Ahoy hoy. I took ownership of two Kiesel Vader 6 guitars which I love and wanted to share some pics. Maple Neck/Alder Body Plain maple top Satin Matte Finish in Seafoam Green 5 piece maple neck w/ purple heart stripes Zebrawood fretboard Kiesel K12B and N Passive Pickups The 7 string is 27" scale. The 6 string is standard. There were two things I wanted to achieve with these builds. Firstly, This has been my first foray into headless guitars or anything outside of a 'standard' look. I've never gone for exotic wood, multi scales etc so I wanted to combine the cool 'modern' look of a Vader with a timeless, classic finish. I like the juxtaposition of seafoam green with the Vader design. The only deviation from that 'classic' look for me was the Zebrawood fretboard, simply because I was genuinely curious as to how it feels. My initial assumptions I think are right; it's very much an ideal middle ground between maple and rosewood. Plus the wood grain just looks really nice! Secondly, I've ALWAYS wanted a matching 6 and 7 string guitar. I've always had one of each at some point of my career and always felt a bit frustrated at dealing with wildly different designs, wood type, pickups etc. I love the fact that these both feel, play and sound VERY similar. I can just pick up and switch guitars when I want, without too much fuss or bother with tone. Anywho, full disclaimer, I am a Kiesel Artist and simply wanted to share my new babies and why I chose the specs I have. Thanks for reading!