Long post incoming! Hey guys, its been a long time since I've posted on here, maybe when I last got my Schecter KM-7, which I still really enjoy playing. I was thinking of swapping out the Nazgul in the bridge for an SD Pegasus. Anyways, I was window shopping for a new guitar, as many if us with GAS do, and stumbled upon the headless, preferably multi-scale 7 string guitar. I personally like the aethetics of them, and the bigger focus on ergonomics, and have found that there were a few that I was thinking about. I was just wanting to get everyone elses opinions on them, as I have not played any, nor have access to any of them either. The three guitars I was looking into were the Strandberg Boden OS7, Kiesel Vader VSM7, and Ormsby Goliath GTR 7. The Boden OS7 is the one that I aesthetically like the most, the Endureneck seems like a very cool concept for ergonomics, and the body shape and few pickup options are also appealing to me. And hey, if Plini uses one, they have to be pretty good. I have heard unfavorable reviews about the finish wearing much too quickly, and the Endureneck opinions being either love or hate. Also, the price seems to be unreasonable for a South Korean made guitar (~2000 USD). For the Kiesel, its made in the US (major plus for many), the base price is more affordable than the other two (though its very easy to drive up the price, a la Porsche), nearly millions of customization options, and uses a Hipshot bridge system and the neck through construction is a plus (nothing against Strandberg or Ormsby for their bolt-on necks). However, I personally am not a fan of the body shape, and for the specs that you actually want versus the specs you need, the difference is huge. The biggest thing to me against Carvin is the price. For the Ormsby, I quite like the body shape as well, they're priced around the VM7 and OS7, the fanning of the frets is more pronounced (for better or worse), and being a smaller company, they experiment with woods, finishes.etc. However, like the Boden, the instrument is assembled in South Korea and sent back to Australia, and shipped out from there. The quality I would guess, would not be up to snuff when compared to a brand like Kiesel. What are everyone's thoughts on these guitars? I'm still fairly new to 7's, and have no idea with headless guitars.