3 made guitars by children at slave wages in unenvironmental friendly factories, or one made where people are treated like humans. One guitar is all that is really needed. No thanks on Agile.
I bet you don't care about that when you buy your shoes, coffee, chocolate, bananas, soccerballs, cotton products, etc, all of which are 1000X bigger businesses than guitar making. It's just one extra drop in the big bucket of capitalism.
Is it just me or does that fretboard look completely flat like a classical? I know it isn't (probably) but it looks really flat.
And even though it looks really cool tbh , and the specs are pretty good(despite really un-Gibsonish. 7-string EMGs? LOL), I would never get it, even if money was not an issue. Too many reviews of even high end Gibsons falling apart to make me fall for their cheap ' made in USA' cost cutting productions. Not trying to bash them or anything, but guys who buy Gibsons nowadays are mainly dudes who have no idea about quality gear and just want the name brand as well as rich guys who just hang them on their walls so they look like they are good at guitar or something. My 2 cents.
And guys, the short scale is Gibson's thing, of course they'll use it. Nothing wrong with thicker strings, all that means is less stretch for the fingers and thicker tone.