Have had this a while, worth a post as I haven't seen anyone really review one of these. This is a LTD BUZ-7, the Buz McGrath signature. I think Unearth is great, but really bought this because of the specs. It's an alder body with a quilted maple top, transparent black finish. It's pretty dark, you probably wouldn't notice the quilt unless you held it up to light. Bridge is a floating Floyd-1000 unit. No complaints. One push-pull volume pot for the Fishman Fluence voicing switch, no tone. 3 way toggle. The neck is ESP's "thin U" shape made from 5 pieces of maple + thin strips of walnut. Neck-thru body construction. Very slim neck, noticeably slimmer than my 90's Ibanez RG7620 (which has a great neck BTW). The gloss paint on the body transitions to satin on the neck. Feels great. The body is super thin, so they routed the output jack through on the backside. Even with the thinness, however, this isn't a particularly light guitar. They even throw in some quilt on the headstock, and the LTD logo is the cool block letter variety. Buz's sig on the backside if you're into that kind of thing. Fretwork - is great! No pointy bits, no buzzing, low action, very shiny and polished on arrival. Ebony board is mildly streaky but I am not about the ebony purity lifestyle. It's a nice board. Offset dot inlays on the top side only. I added Dimarzio strap locks, and I swapped the OEM Stephen Carpenter Fluence set for Moderns. The SRC pickups were bananas, didn't really jive with me. The moderns are much more agreeable to my ears. Overall, this is a highly decent import, and I probably play it the most out of my guitars at the moment. It sounds great, it's comfy, and it plays super easy. I haven't found any blemishes or evidence of bad QC, and I've had it for probably 8 months.