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Agile Septor 727 RN CP TOM Black Flame


Hit those baritone notes with this 27" scale 7 string offered at an amazing price!

Designed based on specifications requested by our customers

Double cutaway, light weight, mahogany, arch top body

Uniform neck profile and 13.7" (350 mm) neck radius facilitate ultra fast playing

Cepheus T-7 wide throw tune-O-matic bridge with graphite saddles

Adjustable truss rod

Rosewood fretboard with position markers located on the side of the neck

Cepheus passive 7 string humbucker pickups

Reverse headstock adds an esthetic flair

String-through body provides excellent sustain

Read the "Customer Comments" link for more about the joys of playing this guitar!

Qty Price: $299.99



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New Agile 7 String

  • Hit those baritone notes with this 27" scale 7 string offered at an amazing price!
  • Designed based on specifications requested by our customers
  • Double cutaway, light weight, mahogany, arch top body
  • Cepheus T-7 wide throw tune-O-matic bridge with graphite saddles
  • Uniform neck profile facilitates ultra fast playing
  • Adjustable truss rod in neck to offset alterations caused by changes in humidity, temperature, or new strings
  • Rosewood fretboard with position markers located on the side of the neck
  • 24 "extra jumbo", 2.9 mm frets
  • Bolt-on neck with a 13.7" (350 mm) radius for fast play
  • One volume control, one tone control, and a 3-way selector switch let you tailor your sound just right
  • Chrome, die cast Grover Rotomatic tuners with 18-1 turning ratio for ultra fine tuning (Model 102-18N)
  • Cepheus passive 7 string humbucker pickups
  • Reverse headstock adds an esthetic flair
  • String-through body provides excellent sustain
  • Made in South Korea
  • Overall length, including the strap button: 42"
  • Scale length: 27"
  • Width of the upper bout: 10 3/4"
  • Width of the lower bout: 12"
  • Width of the neck at the nut: 1 7/8"
  • Width of the neck at the 22nd fret: 2 3/16"
  • Uniform neck profile (for ultra fast playing): 21 1/2 mm at the first fret and 22 mm at the 12th fret
  • Radius: 13.7" (350 mm)
  • Body thickness at the edge: 1 1/4"
  • Space between strings at the nut: 1/4"
  • Overall string spacing at the nut: 1 9/16"
  • Space between strings at the bridge: 3/8"
  • Overall string spacing at the bridge: 2 7/16"
  • Pickups dimensions: 3" x 1 3/8" (mounting screws are 3 3/4" apart)
  • Weight: only 8 1/2 pounds!
  • Alright, I'm going to start off by saying that this is the best guitar I have played let alone owned out of my 7 guitars. The finish is absolutely the best I have seen, especially at this price bracket. It looks much more striking in person. The neck is of medium thickness and is very playable. The pickup selector is nice and solid, it gives a good chunky click when you switch. You have very easy access to the very high frets and the action is low with little buzz and the Grover tuners are an additional plus which makes it have amazing tuning stability. All in all I think this is an amazing instrument and definitely be considered over the similarly priced Schecter's, Jackson's, and Ibanez's.
    Thomas Veres via Amazon

    After getting jaded with Ibanez and basswood guitars in general and talking to a few friends on aim, I decided to sell my 1527. Then this beautiful Agile Septor 727 RN came up for sale on here and I had to have it. When it first arrived last night - I did play it for a while. It sounded so vibrant and organically vocal acoustically that I knew it would blow me away plugged in. I just love the various combinations I have with the coil-tapping option. I love the 3 way switch, just will rotate it so that its facing front to back instead of up-down. Just more intuitive that way. Now the real part - the neck. This neck feels nice. Sure its a bit bigger than my 1527/wizard I neck but tell you whats its hella comfy. Its like all my life I have been wearing thongs and now I found some Fruit of the Looms. Its a bit nicer and I feel this neck can really help with left hand fatigue. Since I don't shred (read: yet) I dont mind it and feel like I will grow with it. The one thing I did do was find the paint/clear slowing me down. So I just grabbed some #0000 steel wool and rubbed the neck down for a bit to get it satiny. Then took the smallest amount of lemon oil and rubbed/buffed it into the neck . A lot better. The quality and craftsmanship is definitely up there with Schecters and Ibanez. I can't tell you the difference in terms of fret dressing, fret edges and fretboard from the "Prestige" Ibanez I used to own. Now I am not knocking Ibanez but they have got to wake up and smell the roses. Overall I couldn't be more pleased with this guitar.... Agile/Rondo has got a winner in this combo. BTW baritone scale doesn't feel any different from normal 25.5".
    djpharoah via Ibanez JemSite Forum

    Question: What is the advantage of playing a 27" scale guitar?
    Answer: The extra long scale length qualifies this guitar as a baritone. You can play very low notes while still maintaining the proper string tension.

    Question: What are the strings for the Agile Septor 727?
    Answer: The guitar is set up with the lowest string to tuned to B, followed by the standard tuning of E, A, D, G, B, and E. It is possible, however, to tune it differently to suit your preference.

    Question: What is the difference between passive and active pickups?
    Answer: A passive pickup is a magnetic pickup which directly sends the signal from your string, through the wood, into the pickup, and then into the amp which creates the most dynamic sound you can produce. Many artists prefer a passive pickup which enables a multitude of tones. Jeff Beck, Darrell Abbott, Eddie Van Halen, and Jimi Hendrix are prime examples of passive pickup users. An active pickup is powered by a separate battery stored in the guitar enabling higher output and overall balanced frequency. Many artists who are looking for a consistent sound such as in metal music use active pickups to achieve a powerful and consistent tone without compromising quality. Kirk Hammett and Kerry King use active electronics which enable them to push their amps near their limits and still retain a tight and focused clarity in their sound.

    Question: I received my Agile Septor and there is some fret buzz. What do I do?
    Answer: Your guitar was set up and buzz free when it was shipped. However the neck may have moved during shipment. This video should help: Set Up Tips. The video describes the set up for a 6 string guitar, but the concepts are the same for your 7 string guitar.

    Question: What is your return policy for this item?
    Answer: See our detailed policy by clicking on "Return Policy" on the right side of the home page.

    Question: Where is the Agile Septor made?
    Answer: Agile guitars are made in South Korea and Vietnam.