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agile legacy 727

Looking to Leave a Legacy

By | Agile 7 string guitars, Agile Guitars

Don’t Miss Your Chance To Have A Legacy – Agile Legacy

agile legacy 727

Did you hear North Korea has nukes?  

Might be time to get your affairs in order and think about your legacy.

By legacy we mean Agile Legacy.  If you have one you should think about it.  Maybe go pick it up and light off some riffs!  If you don’t have an Agile Legacy well maybe you should consider getting one.  I mean North Korea has nukes and we may not be around much longer.

If you are going to get one, might as well be now, because you may not have that much time left.

Let’s take a closer look at one…shall we?

agile legacyAgile Legacy 727

First off this is a 27″ scale guitar with a 3mm solid maple top.

The body is made of mahogany and comes in a double cutaway configuration.

The neck is bolted on to the body and has a Rosewood fretboard with position markers on the side of the neck.  The headstock is reversed to give the guitar an aggressive look.

The guitar also comes with an adjustable truss rod that allows for adjustment in playability.

As for hardware the tuners are Grovers and the bridge is a Cepheus T07 wide throw tune-o-matic.  The pickups are Cepheus passive 7 humbuckers.

The Agile Legacy 727 comes in a variety of finishes.

You just never know what the world is coming to.  If you don’t think North Korea should have nukes then you might like the price of this guitar.

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Agile Intrepid Pro

Guitars For July 4th

By | Agile 7 string guitars, Agile Guitars

Happy 4th of July!

Agile Intrepid Pro

Guitars for July 4th

We hope everyone is having a great July 4th!  Did you know that Washington had an 8 string and like to play a little death metal now and then?

Well what better way to celebrate Independence Day than by buying a new guitar.  Yes nothing says Independence more than being able to get your own axe!

Check out the Agile Intrepid Pro 72730

As you can see from the picture above, the Agile Intrepid Pro is a mean looking piece of business!

This is not your father’s 4th of July guitar!

Agile Intrepid ProIf you haven’t checked it out then do yourself a favour and check it out.

This multi-scale guitar has a scale of 27 to 30 inches and a 5 piece neck thru design so it basically kicks ass.  The double cutaways let your big fat sausages get up into those upper frets with ease.

Speaking of frets, they are fixed onto an ebony fretboard with no markers.  So if you can’t tell what fret you are in you are SOL!

And if that is a deal breaker for you then the Agile Intrepid Pro does have fret markers on the side.

The body of the Agile Intrepid Pro 72730 is made out of mahogany with dual angled active Cepheus 8 pickups and a custom Cepheus saddle bridge.

Don’t take our word for it go check it out for yourself.  Once again Agile has made a stellar guitar at a killer price point.



best 7 string guitar pickups

Best 7 String Guitar Pickups

By | 7 string pickups, Agile 7 string guitars, Agile Guitars

best 7 string guitar pickups

Best 7 String Guitar Pickups – 5 Pickups For Your 7 String Guitar


If you just bought a new 7 and are looking to upgrade your pickups than congrats.  If you are giving your old 7 new life with some new pickups than congrats to you also.

If you are into deep, aggressive metal that you might like one of these pickups. 

May we take this opportunity to present to you 5 pickups that you may consider for your new or old 7.  These are in no particular order.

Note: Before buying new pickups make sure the pickup cavity in your guitar is big enough to accept the new one or you may have to router out the cavity to accept the new pickup.

EMG 707TW 7 String Active Guitar Pickup

EMG 707TW 7 String Active Guitar Pickup $119

See More EMG 7 String Pickups

The EMG 707 TW is an active pickup that, according to one description we read, delivers the clearest, fattest low end you’ve ever felt from a guitar pickup.  Now that is pretty lofty praise.  Not sure if we can get behind that but nevertheless this will be an upgrade from the Cepheus pickups that come with a lot of the Agile 7 string guitars.  In fact many of the higher priced Agile 7’s come with EMG 707’s in them.  This is a dual coil pickup loaded with Alnico magnets and each coil is wound separately.

The 707TW can be operated in single coil mode or dual coil mode to really give two different sounds out of one single pickup.

Seymour Duncan Pegasus/Sentient Set 7 String Pickups

Seymour Duncan Pegasus/Sentient 7 String Pickups $189

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The Pegasus/Sentient pickup set is handmade in Santa Barbera.  Both pickups are stuffed with alnico 5 magnets and vacuum wax potted so you don’t get any squeal or hum.  

