#1
I've heard nothing but positive things about Agile guitars and I'm thinking of getting one. My main concern is how well they hold tune as I play in C standard and they are relatively cheap guitars. I'm leaning towards the AL-2000/AL-3000 or the interceptor Pro 727. How do they hold up? Are the AL's even good for metal?
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#2
Agile Dauntless EMG Silverburst. I would personally go for that if you are into metal and lower tunings. just get it set up at a local store and it should be fine.
#4
Quote by ReinventingEvil
I've heard nothing but positive things about Agile guitars and I'm thinking of getting one. My main concern is how well they hold tune as I play in C standard and they are relatively cheap guitars. I'm leaning towards the AL-2000/AL-3000 or the interceptor Pro 727. How do they hold up? Are the AL's even good for metal?



Not cheap, they are value guitars lol. The 2000's are pretty muh on par with standard epi but cheaper, and the 300's are better for a little less. Great guitars overall.
Agile AL3000
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SX SR1 STD Plus
J&D Strat
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Sammick TR2
Douglas Draco
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#5
I have a dauntless with duncans and play in drop c fairly often (thrice, converge, black dahlia murder etc). Plays super well. I recommend.