I was searching on eBay for a new guitar since I had a little money saved up and I stumbled upon Agile. I checked out the Rondo Music website (rondomusic.com) and ended up purchasing the guitar from the site.
I was a little cautious because of the very low prices on the guitars. I compared the specs to Gibson Les Pauls and saw that the guitars were basically the same. So, I decided to take a chance and go with it.
What do I like about it? I'm not sure where to begin. I've played on Gibson LP's and I'm disappointed to say that they're honestly not any better than the Agile 2800. The action is actually a little bit better on my Agile, the finish is an awesome deep blue quilt top (not a photo top!) made out of Canadian maple, the alnico pickups are every bit as good as Gibson pickups, and the solid mahogany body holds the sustain forever.
My advice is buy one or two of these while they're still cheap. I'll get another one whenever I can get the money.
I honestly don't have any dislikes. Rondo Music sent me a letter a few months after I bought the guitar assuring me that if anything did go wrong, my guitar is under warrenty and they'd be more than happy to fix it, though I'd probably fix it on my own if it was nothing too serious just cause I enjoy that sort of thing.
I've pretty much already described the construction and quality of this guitar above. It's a set-neck, mahogany body with a real maple quilt top, alnico pickups, rosewood fret board, maple neck (I think). This guitar comes as close to perfection as I've seen.
Agile electric guitars are such good quality guitars, the only reasons they're sold so cheap is they aren't very well known and they're made in Korea. Of course, many "American-made" guitars are partially constructed there also; then they just ship them over to the states, slap the hardware and some other parts on them, and then jack the price up an extra grand or two. If you're thinking about buying a Gibson, save yourself a couple grand and go with an Agile.