This guitar is listed for sale on my local craigslist. The ad claims it is an Agile from Rondo music that has been highly modified. With the bolt on neck, pointy horn, and split block inlays it seems more likely to me that it started life as an SX. Perhaps it could be a very early Agile, as I do recall some pointy horn models in the very early years. While it has some quality upgraded parts, it's still only a no-name, bolt on neck LP clone with a highly personalized paint job. I'm used to grabbing stuff like this at well under $100, not the $220 that the seller is asking. Even though I'm not interested in the guitar as a potential buyer, I'm still curious as to what the forum thinks it really is. https://greenville.craigslist.org/msg/d/greenville-used-custom-agile-guitar/7018358852.html The text from the craigslist ad: "This was originally an Agile Guitar from rondomusic.com before it was given a new paint job and some upgraded pickups and a bridge by a guy named Teddy Zane, who used to customize guitars around a decade ago. Since then, it's mostly stayed in my closet as I've grown out of the whole 80's hair metal aesthetic but it still has a little wear on the paint that you should be able to see in the photos. The pickup in the bridge is a Steve Vai Dimarzio Evo 2 while the pickup in the neck is a GFS Vintage Extra Hot. The Bridge is a high quality Gotoh chrome Floyd Rose, and as such it stays in tune extremely well unlike the cheap knockoffs. I still have the original tremelo bar if you don't like the look of the Fender one."