#1
should i get an epiphone les paul standard at the store for $500 or a agile al-300 csb for $439 shipped?

*can you pay rondo with a bank crad? i dont have a credit card.
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#2
Agile. Much better guitar for the price. I love mine and it outperforms every Epi I ever played except the Elitist models.

I believe you can bank wire the money to Rondo's. You could also use money orders. If anything just contact Kurt and he can tell you what to do.
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#3
the epi. or save up for a real gibson. they have good faded models i believe starting at 800 or so
#4
i dont know if i can because i dont have a credit card.
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#5
personally id say the les paul.its not as good as the gibson but hey its a good guitar and its purty cheap.
#6
A debit card should work the same as a credit card, I've used one with Rondo in the past and had no problems with payment.

And yeah, Agiles are a much better deal than Epi's. And are you thinking the AL-3000M? Because the standard 3000 shouldn't cost as much as you said shipped unless of course you are outside of the US. And another thing, its a good idea to buy a case if you go the Agile route to prevent shipping damage.
#7
Agile.

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#8
yeah im in canada
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#10
agile al 3100 rootbeer is the one i want now
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#11
epi, mine is amazing
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#12
epi
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#13
epi would be WAY easier for me to get... and i could go used save a hundred
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#16
Agile all the way. Being an Epiphone owner, and having used 3 of them, I MUST advise you to avoid Epis if you're really going to use that guitar everyday for a long time, or you'll end up like me.
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#17
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i dunno about canada, but those are impossible to get in the US unless through ebay.
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#18
Get a relatively new used Epiphone.
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