Here is my Aristides 070 7 string.
This is in their Dutch Orange color with the BKP Juggernaut set (with Chrome Covers to match the hardware)
This guitar is very interesting in that it is a one piece design and made with Arium, Glass Fiber and Carbon Fiber as opposed to wood. In fact the fretboard is the only part of the guitar that is wood, and in this case it is Ebony.
Arium is a man made material that they believe acts as a "super wood" of sorts.
I don't really know how all this is supposed to work with the tone, but I do know that this guitar sounds great! It is acoustically very loud, which I usually associate with chambered or semi-hollow guitars, but it has rather substantial weight, so it sits on your like a solid body guitar, and doesn't seem to have the feedback issues associated with those guitars.
With the Juggs installed, it is incredibly even across the fretboard, chords ring out superbly with every note intact. It's definitely a brighter guitar than most of my other 7s, but is not lacking in low mids, and it's not harsh either.
Despite the fact that on heavy tones it has a lot of attack, it's actually well rounded on clean and mid gain tones which I was not expecting. I have to say that since I got my Jackson Custom 7s I have become a fan of the 26.5 inch scale, so that is well appreciated on this guitar:
Anyways, onto pics:
And here are the specs:
Aristides 070 Black BKP Special Electric Guitar | Aristides
(the only differences being the Dutch Orange color, and my D'Addario 11-52 + 64 set for my Drop Ab tuning)
More pics of that chair, it looks comfortable!