Agile 8 String Guitars

Agile 8 string guitars

Agile 8 String Guitars

Say it with us…8 is great! Agile 8 string guitars are a thing of beauty. We have to confess that none of us really play 8 string guitars but if we did we would play an Agile 8 string guitar.

The Agile 8 string guitars are some of the best value and most affordable 8 string guitars on the market. When one considers the price point of these guitars and combined with the features offered a winning formula is arrived at.

As with the other Agile guitars Rondo offers the online reviews of the Agile 8 string guitars is overwhelmingly positive. For the most part the Agile 8 string guitars are very similar to their 7 string brothers in terms of features and construction.

The guitars are offered in a variety of models and a variety of scales from 27 to 28” to multi-scale. There are also numerous finishes to choose from in order to suit your taste.

Some of the main models offered by Rondomusic in 8 string configuration are the Agile Septor, Agile Interceptor, Agile Septor Elite, Agile Intrepid, Agile Intrepid Pro, Agile Interceptor Pro and Agile Pendulum Pro.

Here are some of the main features of a few of these guitars.

Agile Guitars 8 string

Agile Intrepid Pro 828:  CHECK IT OUT!

- Mahogany body
- Die-cast Grover sealed tuners
- Graphite nut
- 5 piece maple/walnut neck-thru body design
- Ebony fretboard
- 24 jumbo frets
- Made in the USA Kahler Tremolo
- EMG 808 active pickups

Agile Interceptor Pro 827:  SEE IT HERE!

- Double cutaway, light weight, mahogany, arch top body
- USA made Kahler tremolo
- Active EMG 808 pickups
- Grover die cast tuners
- Maple fretboard
- 5 piece maple/walnut neck-through body design

Agile Pendulum Pro 82527:  CHECK IT OUT!

- Multi-scale design with scale range of 25 1/2" to 27"
- Angled nut and pickup
- 5 piece neck-through design
- Two angled EMG 909 active pickups
- Cepheus high mass bridge
- Mahogany body
- Ebony fretboard
- Grover die cast tuners


Which Agile 8 string guitar to get really comes down to how you play and what kind of budget you are working with.

If you want to spend a little more money, but still way less than buying a similar guitar from the competition, then go with the Pro models because you get usually better pickups and most importantly neck-thru body design.

If you want to spend less than we recommend some of the non-Pro models which still are great guitars and have some of the same features of the more expensive Agile models but come with a bolt on neck.  

There are a ton of Agile 8 string guitars.  Click the link below to see all the models.

Agile guitar 8 string
Agile 8 string guitar