#1
I'm looking for a good quality 7 string and I'm think either one of these. I know one is a V and the other is a Super strat and I like both so don't get caught up with the body shape. I'm wondering which one sounds better? And is there any problems with either one being neck heavy? Also, I'm a gigging guitarist so which one is more durable and can take a beating? Also for recording, is there one that sounds better for it?
#2
I've got no direct experience with either, and certainly couldn't compare them, sorry.
You really want to try them in person to determine neck-heaviness, but I usually don't find either Vs nor superstrats have issues in that area.

I have no idea what "taking a beating" means with regard to gigging. Durability usually isn't an issue with most guitars, but I can tell you that a V is longer and has more parts sticking out waiting to get whacked by idiot bass players boinging around the stage. I have guitars that are specific to certain kinds of gigs, and among those, I have "bar guitars." These are far less expensive guitars (LP style) with solid bodies that can double as a defensive weapon . Since the stages (when there IS a stage) are smaller and lower than in some other venues, close interaction (often accidental) with inebriated humans, their body fluids and their adult beverages is possible.

You may want to consider a headless guitar (see the Carvin Vader 7 series) -- it's 10" shorter than most normal superstrats while retaining a full 25.5" scale (27" available) and 24 frets in a neck-through construction package that eliminates a lot of durability variables.
#3
Wabshburn Parallaxe are great guitars I have a PXM10 strat shape with the extended cutaway too many premium features to mention on an affordably priced guitar.

That V has Duncan's 18:1 Grover's ebony fretboard, graphite nut, that is a nice guitar for the price. Just be mindfull of the pointy ends on stage.
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