#1
What's the difference between Epiphone Les Paul Standard ($399) and Epiphone B Stock Les Paul ($299), as well as the LP-100 ($199)
#2
The Standards are very nice. The B-Stocks are the same but refurbished. We shall flame you if you go with the 3rd option...
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#3
Oh, and also let me take this opportunity to ask of you all of your opinion on the Agile LP copies.

EDIT: Epi LP Studio too!
#4
Agile's are amazing. For the price, you can't go wrong. I decided against getting one for now because I just found something a bit more my style in town. If you were to get one in that price range I'd suggest the 3100 in a flash. They are heavy, but their LP copies so its expected. As for the LP Studio, its the same as the Gibson Studios. They don't seem well liked at all.
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#5
I'd recommend the standards in a heartbeat - they're very capable beasts, and V. pretty indeed. The studios... I dunno, I've never been convinced. I'd have a look at if anything fancy's been added to the B-stock, and the 100... I personally like the look of, but it's essentially a pretty version of the special II, and those things are **** on a stick.
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#6
Get the standard!
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It doesn't fit my playing style at all so I figured it would be good for me
#7
I know this is off the record, but have a look at the Les Paul Ultra. Those things are very nice indeed.
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Backup: Vintage AV1
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#8
^Agreed if you have the money, its great. If not, I would suggest the Agile. Sorry but I just think a 3000 to 4000 Model is a better value for the money then the Epi. I could compare the Agile 3100 to the Epiphone Standard and the Agile had the same (if not better) tone for much cheaper.
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#9
Its pretty easy to see whats wrong with a LP-100. Try pricing the parts for a complete guitar and compare that to the cost of one of those. Gotta be some hellacious corners their cutting. I have a standard and cant complain to much. Being left handed severely reduces your choices. I dont think agile makes any lefty guitars. So I dont think Ill get to try one soon. You get what you pay for with the super cheap guitars.