out. I could not be happier with it. I am a fan of this body style from a couple of companies, so I think it looks awesome. Other than one or two small glue spots that rubbed out, and the s/n tag a little off, I have not found any cosmetic blemishes. The monorail bride that comes on it is great. It came out of the box set up with low action that did not buzzl or fret out. The neck really does live up to the hype! The closest thing I have found to compare it to is my Schecter Banshee 8. The neck is thin, with the curve of the neck small enough that it almost feels flat. Very comfortable. The multi scale didn't take long to get used to at all. It is only a 1.5" difference. The locking tuners are holding up great so I dont think I will have to worry about the tuning issue I have seen in past reviews. It is a *reversed?* In-line 7 headstock, with the 7th string being the longest. I have a 6 string Schecter that is set up like this and I really like it. It seems to add just enough tension to the lower strings, which allowed me to drop to a lighter string gauge. The Legator pickups are pretty damn good for stock pickups. They tuned up nice for my heavy tone, and cleaned up pretty good for a light distortion clean tone. Another thing that stands out is how light the guitar is, without feeling cheap. All in all I think it is a great guitar, especially for the sale price I was able to pick it up for. I am sold on Legator, and plan on buying another one in the future after the new pickups have been out. Hopefully the quality control issue continues to get more reliable because I like what they are doing as a company.