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Discussion in 'Guitars' started by Fat Jack, May 15, 2019.

  1. Partscaster

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    Yes. But, I think thats an "And" instead of an "or".

    It looks like a really nice mahogany slab guitar to me. I want one, but I'm not ordering one.
     
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    Based on this and similar responses, plus those who would order one on the spot, I don't think that Kurt would have a problem unloading a shipment of these.
     
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    I like the horns much better than the 2300.

    If Agile has a calling card for something other than quality instruments for a very decent price, it has been that they will go a little of the norm and to me, that is a really significant thing. Like the Harm. Who saw that coming? They were painful to look at for a little while, at least.

    If this initial run dries up for 3 years there could well be lamenting going on about how they are/were great and unique instruments.

    The unique is good.
     
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    I like that.
    I am thinking of getting a P-90 equipped guitar.
    The Nat Cherry looks good to me.
     
  5. Fat Jack

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    @Mickey I barely mentioned the tummy cut later like the well done fret ends. neither one caught my attention right off simply because they felt "natural " or good. I'll say again the fret ends were smooth enough I couldn't feel them running my hands up and down the neck like the al 3100. The tummy cut is a good size and lets me hold it i a bit better. One thing I didn't mention since I really don't play on the last few frets is I have much better access on this guitar than my others it's actually comfortable reaching around to fret down there.
     
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    I do want one of these.
     
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    Insert joke here!
     
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    This shape looks awesome. I don't know why, the silhouette of the design really works great in reverse.

    I'd also be interested to see that shape as a right handed guitar from front view, only with the tummy cutaway line being the edge of the body.
     

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