This set of pickups is calibrated to work flawlessly with each other to give a lot of different metal tones.  These pickups are designed to sound great either through a clean channel or with high gain.

DiMarzio X2N 7 DP705 7-String Pickup

DiMarzio X2N 7 DP705 Pickup $89.99

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The X2N is a ceramic pickup with DC resistance of 13.97 Kohm.  This pickup is supposed to be really loud and is supposed to be really good at capturing the entire frequencies of all strings.  This is also a split coil pickup which means it is also great for clean and quiter sounds.  

It’s a great passive pickup with tight bass and beefy mid-range.

Seymour Duncan Nazgul 7-String Passive Bridge Pickup

Seymour Duncan Nazgul 7 String Pickup $135

See More Seymour Duncan 7 String Pickups

The Seymour Duncan Nazgul is meant to be paired with the Sentient pickup.  It is a passive pickup with a large ceramic magnet to give those deep tones.  The Nazgul is designed to really clear up  the B and F# strings with it’s mid range punch.  The pickup comes with a black cover.

EMG 81-7X 7-String Active Guitar Pickup

EMG 81-7x 7 String Active Pickup $119

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If you are looking for an active pickup than you should consider the EMG 81-7x.  It is a razor sharp screamer that really shows its chops when being used for soloing.  There are literally thousands of happy EMG customers.  The EMG 81-7x is part of EMG’s X series line of pickups.

If your looking for new 7 string pickups than you may want a new 7 string guitar also.

Great guitars 2017

Great Guitars 2017

By | Agile 7 string guitars, Agile 8 string guitars, Agile 9 string guitars, Agile Guitars

Great guitars 2017

Great Affordable Guitars For 2017

It’s 2017!  We all made it to a new year.  According to exit polls half of you feel like 2017 is gonna be just great and the other half…well not so much!

In spite of whatever side of the political coin you fall on may we suggest something that we think would absolutely bring the world together.  And what would that be?  Well if everyone got a new guitar in 2017 we’d be willing to bet this world would be a much better place!

With that in mind let us take this opportunity to suggest some guitars that we think would make great additions to your collection.


Agile InterceptorAgile Interceptor

The Agile Interceptor is available in 7 string or 8 string configurations.  This model, depending on features, can be found for anywhere from the $300 to $800 dollar range.

The main features of the guitar are a double cutaway arch top mahogany body, reverse headstock,  adjustable truss rod and Grover tuners.

The guitar comes in either 25 1/2″, 27″ or 28″ scales.  There is also a choice between ebony, rosewood and maple materials for the fretboard.

The Interceptor can be purchased with either a bolt on neck or neck-thru construction.  Depending on which variation of the Interceptor you get there is also a difference in pickups between the cheaper interceptors and the more expensive ones.

The cheaper Interceptors usually are equipped with the Cepheus pickups while the more expensive ones come equipped with Seymour Duncan or EMG pickups.

Check out the 7 string and 8 string Agile Interceptors


Agile Pendulum Agile Pendulum

If you are looking for a 7, 8 or 9 string multi scale guitar to add to your stable in 2017 than you should check out the Agile Pendulum.

The Pendulum is offered in a multi scale format with scale range from 25 1/2″ to 27″ in the 7 string version and 25 1/2″ to 28 5/8″ in the 8 and 9 string version.

The Pendulum’s usually range in price from $500 for the Pendulum all the way up to $900 for the Pendulum Elite model.

The bodies are made of mahogany and all the Pendulums come with Grover tuners.

Guitar construction ranges from a one piece set neck, 3 piece neck or a 5 piece neck thru design.

Pickups are either Cepheus, EMG or Seymour Duncan’s.

At the time of this writing all we could find is Pendulum’s offered with either ebony or rosewood fretboards.

Check out the 7 string, 8 string or 9 string Agile Pendulum


Agile IntrepidAgile Intrepid

If you are looking for a different shape guitar than the Pendulum or Interceptor than the Agile Intrepid may interest you. To us there is something about the shape of the Intrepid that just looks sinister…and we like it!

The Intrepid’s are offered in either standard scale or multi scale versions.  The guitars range in price from $500 to $600 and can be had in 7 string or 8 string models.

All the Intrepid’s we have seen have a mahogany body, Grover tuners and at the time of this writing all Intrepid’s offered had ebony fretboards.

