#1
So, I'm going to buy a cheap Les Paul copy as seen above. I've seen those Agile guitars. They don't look too bad, but can't find a trustworthy website to buy one from. Any other guitar companies make a decent copy for less than $500?

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#3
less than $500? what about epiphone?
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#4
epiphone?

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Personally Id recommend 'vintage' theyre cheaper than epiphone and as good quality.
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Personally Id recommend 'vintage' theyre cheaper than epiphone and as good quality.

+1

Check out the V100 series
#9
#1. Is RondoMusic trustworthy?
#2. SilverChairFan, I just bought a new car and moved apartments. I have no money, and I want something I could throw on the ground two stories below and not be physically able to care less. But I see your point.
#3. To you Epiphone suggestees, I'm looking for one cheap that's set-neck. The cheaper Epi's are bolt-on. But thanks for the suggestion.
#10
rondomusic is a really trustworthy site, they have awesome customer service. and i'm pretty sure it's the only place to get agiles.
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#11
Ok. Thanks. I was suggested Agile's on YouTube and they didn't seem bad, but couldn't find a site I consider trustworthy that sold them. Didn't know about Rondo. So, thanks much.
#12
I've ordered from Rondomusic 3 times, and each time the guitars were of great quality, and the costumer service is beyond great.
#13
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Personally Id recommend 'vintage' theyre cheaper than epiphone and as good quality.

+1

You can also look at Ibanez ART guitars, the ART 300 (400$) is considerably better than the 300$ Vintages I played, though I'm not a fan of it's active pickups. Vintage also makes an 'Advanced' series. I have not played those yet, but they're probably worth a look.

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#3. To you Epiphone suggestees, I'm looking for one cheap that's set-neck. The cheaper Epi's are bolt-on. But thanks for the suggestion.

Actually, the Epi Studio and Standard have set necks, but they don't compare to equally priced Ibanez and Vintage guitars anyway.
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Vintage also makes an 'Advanced' series. I have not played those yet, but they're probably worth a look.
I managed to get my hands on one of the Advance-series LPs they make, the thumbcut is genius. Apart from the thumbcut though, I didn't find it felt any different to the V100's. Certainly sounded the same.
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