#1
Okie Dokie
I'm thinking of buying an Agile AL 3000 Rootbeer http://www.rondomusic.net/al-3000rootbeer.html
so I'm looking at it and HOLY CRAP it weighs 10 pounds... I've only been playing for 1 and 1/2 years so I'm not sure how heavy that is for a guitar. Is that normal weight for LP and LP copies. It just seems like a lot, and finally I'm wondering if the weight would get to me after playing for a while (standing up duhhh)

yeah thats it probly a question where you can go
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#2
yeah, 10lbs is alot even for an LP.

depends on ur frame tho.
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#3
if you always stand up when you're playin it, you should be able to get used to the weight being on your shoulders.... you could also get a padded strap, it should help make the guitar feel comfortable. I play with an LP and it weighs more or less the same and I'm only about 5'5 and 144 pounds. so yeah it shouldn't bother you after a while
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#4
ok well im one of the scrawny tall 14 year old kids so well see how it goes
thanks for the help
#5
i just weighed by cheapo squier strat and that thing weighs 8.5 pounds, so I think ill be able to handle a 10 pound guitar.
#6
Try some guitars in stores and see how much they weigh. That's the best comparison you'll get.
#7
man i guess im lucky im a big dude.

I played a ESP Explorer at 12.5 lbs man amazing like perfect for me
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