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Rogue RB120 120W 1x15 Bass Combo
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Bolster your bottom-end with a big 120W of bass power pumping through a 15" Eminence-designed speaker. Input gain, treble, bass, and parametric-mid c...Click To Read More About This Product
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Thick tone in a small package.
Bolster your bottom-end with a big 120W of bass power pumping through a 15" Eminence-designed speaker. Input gain, treble, bass, and parametric-mid controls give you all the bite, bark, and boom you need. Front panel also features a master volume, line out, a headphone jack, a send/return jack, and a balanced/DI out with level control. Excellent as a practice amp, stage monitor, or small club rig.
- 15" Eminence-designed speaker
- Input gain
- Treble, bass, and parametric-mid EQ controls
- Master volume
- Line out
- Headphone jack
- Send/return jack
RB120 120W 1x15 Bass Combo
- 24"W x 28"H x 20"D
- 71 lbs.
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I've had this 120-watt amp now for about a year, at first I thought it may need a good break-in period to get a good low bottom sound, this thing has a massive...Read complete review
I've had this 120-watt amp now for about a year, at first I thought it may need a good break-in period to get a good low bottom sound, this thing has a massive 15" speaker that has the tone of a 6"x9" car audio speaker, it has loosened up a bit but it has a long way to go, I even tapped it to a fender cab with a folded 4/12" trap old bassman, type with that it sounded awesome, better than good sound with a decent speaker or speakers, it has been reliable and the controls are easy to see and tweek, if you are wanting something easy to move, ya` better buy an appliance dolly along with this beast, the slant back cabinet is great but it adds to the weight of this thing; all in all not too bad for the money, and it does the job, but if we start giggin` at a bigger club or room this amp will need a different speaker put in it for sure.
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I bought this model about 3 years ago when before Rogue changed their "logo" font and before the combo got its slant style. When I got it, it seemed great....Read complete review
I bought this model about 3 years ago when before Rogue changed their "logo" font and before the combo got its slant style. When I got it, it seemed great. After about a year of small gigs it was almost toast, the speaker went out the window, and the amp just couldnt produce good lows anymore. The eq and filters work great, however, at about half way up on the volume it seems to be maxed out. You can't hear much change after that. I have since ripped the amp out of the combo and built it a "case". The speaker is disposed of. I only use the amp when I'm practicing by myself, sometimes with others as well. Recommended for beginners and very light gigs. Not recommended for anything more than that.
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I bought this amp a few years back and its served me well for the style of music I play. Has much potential, and at the same time works great for vocals in a band if ur running short on a PA (nto recomended though). Only problem is after its been used for a while it begins to distort a little or get feedback wahtever you wana call it.
I got this amp out of desparation two years ago. The sound Quality of this amp is that of a dying animal. You can't get any type of warm, smooth, bass tone out of this amp. My first bass was also a rogue and it sucked as well. Basically Rogue is not the company to purchase musical equipment from. I suggest you just save up a little more money and get a fender or a peavey.
I bought this amp to leave at the church where I play every Sunday. I didn't want to worry about it being destroyed by kids during the week; I wanted an amp that sounded good enough for a church band. This amp is very good. It doesn't have any fancy features, but I have experienced excellent lows and o.k. highs. This amp projects at very low volume settings! I don't worry at all about this amp destroyed by unsupervised children at church because I got it for a great price. However, it is worth worrying about because it is an excellent amp for Sunday Christian Rock. I would buy it again for this purpose. It is very heavy (beware) and extremely solid.
This amp has helped me alot. I'm in my first band. This is my first big amp. It's sound quality isn't that great, but it is a pretty good amp. I think if you are just looking for an amp loud enough to play with a garage band, this is the one for you.
I first purchased the RB120 about 3 years ago. It had a straight back in that model. It was a good amp except that I get a 60Hz buzz which I was never able to overcome. I purchased this new RB120 on a Stupid Deal of the Day for a great price. The new model, with the angled back, has a larger baffle area and better ports. The sound is even better than the older RB120. I don't know what more you can expect out of a low priced bass amp. If you need more punch playing live, you can jack the amp into the PA system. This is a great amp for those like me on a budget.
I wasn't too sure about this amp; sometimes you can get burned on the low-end deals. However, I was pleasantly surprised when the box arrieved. It weighs a ton. The first custom thing I'm going to do is buy some wheels for it. However, when I plugged my bass in and listened to the sweet tones coming through the fifteen inch speaker, I knew that this amp was a keeper. I wish it had a extension speaker jack. However, it does have an effects loop, which I didn't realize when I made the deal. It may not stand up to the thousand-dollar rigs, but for the money its the Best Bang for the Buck. This amp is pretty loud! Good for small clubs, etc, all by itself. Good range of tone control, from fat sounds to bright. I was surprised in a pleasant sort of way.
I own an older Rogue model (the RB-120BT), and I've had very, very good luck with it. I've played out just about every week with it for the past three years, and it's never let me down. I pull the head out of the cabinet periodically for cleaning and the wiring and components look solid, if just a bit spartan. The output section is rather beefy, as are the heat sinks and power transformer. The stock 15" that comes with it is adequate for most work but I've recently upgraded that to an Eminence Basslite model, and it's made a already good thing sound even better. Don't know about the experiences of others with this amp, but I'm more than happy with it.
This amp is loud obnoxious and all around great! I have sat on it stood on it, and even jumped around on it, and it still works good as new! There is barely any feedback and no buzz. It made even the crappiest of crappy guitars sound okay. Now with this amp 50$ cheaper then what I bought it for, I would recommend it to anyone.
i bought this amp about 6 months ago and wasnt too sure about it. But when it arrived at my house and i plugged it in i was in awe. i thought that for the money its a great amp. i am very happy with it. if you are starting out and need an amp that will get you through this is deffinitly the amp for you.
I got this amp and didn't expect a whole lot from it. I was blown away when I heard the awesome sound. This is a great amp for any level bassist.