For the multi scale Intrepid’s they are available in a scale range of 25 1/2″ to 27″ or 27″ to 28″.

The construction of the Intrepid is a 5 piece neck thru design.

Check out the 7 string and 8 string Agile Intrepid’s


Agile SeptorAgile Septor

If you are looking for a good 7 string or 8 string guitar but are on a budget than the Agile Septor may interest you.

The majority of Septor models offered are around the $300 mark.  Sectors with better pickups and neck thru construction can for anywhere between $500 to $800.

The bodies of the Septor’s are made of mahogany and come with a dual adjustable truss rod.  Grover tuners are standard along with all the Septor’s being string thru body design.

Septor models are offered with either a bolt on neck or 5 piece neck thru body design.  The guitars can come with either Cepheus or Seymour Duncan pickups.  

The Septor comes with either a rosewood, ebony or maple fretboard.  Position markers are located on the side of the neck.

Check out the 7 string and 8 string Agile Septor’s

Agile Septor Elite 728

By | Agile 7 string guitars, Agile Guitars

Agile Septor Elite 728: The Shocking Truth!

Agile Septor Elite 728

A Quality 7 String Guitar at an Affordable Price!

How many guitars is enough?  Just one more!

Well if you are looking for your next guitar and want it to be a 7 string, and want it to be super affordable, than you should do yourself a favour and go check the Agile Septor Elite 728.

This guitar is finished in a very sharp looking black flame and, as the Rondo website claims, is designed based on the specifications requested by their customers.

So what are these specifications that all these customers are requesting?

Septor Elite 728Well first off the body of the Agile Septor Elite 728 is offered in a light weight, double cutaway configuration made of mahogany with an arch top body.  Finishing it off is the Canadian maple flamed top.

As the 728 suggests the scale of the Septor Elite is 28 5/8″.  The fretboard is also constructed of ebony and One of the real standout features of the Septor Elite 728 is that it features a 5 piece neck thru body design.  As the Rondo site claimsfret markers are noticeably absent but rather located on the side of the neck giving the guitar a very clean look.

“The sturdy neck thru construction allows for easier access to the upper frets, provides greater sustain and keeps the instrument in tune longer.”

The pickups that come with the Septor Elite 728 are EMG 707’s, which Rondo’s site say are made in the USA.  The EMG’s help to give a thicker more fuller sound than single coils, yet no 7 string guitar worth a lick really comes with single coil pickups anyhow.
In addition the guitar has a dual adjustable truss rod in the neck so you can “tune” the neck to compensate if the neck gets out of whack because you are in a particularly humid or dry climate.

Of course, standard on all Agile guitars is Grover tuners with an 18 to 1 ratio.  The headstock on the guitar is reversed to give it that metal look and instead of floating tremolo’s that go out of tune this is a string through body guitar.

Overall, the Agile Septor Elite 728 has a lot to offer at a reasonable price.  This guitar is offered on the Rondo site for a really good deal.

If it happens to be too rich for your blood than no worries because Rondo has a ton of other 7 string guitars with great features at all different prices.   We are sure you will find something to suit your needs.

Don’t click HERE if you don’t want to buy the Agile Septor Elite 728!



Agile AL-3100 730

By | Agile 7 string guitars, Agile Guitars

Agile AL 7 String


Agile AL 3100 730

Agile AL 3100 730

The popularity of 7 string guitars cannot be denied. Anyone that is familiar with Agile guitars knows that they are well known for their 7 string guitars and their AL-series guitars.

Now you can get the best of both of those worlds with the Agile AL-3100 730. That’s right…a 7 string Agile AL guitar!

First off the Agile AL guitars are solid guitars to begin with and some of the best deals out their you can get for a really quality guitar.

So right off the bat you get all the quality construction that the Agile AL is known for.

The Agile AL-3100 730 is a multi-radius guitar. What that means is that the radius of the neck is 12” at the nut and 16” at the 22nd fret for improved comfort. As the “730” suggests this is an extended 30” scale length guitar.

This guitar is offered with a Graph Tech NVS2 bridge with string saver saddles and Grover tuners.

The pickups are both type V Alnico humbuckers with coil tapping on both pickups for a wider range of sounds.

There is a ¾” solid maple cap which helps to increase the brightness of this guitar. The cap sits on top of the 1 ½” solid mahogany body.

