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Rogue GS-50R 1x12 50W Guitar Combo Silver  

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Wring thunder from the earth when you command a power-hungry 12" speaker with the force of a 50W amp. 2 footswitchable channels give you gain and vol...Click To Read More About This Product

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Stupendous volume on a bite-size budget!

Wring thunder from the earth when you command a power-hungry 12" speaker with the force of a 50W amp. 2 footswitchable channels give you gain and volume controls for ripping overdriven lead tones and fat rhythm crunch. Tweak your tone to perfection with 3-band EQ, spring reverb, and presence control.

FEATURES
  • 50W of solid state power
  • One 12" speaker
  • Reverb and presence knobs
  • 3-band EQ
  • 2 channels with gain and volume controls
  • Headphone out
  • Footswitch jack
  • Effects loop
  • Speaker out
  • 22"W x 21"H x 14"D
  • 40 lbs.
SPECIFICATIONS
  • 22"W x 21"H x 14"D
  • 40 lbs.
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by PowerReviews
 
4.0

(based on 34 reviews)

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    (17)

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    (6)

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    (3)

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    (2)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Lots of power w/great gain channel for a pedal 2

really pissed to see it for $100 but its priced what it should have been when I bought it now. Amps are ridiculously overpriced now days I'm disgusted but what can ya do so...Read complete review

really pissed to see it for $100 but its priced what it should have been when I bought it now. Amps are ridiculously overpriced now days I'm disgusted but what can ya do so I'm glad to see a 50 wtt 12 for a $100. Lots of power with a very vintage,tube sounding gain channel great for matching with a pedal(tube scrmer,fzzface, tubulator,exc.) The speakers clarity and frequency responce is quite excellent giving you thunderous bass and ultra clear highs, I wouldn't worry about blowing it! I have had mine for about a year so I was fortunate to get it with the gold face for the vintage look because thats totally what it was designed to be and become. Its worth a hundred bux easy when compared to other amps and you can gig with it in decent sized clubs but nothing too extravigant(bars,open mic nights,exc.) Though I must add with the a pedal it certainly screams enough to damage your ears set below 10. I only scored it low in the value section because honestly it should be going for $80 and A crate single 12 should be $125 and thats simply not just an opinion but again, what can ya do? When it comes down to it I'm glad I bought this amp because it was priced decently at the time and is old school like most amps should be today but aren't. In short buy this amp! The only thing close to it is the Behringer with a ten and 30 watts but nothing beats vintage style and design which the behringer has the look of but is very modern in features. A pedal, two wires and this thing doesnt get any simpler and is bound to become a classic I would hope. This amp represents what amps should be more like today. Simple, affordable, classic style and high performance. I would recomend buying this amp for any style music you may play. oh and for another hundred bux you can pickup its big brother with a second 12 and fifty more watts which is whats got me cheesed when I saw the price drop! So consider the line of Rogues before you buy anything else, I cannot stress more how old school this amp truly is sound, looks and performance.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Jiver

I'd say this: buy a multi fx unit to go with this amp. I have an old Zoom 505 I bought back in 97. I use that with a Dean Tonic S or...Read complete review

I'd say this: buy a multi fx unit to go with this amp. I have an old Zoom 505 I bought back in 97. I use that with a Dean Tonic S or Squier Supersonic. Point is: the clean sound is good for a Solid State Amp. The Distortion/Overdrive on Ch. 2 is "ok". More O/D than Dist. If you play a Classic Rock or Blues sound, with the Reverb, it'll sound good. But really, I'd use a Multi FX, or a Tube Dist. Pedal. Like the Arion Tubelator or Ibanez Tube Screamer. To give it a smooth dist/o/d sound. My experience is just that; using the Zoom, Arion, or Ibanez. Any other pedals, well, you'll get a acceptable sound. That's it. Overall, it's not bad. Not a bad amp at all, really. I'd replace the stock speaker with something better.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Good amp dont listen to eveyone else

By gibsonlesdude

from cali

I've used this amp and it was very loud and didnt seem to have any down sides i would buy this amp and would recomend it to anyone. My band is hardcore punk so we have to be loud and we had a gig and this is all we used and it was really loud and everyone wanted to know where i got it.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

All brawn no brain

By Parker410

from Dearborn, MI

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I bought this amp looking for something with power. This amp has that, but not much more. the distortion channel is ok, but the gain control is useless. There is a gain control on the clean channel too, and like the distortion it is useless. the clean channel itself isn't very good with my ibanez, and the reverb really does nothing. It's more like a muddy rattling sound than actual reverb "presence" is just as useless It is a pretty sturdy amp, ok to sit on. There is a jack on the back, makign it easier to transfer the speakers to a different amp. I put these speakers on my crate, and it is good. Only buy if you want cheap power.

 
3.0

Just an okay combo

By Civil D

from AZ

Decent amp, nothing great about it. Reverb not so good. The two channels are cool, wish it was louder for 50-watts. Clean channel sounds good, overdrive channel muds up when cranked.

