The elongated upper horn of the Esprit NTVII enhances the balance of the instrument for both standing and sitting positions. Its large double-cutaways allow total access to the upper register. The neck-through design is a 7-piece construction, primarily of Rock Maple for stability with three Walnut stringers. The string spacing is wide and the scale lengths are optimal for each string configuration. The pickups are strategically placed for both slapping and fingerstyle techniques. The electronics are configured to provide maximum versatility within a simple and unobtrusive layout.

The combination of a Honduras Mahogany body core, Rock Maple neck, and an Ebony fingerboard provides a rich sonic spectrum with exceptionally defined lows, mids and highs. A Birdseye Maple fingerboard is optional for a brighter slap tone, or a Rosewood fingerboard may be used for a warmer tone. You may custom tailor the sonic quality of your instrument by your selection of exotic cap woods. An upcharge for certain exotic woods may be necessary based on their current market cost.