Some Cl Agile In My Area For Sale

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  1. nomadh

    nomadh Well-Known Member

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    Some very nice local agiles if any of these tickle a fancy. Some with nice upgrade pups.
    If someone was looking for these I could do some legwork, test out maybe play it while on skype with you. That way I get to do some shopping but dont actually have to buy anything.
    One has Buddha pickups so I'm thinking it might belong to someone here?

    https://sandiego.craigslist.org/nsd/msg/d/temecula-electric-guitars-for-sale/6885204637.html
    2011 Agile AL 3100 Cherry Sunburst Les Paul! Ebony Fretboard, Deluxe Pearl Fret Markers! Seymour Duncan STK-P1 P-90’s N-B! Momentary/Kill Switch, LR Baggs Piezo Tune-O-Matic Bridge w/Control-X, 1 Meg Vol. Pot w/Mod, 500k Push/Push Tone Pot w/In-Out Switch. HSC! $745.00 Cash Only. No Trades.
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    2005 Agile AL-2000 Les Paul Gold Top. Gibson 496R-N, Gibson 500T-B. 1 Meg Vol. Pots w/Mod, Momentary/Kill Switch, 500k Push/Push Tone Pot w/In-Out Switch. HSC! $485.00 Cash Only. No Trades.
    2005 Agile AL-2000 Les Paul. Joe Perry Bone-Yard Tiger Finish. Seymour Duncan SH-2N Jazz -N, SH-PG1 Pearly Gates -B, Series/Parallel Toggle N-B, Momentary/Kill Switch, 1 Meg Vol. Pot w/mod, 500k Push/Push Tone Pot w/In-Out Switch. $485.00 Cash Only. No Trades.

    https://sandiego.craigslist.org/csd/msg/d/san-diego-agile-ad-3000m-double-cut/6892195473.html
    $449
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    https://sandiego.craigslist.org/csd/msg/d/san-diego-agile-al-2000-wide-2ts-les/6891881021.html
    $300
    Unfortunately I am letting go of this Agile AL-2000 wide model guitar due to moving out of state. It has custom wound Buddha Pickups in it. They are Bareknuckle Mule clones. They really sound amazing. The guitar is in great condition and was barely played. I am the original owner and this guitar has never been giggled or left my house.

    These are one of the best bang for the buck guitars out there. They are not being manufactured any longer. The wide neck version are pretty tough to find these days as well.

    Features:
    *The extra wide neck makes it extra comfortable to play
    *Single cutaway, solid mahogany, arch top body
    *Genuine Canadian maple flame top
    *Adjustable truss rod in neck to offset alterations caused by changes in humidity, temperature, or new strings
    *Full body and neck binding
    *Set-in mahogany neck with rosewood fretboard and trapezoid inlays
    *22 Jumbo Frets
    *13.7" (350 mm) radius neck for fast play
    *BM-003 wide throw Tune-O-Matic (TOM) bridge
    Chrome, die cast Grover *Rotomatic tuners with 18-1 turning ratio for ultra fine tuning (Model 102-18N)
    *Two volume controls, two tone controls, and a 3-way pickup selector switch allow a wide range of expressive control
    *Stop-bar tailpiece transfers string vibration to the body of the guitar and produces superior sustain
    *Made in South Korea
     
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    1meg pots in a couple of those, interesting.
     

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    There's nothing wrong with installing a wider nut instead. If it really bugs you, you can file down the tiny part that overhangs. Really easy with the GraphTechs.
     
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    The first three have nice upgrades, but unless you are really pining for those exact components, they are way overpriced. Reminds of the upgraded AL's that sat on ebay for about a year.

    The AD and Buddha equipped one aren't as ridiculously priced, but hardly deals in this buyers market.
     
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    The AD and AL2K's upgrades really fit those guitars perfectly.

    I did lower the 2K to $275 yesterday. Unfortunately I just never played it.
     
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    Make me a killer deal on the AD and I'll drive down and pick it up!
     
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    Mickey Gandalf the Intonationer

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    If memory serves this guitar's body is NOT bound.
    Instead what you see is the edge of the maple cap.

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    I believe that is correct. That is what that pic is trying to show.

    I'll just pout this here too. :)
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    The AD 3000 series was one of the BEST guitars Kurt ever offered and are killer players. $300 is a STEAL.
     
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    slaveunit Well-Known Member

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    But.....
    It's not $300. :l

    That was my initial price for the upgraded wide AL2000.
     
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  13. nomadh

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    That one is 449. For 300 I'd have to buy it in self defense.
     
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    I figured those were yours @slaveunit! The AD definitely piqued my interest but unfortunately I have other expenditures right now :/
     
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