#1
Hey guys!

I'm looking for some demo videos/reviews on the Agile Septor Elite 625 EB EMG - I'm looking at either picking this up or the Hellraiser C1. They are both beautiful guitars and I really like the ebony on the Septor so I'm leaning towards that but its sad that I can't actually go to a shop and pick one up to test her out.

So if you have audio clips, videos, your own reviews or have better google fu than I do and want to try and find any, please share them! I'd greatly appreciate it.


Thanks!
#2
I have heared good stuff about Agile and their guitars, and I want to buy a Interceptor Pro 727 myself... Still I don't really like the idea of spending near $1000 on something I haven't tried.
Still, there is much videos at youtube, and you might know someone that have that guitar that you could visit.
#3
They're both quite good. The septor is likely to have a flatter neck than the Schecter and it'll be a bit brighter due to the maple neck.
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#4
Yah, I just wish this specific model had more publicity would love to hear/see it in action!
#5
To be honest they'll be pretty similar guitars. Both are made in Korea and have EMG pickups... like oneblackened said, the maple neck on the septor probably sounds a bit brighter as opposed to the mahogany neck on the C1.

If I had to pick between the two, I'd take the Agile because I despise the necks on the Hellraiser series with a passion. Sticky as a mo fo.

Honestly though, I've never been that impressed by Agile. I played a baritone 6 string that was average, and I played an 8 string interceptor that I was really disappointed by.