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bobblehat
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Hi all,
My son is going to buy one of these beauties in few weeks :

but I was wondering if there are any viable alternatives you can think of.I ordered one of these for him for christmas a couple of years ago but the music store couldn't deliver in time for christmas.The only other alternative he has looked at is the PRS tremonti se.

Any help much appreciated.

My Band: http://www.myspace.com/thelanterns2010
playing whilst drunk is only permitted if all band members are in a similar state!


   
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ColoradoFenderBender
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Agile makes some pretty great guitars for the money. My AL-3000 stands up well against my Gibson LP Standard. Here are a couple with high output pickups, like the Zak Wylde Epis:

http://www.rondomusic.net/product949.html

http://www.rondomusic.net/al2800unifprofilesilverb.html

I am not sure about their shipping policies out of the US. Send Kurt an email - he will respond quickly.


   
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rocker
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those rondo's look sweat, alot cheaper than the zakk wylde epi's 8)

even god loves rock-n-roll


   
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bobblehat
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thxs for the replies guys,

unforyunately cant get agile's in the uk.

cheers

bob

My Band: http://www.myspace.com/thelanterns2010
playing whilst drunk is only permitted if all band members are in a similar state!


   
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biker_jim_uk
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i believe Peter Cook's has them quite cheap?
http://www.petercooks.co.uk/clearance.php
The Zack camo is cheaper, lots of good Epis as an alternative, guess it depends on what music he wants to play?
There is also the Tokai versions which are supposed to be good? Perhaps an SG style?

What about a Squier 51?


   
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