Apparently it is! And a damn good one too. (logo is actually abalone or pearl or something, but its washed out in the picture) I guess everyone knows the specs by now, Mayones Setius GTM7 left handed Mahogany body Mahogany neck Rosewood fingerboard Maple top 25.4" scale SD JB7/Jazz7 pickups coil tap on volume knob I didn't bother with a custom since the stock model is pretty much exactly what I'd order, apart from maybe an ebony board and a stupid finish. Plus it leaves me something to GAS for in the future. All I can say is it sounds and plays awesome. I was a bit worried it would sound too dark as my last seven string was an all-mahogany schecter that sounded really dull (probably dead tonewood) but this guitar sounds really balanced and clear. Also everyone seems to hate the JB7, but I think it sounds pretty good here. Not djenty, but clear and chuggy. Who knows, maybe my opinion of it will change the longer I have it. The Jazz7 neck pickup is also goddamn amazing sounding. I'm usually not a fan of neck pickups (probably because all my guitars have stock neck pickups). I usually find them farty and 'messy' sounding, but this one is super clear and articulate sounding. Great cleans too, which are even better when they're coil-split. The top is really beautiful, my iphone camera can't really capture the iridescence of the top and the mahogany on the back in the sunlight. Really the only thing I don't like so far is the shape of the truss-rod cover. I may just take it off. Also the strings feel like 9's and I prefer 10's for the heavy strings. I'll replace those when my new ones come in the mail. The action is also really low, a bit low for my tastes, actually. The low B, E, A strings buzz up to the 6th fret or so, so I may need to raise the nut or something (?). I may just crank the bridge up a little bit first, as thats a whole lot easier. Actually, that problem may solve itself when I put heavier strings on.