There is triple binding on the body and single binding around the neck and headstock to give the guitar a nice classic look.

Agile AL 3100 730The neck is also a one piece mahogany set neck with an ebony fretboard. The inlays in the fretboard are trapezoidal and made of mother of pearl.

Of course with all the Agile guitars the neck comes with an adjustable truss rod so you the guitar set up can be fine-tuned.

All of the wiring and electronics of the Agile AL-3100 730 are high voltage with brass shaft pots for reduced noise.

Another nice feature of this guitar is that the frets have been individually hand filed for that really nice professional feel and buttery playability.

This is a very well made/constructed guitar with a lot of great features that really make it stand out.
We especially love the lemon burst finish that the AL-3100 730 is offered in. The lemon burst finish really pops and is actually quite striking.

As will all the Agile guitars what really makes it stand out when you consider all the features this guitar has is that is still falls into the category of cheap electric guitars for sale.

Direct sales wins again as this guitar is offered at what we think is a really reasonable price.

Don’t take our word for it. Check it out for yourself HERE!

Agile Guitar Multiscale – Check out the Agile Pendulum

By | Agile 7 string guitars, Agile 8 string guitars, Agile 9 string guitars, Agile Guitars

Here’s the deal:

Agile Guitar Multiscale

Agile Guitar Multiscale

Rondomusic makes Agile and Agile’s are great guitars.

Agile Guitar Multiscale

They are not just great guitars because they cost less than other guitars.  If you are wondering how Rondomusic can sell their Cheap Agile Guitar well it’s because they use direct sales to take out the middle-man.

Agile guitars are great guitars because they are well made quality instruments!

If you are looking for a multi-scale guitar than look no further than the Agile Pendulum.  You definitely owe it to yourself to take a look at the Pendulum lineup before you make the decision to purchase a guitar if you are ready.

Why should you check them out?

It’s really simple.  The Agile Pendulum will offer you more guitar at a more affordable price than most of its competitors.  We say “most” because off the top of our head we can’t think of any competitors that offer more guitar for the money than the Pendulum.

If you are looking for a 7 string guitar, 8 string guitar or 9 string multiscale guitar than the Agile Pendulum has got you covered.

Check out these insane guitars:

First off, in the 7 string models you have the Agile Pendulum Pro 72527 and the Agile Pendulum Elite 72527.  These are two badass guitars that deliver the goods.  These are neck-thru body constructed guitars that come with either EMG or Cepheus passive pickups.

The guitars also come with ebony or rosewoodfretboard, mahogany body, grover tuners and can be had in a variety of finishes.

We should mention that the Pendulum Elite 72527 comes with custom multi-scale Kahler 2227 KX FF tremolo designed in cooperation with Gary Kahler Custom multi-scale Kahler 2227 KX FF tremolo designed in cooperation with Gary Kahler.

Wait it gets better:

Next up is the Agile Pendulum Pro 82527 and Agile Pendulum Elite 82527.  If you are looking for a multiscale8 string guitar than check these out.  Most of the same features as the 7 string Pendulum’s except they have 8 strings.

Then there is the Agile Pendulum Pro 92528.  This is 9 strings of mean multiscale guitar.  It is a beast!  Neck thru body construction and a solid mahogany guitar, ebony fretboard, Grover tuners and Cepheus pickups are some of the highlights of this guitar.

For all of you into deathmetal, metal, shredding or what have you these are some guitars that you should check out and do some research on because they have really grown in popularity due in large part for the quality they offer at a very affordable price.

Don’t take our word for it.  Go check them out!

A 7 String Les Paul Style Guitar

By | Agile 7 string guitars, Agile Guitars
7 String Les Paul Style Guitar

7 String Les Paul Style Guitar

If you are looking for a 7 string Les Paul style guitar than may we suggest the Agile AL-3010SE 727.  This 7 string guitar offers all the awesome features of the popular Agile AL model in a 7 string configuration along with a few other goodies!

So far Rondomusic is offering these guitars in two finishes.  They are flat black (our favourite) and tiger flame, which still looks really cool!  Like we said, to us, the flat black finish just looks badass and is definitely the one we would cho

The AL-3010SE 727 is a special edition hence the “SE”.  It comes with a solid mahogany arch top body, like all the other AL models, and comes in a 27” scale which allows for more string tension and lower tunings which is why you want a 7 string guitar in the first place.

