In this work, we report electrical characterization FinFET devices with 29nm-pitch fins patterned using a technique called tone inverted grapho-epitaxy (TIGER). We use a topographic template to direct the self-assembly of block copolymers (BCP) to form small area gratings that are self-aligned to the template. After a tone-inversion operation, blocks of defect free SOI fins bounded by self-aligned exclude regions are formed with the spacing determined by the template line width (LW). This self-aligned customization enables further definition of the active region for FinFETs. Process window and design implications for directed self-assembly (DSA) with TIGER are also discussed.