this is kind of a follow up on my NGD on the HT7 Pro. I got this a while ago now but wanted to make sure its good enough. I really enjoyed the seven stringed version of it, but I was constantly on the fence with it. It was in its original box tree times before and I just wanted it to go at some point. After the initial little faults got taken care of, the action wasn't even that low but it buzzed so much that I heard it through the amp.... so it went back. Maybe the scale length being unusual to me also but me off. But - I'm glad I sent it back. (btw, the issue was the neck having no relief and no more truss rod adjustment was possible to fix it, heavier strings was not an option to me since I already had pretty heavy ones on there to try and fix it) I've decided to take a bit of a break of sevens for now since I can always play the seven string schecter that the drummer of my band has and pretty much never plays. Even though it went back, I absolutely love how it looks (except the gloss finish), the shaping, the neck profile and feel, the ebony board and the pickups. That's why I decided to go with the six string version of it. Wow, totally blown away. It's so nice and perfectly set up.... no scratchy pots, perfectly smooth and polished frets, no fret ends sticking out at all. The Neck feels just right to me (so smooth and fast) and everything is specced like I'd spec my custom guitar if I were to order one from any custom shop. It plays and sounds just amazing. Resonates very nicely. Its setup with 11-56 for drop C and it can go a bit lower and cover some basic seven string material too, and it sounds way better than the seven string I had in that tuning (B standard). I might get a BKP Juggernaut for the bridge later down the road, but so far it's been great. Overall: I'm finally happy! It feels like it should have felt the first time I got the Jackson Juggernaut. PS: this is not hating the HT7, I simply received a bad one.