Like all of the Agile guitars Grover tuners come standard with the guitar however the bridge is a cepheus T-003 tune-o-matic.

7 String Les Paul Style Guitar

7 String Les Paul Style Guitar

The pickups are, like found on most of the Agile 7 string guitars, cepheus passive ceramic pickups.  The guitar features a graph tech tusq nut for string tension and tuning.  Again, a dual adjustable truss rod is featured just like pretty much all Agile guitars.

Instead of chrome hardware the AL 3010SE 727 features black chrome hardware that really goes along nicely with the flat black finish and gives the guitar that sinister “murdered out” kind of look.

The neck is a set neck made of mahogany.  Obviously, a neck through guitar would be better for a 7 string guitar but that would also bump up the price of this guitar also.  The fretboard is made of ebony and to finish it off the frets comes hand filed from the factory so it should be very playable right out of the box.

One thing we are not totally sure how we feel about is the cream binding that goes around the body neck and headstock of the guitar.  While it does look nice and we wouldn’t say that we don’t like it, we wonder if a dark grey binding or some sort of metallic grey binding might look better with the overall flat black theme of the guitar.

That may be splitting hairs on our part but if we had one suggestion to make it better that might be it to make the guitar look even cooler.

At any rate when you see the price of this Guitar for Sale you may not care about the binding because it is such a good deal!

Thanksgiving Guitars

By | Agile 7 string guitars, Agile AL 2500, Agile AL 3000, Agile Al 3200, Agile AL Guitars, Agile Guitars

Thanksgiving Guitars

5 Guitars That Would Make A Great Thanksgiving Gift

Hey everyone welcome to Electric Guitar City from electricguitarcity.com.  We have a new video coming at you.  Today we are going to talk about 5 guitar that would make a great thanksgiving gift. We are just going to go over a few specs on each guitar so if you want more information on each guitar just go to the website at electricguitarcity.com.  So let’s start it off!

septorelt728ebdnctribalbluequilt5Our first guitar is an Agile Septor Elite 728.  It’s an awesome guitar with an awesome finish in that tribal blue quilt. This guitar comes with the following features:

Double cutaway, light weight, mahogany, arch top body

Made in the USA Seymour Duncan Blackout Pickups (AH1-b)

Sturdy 5 piece neck-through body design

Adjustable truss rod

Die cast Grover Rotomatic tuners

The best part of all is that this guitar is only


If you don’t like the blue it comes in lots of other colors and it also comes in a 27″ scale if you don’t want a 28″ scale guitar.

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Agile AL-3200MCC Tobacco Wide

al3200tobaccowide5Next up is the Agile AL-3200.  We are looking at a tobacco wide neck here but you can also get it in slim neck or with just a regular neck.  This guitar has the following features:

Neck-through design for improved sustain and playability

Graph Tech NVS2 bridge

Type V alnico humbucker pickups

Solid mahogany arch top body

This guitar is a great deal at only…


For those of you that don’t know the AL-3200 is the grand-daddy of the Agile AL lineup of guitars.

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Agile AL-3100MC 2TS Flame

AL 3100Another AL here.  It’s the 3100 tobacco sunburst and it is a beautiful guitar.  Here are just some of the features of this guitar:

Coil Tapping on neck and bridge pickup via push-pull tone knob

3/4″ solid thick, maple cap and solid mahogany body

Graph Tech NVS2 bridge (just like the AL-3200)

Type V Alnico humbucker pickups

One piece mahogany set neck

And the best part of all is this guitar is only…


Again, the 3100 comes in tons of other finishes if you are looking for something other than the tobacco sunburst.

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Agile AS-820 2TS Flame

as8202tsflame5Changing gears now we are going to go to the Agile AS-820 tobacco sunburst flame.  Here are just a few of the features this guitar comes with:

natural Spruce top with Maple back & Sides

Grover tuners

Set in Maple neck

ceramic humbucker pickups

Rosewood fretboard

This guitar is only…


That’s a great deal on a great looking guitar!

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Agile AL-3010 Gold P90

AL 2500 GoldLast but not least we are going to look at the Agile AL-3010 with the P90 pickups.  This guitar comes with the following features:

solid mahogany, arch top body

wax potted, ceramic P90 pickups

Dual action adjustable truss rod

BM-003 wide throw Tune-O-Matic (TOM) bridge

Grover Rotomatic tuners

If you can believe it this guitar is only…


That is a steal! Get that for your son or your daughter and they are going to be very happy.