 
5.0

Lots of power w/great gain channel for a pedal 2

By THE MASTER-IQXgs

from Madison, OH

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really pissed to see it for $100 but its priced what it should have been when I bought it now. Amps are ridiculously overpriced now days I'm disgusted but what can ya do so I'm glad to see a 50 wtt 12 for a $100. Lots of power with a very vintage,tube sounding gain channel great for matching with a pedal(tube scrmer,fzzface, tubulator,exc.) The speakers clarity and frequency responce is quite excellent giving you thunderous bass and ultra clear highs, I wouldn't worry about blowing it! I have had mine for about a year so I was fortunate to get it with the gold face for the vintage look because thats totally what it was designed to be and become. Its worth a hundred bux easy when compared to other amps and you can gig with it in decent sized clubs but nothing too extravigant(bars,open mic nights,exc.) Though I must add with the a pedal it certainly screams enough to damage your ears set below 10. I only scored it low in the value section because honestly it should be going for $80 and A crate single 12 should be $125 and thats simply not just an opinion but again, what can ya do? When it comes down to it I'm glad I bought this amp because it was priced decently at the time and is old school like most amps should be today but aren't. In short buy this amp! The only thing close to it is the Behringer with a ten and 30 watts but nothing beats vintage style and design which the behringer has the look of but is very modern in features. A pedal, two wires and this thing doesnt get any simpler and is bound to become a classic I would hope. This amp represents what amps should be more like today. Simple, affordable, classic style and high performance. I would recomend buying this amp for any style music you may play. oh and for another hundred bux you can pickup its big brother with a second 12 and fifty more watts which is whats got me cheesed when I saw the price drop! So consider the line of Rogues before you buy anything else, I cannot stress more how old school this amp truly is sound, looks and performance.

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

For its price, it's pretty good

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

I bought this a couple of months ago, thinking that I would be able to hear myself over the drums. Of course, this didn't happen. It is pretty loud to just play by yourself in a small room, but if you play with drums, this isn't for you.

 
4.0

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By epi999

from cheshire, CT

Great amp for a small price!

 
5.0

awesome amp

By FenderPro80

from florida

it has great sound and can hold distortion with out the speacker cracking

 
5.0

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By Jeremy-iOscB

from Wise, VA

Great amp for the money, plenty of power and good sound.

 
5.0

Great light-weight Amp

By Diomedes

from Mesa, Arizona

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Just received this amp a couple of days ago and I am quite impressed with the sound quality and volume coming from its 12 inch speaker - and the price is absolutely the best.

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Review

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

this amp is as sweet as some persons flared nostrols

 
4.0

Good basic Amp with good basic features

By judgebear69

from California

The dimensions "21 H - 22 W -14 D" are NOT correct! They are really "19 H - 18 W - 11 D". Not as big as the ad says. That's my only complaint. Everything else is fine. Great for practice, small gigs, home recording.

 
5.0

decent

By jake mckenzie

from south jersey

it gets me through,and for the price its worth it

 
5.0

This is a great amp for the price.

By Oskivan

from San Jose, CA

I'm a neophyte guitarist, and my Rogue is just perfect for practice at low or high volume, and you can't beat the deal .My brother-in-law has a Behringer Ultratwin tube amp, and the sound of the Rogue is definitely comparable.

 
2.0

O.K. For beginners

By Aodell_2007

from Warsaw, IN

This amp is very cheap - in more ways than 1. As far as the quality, you are getting a great deal for the money. You pay a low price for an amp, your going to get a low quality amp. That is what this is. I would definatly recommend this amp for BEGINNERS. Other than that, I would suggest saving your money, there are many better amps out there. The clean sounds good, but the overdrive doesn't get loud at all. This definately puts enough sound to practice in your bedroom and make your parents mad..

 
3.0

Jiver

By Jiver

from Inland NW

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I'd say this: buy a multi fx unit to go with this amp. I have an old Zoom 505 I bought back in 97. I use that with a Dean Tonic S or Squier Supersonic. Point is: the clean sound is good for a Solid State Amp. The Distortion/Overdrive on Ch. 2 is "ok". More O/D than Dist. If you play a Classic Rock or Blues sound, with the Reverb, it'll sound good. But really, I'd use a Multi FX, or a Tube Dist. Pedal. Like the Arion Tubelator or Ibanez Tube Screamer. To give it a smooth dist/o/d sound. My experience is just that; using the Zoom, Arion, or Ibanez. Any other pedals, well, you'll get a acceptable sound. That's it. Overall, it's not bad. Not a bad amp at all, really. I'd replace the stock speaker with something better.

 
4.0

Can make a difference

By low_notes

from Florida

This amp it's ok it doesn't have a good sound quality because it has just one speaker but it make a lot of noise if you want want a hard bass notes and a crunchy high pitch.

 
5.0

goodamp rogue

By fender420420baby

from charlotte, nc

very awesome, very sturdy, very loud, very much quality

 
4.0

Can't beat the price...

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

As a somewhat casual guitar player, I bought this amp figuring it would serve my casual needs well. And it has. The clean channel, despite complaints, is good for you what you pay for. Its distortion is perfect for a punk/metal band. It has a hard time matching the classic rock/blues feel, though. And Unfortunately, it lacks in volume for a 50 watter. But, using the Rogue pedal, or if you have the cash, a Boss, it's a major steal. I highly recommend this amp for the casual, semi-serious guitar player. Keep in mind, I am a cheap guitar player (I still use my Squier Strat and Tele), and with these, it still produces a good sound that really doesn't sound cheap. If you could care less, stick with your practice amp, if you're in a band and want something to match your buddy's Fender 65W, pick this and a pedal up and it will serve you well.

 
3.0

erm...

By Effed Over

from st. louis, mo

it's a good amp for the money, but it kinda sucks. rogues are kind of cheap in quality, and it sounds pretty cheap to me. but if you need something more than the little starter amps that come in the little kits (squier packages), then this just might be worth it.

 
4.0

Great for small gigs

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Recently i played a gig and this amp really impressd the crowd. what it may lack in volume it makes up with its overdrive and distortion.

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