The EP7 is a Euphoria series acoustic/electric guitar model introduced by Ibanez in 2004. It is the flagship acoustic signature model for American guitarist Steve Vai. It was made in South Korea.
The EP7 features a thinline Florentine cutaway body shape with a quilted maple top, back and sides with a low gloss finish. The soundhole is oval with a brass rosette with Vai logos. It has a satin-finished mahogany neck with a 24-fret rosewood fingerboard with green pearl Tree of Life vine inlays. Components include an Ivorex II saddle in a rosewood bridge with ebony pins, an Ivorex II nut and satin gold Grover tuning machines. Electronics consist of a B-Band UST pickup connected to a B-Band A5 preamp with a 9V battery and ¼" endpin output.
1500 exemplars was made each one hand signed by Steve Vai.
The EP7 was discontinued after 2005 and replaced by the EP9.