Agile guitars

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  1. RiverRatt

    RiverRatt Well-Known Member VIP Member

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    Didn't Alex Lifeson already do that?
     
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    I believe Neil Schon's was first.:hmm:
     
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    I think Gibson should take a good look at the pricing and quality of gear that's make in Asia.
    ..........they probably have anyway.

    Agile makes a VERY good cost effective product.:slash:
     
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    chiliphil1 Well-Known Member

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    I am seriously looking at getting a couple of these guitars. They have 2 that I really like, one is the ad-3001, I think. It is an LP style double cutaway and the other is a super strat, string through with ebony board, emg's, and a 27" scale.. The first one is $400 and the second $500.. Maybe one day I will buy them and see whats it's about. The other guitar player in my band had one and he liked it, says he would definitely buy another.
     
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    Not so much the historic thing though. He put the knobs in the wrong place and added a few other personal touches.
     
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    I mentioned on the prior page having 6, one of which I was waiting for when I posted the pics. The pics offered at the Rondo site for Agile guitars are stock pics, and not the actual guitar you'll receive. Kurt has a very lenient return policy if your not satisfied for any reason, including not being happy with the finish.

    I should have mentioned in my prior post that I have 32 guitars in my collection including Gibsons, Fenders, Ibanez, Jackson, Martin and others. I started playing in 64' which means I've seen my fair share of guitars, both good and bad. I'm just saying, imo, that these are a great guitars for the cost. Six out of thirtytwo are Agiles.

    This one has active EMG pups, neck through, ebony fb, and a finish that was far nicer than the stock pics for this model. Also sounds good to my ears.
    Cheers, J



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