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I'm looking to buy a les paul but my limit is $600. What should I get? Thanks to all that make suggestions.
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either an epi custom or standard. the standard is less expensive so i went with that one.
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Quote by Mersky
what are agiles?


its a small brand name that makes LP copies, they are very cheap and I've heard very mixed reviews of them, I wasn't impressed by the two that I have played.
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Quote by Spanky209
Get an Agile.


+1

they're excellent guitars (not just for the money either) i'd say get a 3000 and put seymour duncans in it, if you don't like it, you can return it within 30 days and get your money back, but i'm pretty sure you wouldn't want to, (make sure to order it with a case), but honestly, i just love mine to death, i just wish it had higher output pickups..
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if i were you i'd stick with an epiphone....

never played an agile, but i know the elitists are great, and so are standards so i assume a custom would play good too...
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Agile are great guitars for the money, but if you want to get into their more serious instruments, you have too get a 3000+ model. The 2000, 2500 ad 2800 models are excellent guitars for the money and with a few upgrades can be make into really good guitars. But they're still starter guitars regardless. The contruction and materials on the 3000+ models if far superior.
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Well I've had my Epi LP Custom for a little over two years now and I absolutely love it. I highly recommend it.
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Quote by FRDesign
Agiles are made in China


Agiles are made in Korea.

And I would also go for an Edwards over Agile. However, remember that you'll be paying like $120 for shipping plus $100+ customs / brokerage fees ordering direcly from Japan, so that makes the guitar more expensive than the measly $549 it's listed as.
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