Incredible sound with versatile features
Rosewood slanted multi-scale bridge (25" - 27")
Beautiful natural solid spruce top
Lightweight Wilkinson tuners for improved balance
Stunning mahogany neck, back, and sides
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This scale 25-27 is absolutely perfect for this guitar for my hands. A lot more comfortable than a straight scale 8 and it feels smaller in the hands. Action could be SLIGHTLY lower but then the buzz problems would only heighten so I think they got it pretty much perfect…The instrument is simply inspiring to play. You know when Steve Vai says 'When I picked it up it didn't feel like a 6 string guitar with a 7th string. It felt like a 7 string guitar'… well this statement rings true here. This feels like an '8 string guitar' and when playing it feels really natural.
Posted JP Universe @ Sevenstring.org
I don't normally do this, but I wanted to let you know how very, very impressed I am the 8 String Agile Renaissance I recently purchased. The build quality and tone are amazing and in line with guitars costing hundreds more. Truthfully, I was in the market to try something new and find that instrument that would hold my interest for a lifetime of enjoyment. This guitar is it. I would've never considered fanned frets (which I actually find EASIER to play) nor an 8 string, had this affordable option not been available. I think that sometimes there's an enjoyment factor to creating music that gets lost in the technology and brand, and the monetary commitment that results from it.
You've offered an affordable instrument that holds huge value in quality and fun, and kept my interest in guitar playing alive, and I appreciate that.
Question: What is the advantage of playing a multi-scaled guitar?
Answer: The multi-scale provides the advantage of having a longer scale length for the lower strings and a shorter scale length for the higher strings. When bass strings have a longer scale, you can achieve a snappier, brighter, and clearer tone. When the treble strings have a shorter scale they produce an inherently warmer, mellower tone. This makes for a tonally balanced instrument. Straight scale instruments tend to suffer from drawbacks: extended scale instruments' high notes can sound shrill and piercing and short scale instruments' low notes can sound muddy. The multi-scale system allows for a "bost of both worlds" approach.
Question: I received my guitar 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.
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 Renaissance made?
Answer: All Agile guitars are made in South Korea.