#1
What are some good les paul copies, ive heard agile's are alright but ive also heard really good things about the burny lp, but i cant find it for sale anywhere

thanks
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#5
From my experience with Agiles they are pretty decent guitars for the money. They are definately workhorses for any practice you want to do and with a few key upgrades they are definately giggable. I plan on getting one myself soon if I can get a new job.

I have been hearing alot about Tokai myself. Not to jack your thread vinesman2 but does anyone have any online sites where I can get a Tokai in the US other then Ebay. I am just looking for prices of their LP's and mabye SG's.
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#6
tokai completely owns!!!!

epi les paul custom is probably a distant second.

if i were to buy another guitar id buy a tokai.

and i have a american standard strat
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#9
Tokai got sued by Gibson, you'll have to go used.
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#10
Epiphones are damned good guitars, buth I wouldn't exactley call them copies. From what I've heard, some of Orville's guitars are actually better than Gibson's. Of course, I'm assuming you're looking into a copy because your cheap or poor, in eith case, Orville won't do the trick. I'd go with Epiphone personally. My first guitar was a $150 Epiphone Les Paul and it is more than good enough for me.
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#11
Ebay search the word lawsuit in electric guitar, those will probably good. But I suggest going to a music shop and playing every guitar.
#13
guitar emporium where i live have a whole wall of them
" the lick is simply a diminished harmonic minor arpeggiated sequence of dominant stitonics descending down in whole steps in the Phrygian mode...with a raised fourth.
#14
If you can pick up a 70's Tokai, they are actually better made than Gibsons
#15
oh also, fender tried to sue tokai, but failed and because they are so good, fender actually bought them over and now they make american fenders. for an example fo the quality.
" the lick is simply a diminished harmonic minor arpeggiated sequence of dominant stitonics descending down in whole steps in the Phrygian mode...with a raised fourth.
#16
In a shop in my capital city, they hang a 70s Tokai Les Paul next to a PRS Singlecut !!!!
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#17
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oh also, fender tried to sue tokai, but failed and because they are so good, fender actually bought them over and now they make american fenders. for an example fo the quality.



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