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    what are the best les paul copies for the price. i want a les paul but not enough money to buy a gibson. How is the Agile AL 2000
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    Ibanez RG 321, Gibson Faded Explorer, Fender Squier Jazzmaster, Custom Finished Fender P-Bass

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    • #3
      I love my AL3000 and 3100 but the AL2000 IMHO is a bit less than a gigging guitar.

      Get a AL3000 and you will be extremely happy
      Finally learning to enjoy something besides metal......and it Hurts!

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        '70s early '80s Burny, Greco, Tokai...
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        • #5
          Schecters are great, lots of LP styles there, Michael Kelly too. If ur just looking for strictly a traditional looking LP copy, Agile, Edwards are really good, ESP as well.
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          • #6
            Schecters are great, lots of LP styles there, Michael Kelly too. If ur just looking for strictly a traditional looking LP copy, Agile, Edwards are really good, ESP as well.


            I don't have the Michael,Kelly yet - in search of the super low price and a Phoenix but I love my schecter and agiles!

            You won't go wrong with these options
            Finally learning to enjoy something besides metal......and it Hurts!

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            • #7
              absolutely LOVE my Agile AL-2000. Solid, smooth-playing, great-sounding and gorgeous. Mine was upgraded by previous owner with pickups from an AL-3000.




              eventually i will buy an AL-3k with ebony fretboard and P90s.
              The most important part of my religion is to play guitar.
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              • #8
                Epiphone...
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                • #9
                  I haven't played an agile or some of the others. But, I would say used studio or an epiphany is the way to go. I think I got my studio used 4 years ago with a repaired neck for like $500.
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                  2011 Gibson LP Traditional Plus
                  2004 Gibson LP Studio Alpine White
                  1996 Yamaha 121d w/SD screamin deamon
                  2002 Ibanez RG 470 MIJ
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                  • #10
                    Do not buy Epiphone, everything else mentioned is pretty much OK, id'l add Vintage V100 on the list
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                    • #11
                      Epiphones have then bonus of actually saying "Les Paul" on the headstock. If you pick Epiphone definitly pplay them to pick the best one.

                      + 1 and the Vintage brand, any model really, they have Wilkinson hardware. I drool over a p90 goldtop each time I go past my local shop. The Pete Green, Lemon Drop deserves a mention.
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                      • #12
                        Do not buy Epiphone,


                        Ignore this advice and find yourself an Epiphone Elite/Elitist...best Lester I have ever owned (including Gibson). Made like the old Gibsons.
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                        "And the guitar players, they look damaged...they been outcasts all their lives" - Jagger/Richards

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                        • #13
                          I found an Agile 3110 HSBF.

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                          • #14
                            Do not buy Epiphone, everything else mentioned is pretty much OK, id'l add Vintage V100 on the list


                            +1 on the Vintage V100, but I think the price will be too high in the States?
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                            • #15
                              I don't think the newer higher-end Epis are bad. Have been hearing a lot of good things about improved quality.

                              That being said, I have one of these on the way:

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