#2
Eh, if you're gonna get Les Paul clone, either get an Epiphone or get a look-alike from some other brand, like the Dean, Ibanez, or a Schecter.
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#3
Every person who owns an AL that I've seen has nothing but good things to say about them.The quality is supposedly great for what you pay.

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#4
I hear alot of praise for Agile's on UG.
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#6
Quote by slashe50
Eh, if you're gonna get Les Paul clone, either get an Epiphone or get a look-alike from some other brand, like the Dean, Ibanez, or a Schecter.

And what's the basis for that statement?

Agiles are great. Amazing for the price.
#7
From what I am finding these are better than the Epiphone guitars of the same price. I owned an Epiphone SG once and I wasn't really impressed.
I would like to get the AL-2500 I think. I saw a nice looking one in Tribal Green that I liked.

http://www.rondomusic.com/al2500tribalgreen.html

If I did get one I would most likely change out the pickups for an EMG 81/85 combo. can't go wrong with that, right?
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