#1
Decided to go with the Agile Al-3100 Rootbeer color.

Thanks for all your input.
Last edited by CoreyM. at Oct 3, 2008,
#3
They look great, but I have yet to try one myself. They seem pretty well-liked on UG though.

EDIT: I was referring to the Agiles. Epi's are good too, assuming you get a good one. Try before you buy.

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Last edited by stradivari310 at Oct 1, 2008,
#4
I have an Epi LP Standard and love it, but I have not tried the Agile.
Gear:
Fender Strat
Epi Joe Pass Signature
Epi LP Plus Top
Jackson Dinky
Fender Hot Rod Deville 212
#5
Too bad Epiphones rised in prices. You need to gather up an extra 100$ if you go that way.

Actually, I see zZounds has them listed at the old price.
#6
Epis are only decent once you swap the pickups. The stock ones are really really bad. I have not tried an agile yet, sorry.
I'm mainly posting to suggest you take a look at these:
http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Ibanez-ART100-Electric-Guitar?sku=518066
http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Ibanez-ART300-Electric-Guitar?sku=518065

Much nicer in my opinion. The ones I tried felt sturdier that most Epis and everything was set up right. The pickups were a lot clearer than those on Epis. All around superior guitars compared to current Epis.
#7
Thanks for all of the input guys. I still can't make up my mind though. If someone has played an agile I'd really like your input.

Yeah the Epiphone is $100 more than the Agile i linked to.
#8
Quote by TheQuailman
Epis are only decent once you swap the pickups. The stock ones are really really bad. I have not tried an agile yet, sorry.
I'm mainly posting to suggest you take a look at these:
http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Ibanez-ART100-Electric-Guitar?sku=518066
http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Ibanez-ART300-Electric-Guitar?sku=518065

Much nicer in my opinion. The ones I tried felt sturdier that most Epis and everything was set up right. The pickups were a lot clearer than those on Epis. All around superior guitars compared to current Epis.

I heard taking the covers off the epi LP pickups can help with the muddyness.
#9
I bought my son a 2500 Agile last Christmas and I must say I was and still am impressed by it.
It's a solid guitar in every aspect, especially for the price.
I'd plan on changing the pickups and it'll be ready to rock for any situation.
#11
Agiles are incredibly underestimated...the quality for the price is really impressive
#12
I too am looking for a new guitar, either an Epi LP Standard or something along those lines.

If I get an Agile, should I just replace the pick-ups with Seymour Duncan's? It would be more economical, pick ups are around $100, and with that it will be around the same price at the Epi LP. I love the look of the headstock and the black pick guard instead of white.