Help Me Out ... What Is This Agile?

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  1. jmilch

    jmilch Well-Known Member

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    AA0721A2-C88F-49FC-BEF2-226D8F22F620.jpeg this guitar is local for me. But for the life of me I’ve never seen a agile 3010 like this.

    It has front and back binding. And only one tone and one volume. And a switch that’s moved.

    Was this custom? Limited run?

    Should I go look at this unicorn?
     
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    They're nice and lighter than an Al3xxx. Just in need of a pickup upgrade.
     

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    320. It’d be like a 40 min drive.

    Anyone have one? Basically just a 3010 but made from Korina wood?
     
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    That’s a little much in my opinion, I would shoot for $250ish if you like it. And yes the korina wood is one thing that’s unique but it’s also a different body design from the usual ALs.

    https://www.guitarcenter.com/Used/Agile/3010-Solid-Body-Electric-Guitar.gc

    Assuming it’s this one^, that’s def wayyy too much. With tax that’ll come to about $350 which isn’t even $100 less than they were brand new, plus no case.
     
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    The pics I had were sent to me by a friend. After I saw your link I bet that was the one. Idk why he didn’t just send me the GC link.

    Yea I passed. I had not seen one of these before and I never noticed they had only 2 controls.
     
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    Thats pretty.
    For the right price I would consider adding the 2 additional pots and re-wire with the pick up upgrade.
     

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