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You can check all these guitars out at electricguitarcity.com and to see even more specific information and features on any of these guitars we have gone over simply click on any one of the box links under each guitar to see that specific guitar or you can click on the link below to check out all the guitars.

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Agile guitars review

Guitar Impressions

By | Agile 7 string guitars, Agile AL Guitars, Agile Guitars

My Impression of Agile Guitars


For those of us musicians that perhaps are blessed or cursed, you might say, with the love for playing guitar but maybe not as blessed financially the question is what do you do to get a decent guitar? I searched long and hard, eventually stumbling across Agile Guitars as, what people on the Internet seemingly made out to be, the “be all and end all” of quality guitars at affordable prices. I read many claims about people saying they were better than Epiphone or people could not tell the difference between their Gibson Les Paul and their Agile AL 3200. I mean those are pretty tall claims. What is a person supposed to make out of this?


So are the Agile Guitars really all that they are made out to be? Here is my impression.


What We Know


Most, if not all, of the Agile line-up is made in South Korea for Rondo Music which is the only website you can actually buy a brand new Agile guitar from.   The new ones offered on Ebay or Amazon are still all made by/for Rondo Music. There are other sites out there that appear to sell Agile Guitars but they all simply direct you to Rondo Music’s website to purchase the guitar because they are the ones that own the Agile brand.


Agile offers a variety of models but the most popular by far are the AL models and the 7 string models. The Agile AL models will run you $200 to $500. The 7 string models can run from $300 to $1000.


For the AL series pretty much all are made of solid mahogany with maple top. All come with 2 way adjustable truss rod and Grover tuners. Different models have different pickups and electronics, bolt on neck or neck through design and different degrees of binding around the guitar, neck and headstock. There are additional differences between the models and if you want to look further check them out here.


The Agile 7 string guitars such as the Septor, Interceptor and Pendulum models.   These guitars also have solid mahogany bodies and Grover tuners. The majority of models are neck through body design but some of the cheaper ones come with bolt on necks. Pickups installed from the factory vary between Cepheus, Seymour Duncan and EMG depending on the model. Some guitars come without any tremolo and some can be purchased with either Floyd Rose or Kahler tremolo’s with locking nut. For a more full list of features and differences between the 7 string models simply click here.




Enough with all the specs let’s get down to the particulars of whether these guitars are any good or not.


My impressions I am going to share are of the Agile AL series guitar I have, specifically the Agile AL 2000.


First off the thing I noticed was that this guitar felt well made. I mean you pick up the thing and it has some weight to it! It feels solid and you can tell it is well constructed.


Fit and finish was also very good. Everybody says this and then something like “especially when I considered how little I paid for it!” Now don’t take this to mean that I expected the guitar to be crap for what I paid. You might also be thinking “well the quality is better than expected but still on par for a $200 to $500 guitar!”


The quality, fit and finish is on par with guitars that are much more expensive than the Agile AL guitars.


My first impression of playing the guitar was that it was pretty well set up from the factory and played very well right out of the box. Some people complain that there is too much poly on the back of the neck for their liking but I honestly didn’t find it to be any big deal for me. This guitar played as good as and in some cases better than many other guitars I have played that are way more expensive.


I was expecting the pickups to be crap but they were actually very good. People may want to swap them out for something else but like most people I have seen, that thought they would switch pickups right away, once you play the guitar for the first time the pickups sound so good that you decide to just leave them in there for awhile.


I did decide to swap out the pickups after playing the guitar for a while, and I mean months, but it was more to try something new than anything to do with not liking the stock pickups.




A heckuva guitar! Is it as good as a Gibson? Absolutely not. It’s really like comparing apples to oranges or like a Shelby Cobra replica to a real Shelby Cobra. There is no comparison! They are not the same thing. One is the real thing while the other is a replica. Does that mean the replica is no good? Absolutely not! In fact, depending on your viewpoint you might enjoy the replica more than the real thing because it performs as good and you are not as worried about it getting ruined.


This is the same with the Agile AL guitars. They are not Gibson Les Paul’s and never will be. However, they are still great guitars in their own right and when you consider the price it just becomes a no brainer to get one. At least that is how I feel.

If you want more information about the Agile AL guitars then visit the Rondo music website here.