It's here after 10 months. I picked up my new 7 string Sei fretless on Wednesday afternoon and gave it it's first practice last night. It is awsome. First impressions are the build quality is perfect and so far I can see no build faults at all [not that I expected any]. When I plugged it in the first thing I noticed was the Mwahhh which was massive followed by loads of sustain. It is suprisingly light in weight and has no neck dive at all. The neck is really quick and very easy to move around on. I am still trying to get to grips with the huge range of sounds so it will probably be a few weeks before I really find out all that it can do. First live playing this Sunday evening which should be fun. To say I am pleased with it is an understatement, Martin Petersen has excelled himself, but I suppose I am a little biased. Specs are Sei flamboyant 7 string fretless 34 inch scale Swamp ash body Buckeye burl facings on body and head Flamed maple and wenge neck Ebony board with black stained sycamore fretlines Bart G6's Schack 3 band 18v eq ABM individual bridges with Piezo's and a custom John East 2 band circuit LED's on side and on inlay in headstock Abalone fish inlay at bass of fretboard Inlay on back cover of 3000 year old bog oak!! Gold hardware Jack + XLR balanced DI socket [with thanks to Pete Stevens at Wal for letting me have one of his sockets put into this bass} Pics will follow!!