Hi everyone, not sure if I've posted the picture correctly, but here goes anyway. This is a 7 string which I built about 6 years ago, before they were quite so popular, just thought you might like a look.
Bound mahogany body with 5A quilted maple top - the shape is kind of a cross between a tele and an EVH musicman,
Bound 24 fret maple neck with ebony board and quilted maple headstock (tilted back like an Ibanez - not straight like a fender),
2 custom built Kent Armstrong humbuckers, each coil tapped by the volume and tone controls,
Mother of pearl scratchplate (soon to be replaced with mirror, I think),
Built in Roland Gk2-A synth pickup (on the top 6 strings), with switch and volume. It has a jack output and the synth pickup output,
Strat style fixed bridge strung through the body, and locking machineheads.
I built all of it myself apart from the fretboard which I bought pre-radiused and slotted. Even though I say so myself it is a lovely guitar, the neck is thinner round the back than my RG7620, and has stayed perfect so far - no movement in 6 years. It actually feels quite similar to my Ibanez 7's to play, and the synth is a laugh.
Anyway, now I've found the awesome jemsite and found others who share my love for all things 7 I thought you all might like a look - sorry the picture isn't very good, I may try to take some with the digital camera and upload them aswell (and the pics of my homemade blue and white swirl 7420 when it's finished).