#1
Ok, I'm getting a new guitar soon, and I came across a Agile AL-2000 Blue Flame. I think it looks nasty, but I also like the Epiphone SG 400 Vintage, and they're the same price. What should I get, I'm kind of leaning towards the Agile. The other problem I have is that I don't want to buy it online, because I wanna play it first. Where can you buy an Agile in stores? Thanks
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#2
Get an RG by Ibanez. One of the 80s ones with the Wizard I necks. You'll thank yourself for buying it.
#3
You can't buy Agile's in stores unless they are used or something. If you must play i first get the G-400. If not go for the Agile they are nice guitars for the money. If you hate it you can always send it back since Kurt is such a great person.
-Denny
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#4
if you don't like the blue flame, wait till the end of April. Kurt has said he hopes to have a variety of colors of the AL-2000.
"There but for fortune go you or I"- Phil Ochs
#5
I'm gonna sound liek a huge noob, so just bear with me...who's this Kurt? Because I've never dealed with Agiles before, so yeah
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#6
Kurt is the owner of Rondo Music, the store that sells Agile, SX, Douglas, and Brice guitars.
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#7
Kurt is. How can I say this. Kurt is the man. He owns Rondo's and has some of the best CS on the net.
-Denny
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#8
It seems for the money Agile makes some pretty choice gear. I have yet to play one but judging by the finishes and overall looks they look well worth the money.
#9
Agile makes great guitars for the money. But that is all up to opinion. Of the few that I have played I liked for the most part. for their price you could buy one and spend whatever extra you save on misc upgrades for the guitar ie new pups, strap locks, etc.
-Denny
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#10
If I could, I would buy one of every model they sell.
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#11
Quote by OsirisProtocol
Kurt is. How can I say this. Kurt is the man. He owns Rondo's and has some of the best CS on the net.

Best counter-strike? Like...headshot?
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#12
Quote by Made Of Metal
if you don't like the blue flame, wait till the end of April. Kurt has said he hopes to have a variety of colors of the AL-2000.


He meant the good kind of nasty.
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#13
Quote by Useful_Idiot16
Best counter-strike? Like...headshot?


CS = Customer Service lol.
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#14
If you already have an Epiphone Les Paul, I'd say not to bother with the AL-2000 and get at least an AL-3000. It's $360, but a damn kickass guitar for the $360 too. You'll get a lot more bang out of that than you will with a starter instrument.
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#15
^ but that depends on what model of Epi he has. Even the AL-2000 is light years ahead of the Epis in that price range.
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