Finally got my Space 7 from Russia. Ahhhhhhhhhh! Holy crap. I was speechless for awhile just looking at it. Couldn't even play it. I gave it some time to acclimate, a little over 24 hours, then some tweaking. What to say about it...to start, every inch is like a work of art. The level of detail in this build is unbelievable. I cannot find a single flaw anywhere. The severe hand carved lines along the edges of the cutaways, the way the binding tapers to those edges, it's just beautiful, and better in person as opposed to the photos I saw. The pickup covers matching the pale moon ebony board, gd man! Tight joints too. Very very tight. I can't praise Simon enough for his craftsmanship. Playing. I'm laughing as I write, this is just one of the best sounding and playing instruments I've ever come across. The metal is ruthless. The cleans are deep, clear and somehow woody and organic. The neck plays perfectly and is very consistent with not the smallest issue. I know there is a lot of back and forth that wood doesn't influence the sound on an electric guitar. If that's true, these have to be the best pickups ever made. Personally I think there is an influence from the materials overall combined with the electronics. Never heard a guitar sound like this. Here are some of the specs and some photos. 26.6" Scale, White Ash Body, Birdseye Maple Top, Pale Moon Ebony Fretboard, 7 Piece Maple\Walnut Neck, Fokin Uppercut Pickups, Hipshot Griplock Tuners, Hipshot Bridge.