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Rogue RG120R 120 Watt 2x12 Guitar Combo with Reverb
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A monstrous 120W power section drives a pair of 12" Eminence-designed speakers via clean and lead channels for roof-raising volume. Features include ...Read More
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Big power with plenty of tone tweakability!
A monstrous 120W power section drives a pair of 12" Eminence-designed speakers via clean and lead channels for roof-raising volume. Features include dual inputs; an independent clean channel volume; lead channel gain and volume controls; bright and boost switches; 3-band EQ; reverb and master volume controls; headphone and send/return jacks; and a footswitch jack for reverb, boost, and channel select.
- 2 - 12" Eminence-designed speakers
- 2 channels
- Dual inputs
- Independent clean channel volume
- Lead channel gain and volume controls
- Bright and boost switches
- 3-band EQ; reverb and master volume controls Headphone and send/return jacks
RG120R 120 Watt 2x12 Guitar Combo with Reverb
- 30-3/4"W x 24"H x 14-1/2"D
- 52 lbs.
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Most Liked Positive Review
Well, it took forever to get here (which is UPS's fault) but I finally own this amp. I've read alot of the other reviews, and it seems as if your taking a...Read complete review
Well, it took forever to get here (which is UPS's fault) but I finally own this amp. I've read alot of the other reviews, and it seems as if your taking a gamble ordering one of these. Fortunately I got lucky. The first thing I noticed upon playing my first riff was the lack of EQ. It really doesn't shine in lows or highs, which is much better than having an overabundance of only one. The Equalizer isn't very responsive, though mids do sound quite nice. The distortion/overdrive is GREAT. It resembles Vox tube amps, at least that's what I hear. the cleans are quite clear as well. Your guitars true tone is definately muddied up along the way to the speakers however. I was very suprised as to how sturdy the construction was. This thing does weigh a ton though, wheels definitely should have been put on this thing.I have a bad feeling that the heads going to fry on me sooner or later, but hopefully I'll be proved wrong.
Most Liked Negative Review
This is not a bad amp for the guitarist on a budget. I've owned this amp for about a year now and I dislike it more each day. I play a mexican strat with...Read complete review
This is not a bad amp for the guitarist on a budget. I've owned this amp for about a year now and I dislike it more each day. I play a mexican strat with hot rails and my strat seems to be a little too hot for this amp to handle. What it makes up for in power it lacks in tone! It is a very muddy amp. The clean channel is not bad. I can run a stombox through it and be somewhat satisfied. But the distortion channel is horrendous. I thought this would be a good amp for home use but I was sorely mistaken. I've decided to upgrade the speakers in hopes that this will clear up the muddiness issue...but if not, I'll take the upgrade speakers out and trash this piece of junk. But for the dollars I guess you can't expect too much.
Reviewed by 73 customers
I pretty much love this amp. I've had it for almost 2 years now, and its still holding up great. Although the distortion isn't GREAT, its still good enough. Im getting a half stack pretty soon, but I'm sure ill still be using this a lot too. I love it!
Just some suggestions: this amp is a straight forward 120 watt, solid state one. The overdrive channel should be used for non metal rock, like classic, blues, and even some country rock. Use the clean channel with pedals or multi effects to achieve a better sound. The 3 eq's do alright. Get an EQ effects if you need more. I got one, and it's not bad at all. 120 watts has allowed me to be heard in a club setting. Even miked up. Get one if you can. Recommended!! Also got a amp stand, recommended as well. To be heard better overall. Get 'em; "put 'em in the cart!!!"
I've had this amp for a while, and before I had it my friend owned it. This amp is ok for practicing at a lower volume, and that's pretty much it. I play mostly metal (rhythm guitar) and it actually really sucks when you're trying to play with drums. It sounds like the speakers are blown when you play really loud--it breaks up BADLY. But like I said, its good a quieter volume, so it isn't bad for a practice amp. But if you want a good amp for gigs or whatever save up for something better.
This is my first Rogue product and i have to say i am simply amazed by the quality of this brand. and the price is not bad either. The clean channel sounds really well if you have the EQ right. I use this amp with Boss DS-1 distortion and it sounds great. The distortion on the amp sort of sucks so you should definitely get a distortion pedal with this. The reverb isnt bad but its eiter all or nothing. When you turn the reverb knob it doesnt really have an effect until you turn it to about 7.5. Overall I'm amazed by this product. Oh yeah and i forgot to mention ITS SO LOUD! And the fact that it has 2 inputs is pretty sweet because me and my brother can both hook up to it and have a dual. Another good feature is that you can sit on it while you play.
I use this for my electric piano. I was using an AC30 but found it not loud enough. The RG120R is my favorite amp.Though it is Made in China, so is my AC30 and most other amps. Very high quality through and through. I play in a classic rock band and need power and reliablity for every job! This amp works great.I put wheels on the bottom to ease the weight of this beast.If you need a great keyboard amp, this is the one. Why spend thousands when this will do it! It needs a cover available as an option. Currently there is no cover available.
This RG120R is a great amp overall. I have owned mine for almost three years now, and the first week I owned it, the reverb just stop working for some reason. But I didnt bother because I have an RP100A to back it up, but it would be a nice feature to have. It is a very loud amp, very senstive master volume knob. I never use the gain channel of the amp, I always have it on the clean channel. And then I just run my effects between the guitar and the amp. I love the two input sections, I put my guitar in one and my mic in the other, its really nice. Its a very nice studio amp. I like it alot. But its prolly the best for its price.
This is a super loud, cheap amp. Its good for any person who just got into guitar and wants to get better. I play this with just an Line 6 Uber metal distortion pedal and it sounds great.The gain on the distortion channel is poor, so make sure to get a distortion pedal with it.
So i've owned this amp for well over a year. I consider it my first amp, besides my stupid walmart amp, and its held up well. As long as you treat it well there are no problems. Its held together nicely. The features are pretty minimal. It has a built in distortion which does ok for soft rock but if you want a dirty distortion you gotta get an effects pedal. The clean channel is pretty nice. Its a little clunky but it still sounds good, just get an equalizer and you can solve that little problem. The built in reverb sounds great on clean but is over powered by any distortion added to it. Overall i like this amp. It gets super loud and is great for jammin with my band. You just gotta get some effect pedals for it and it does rather well. It has some ports in the back to plug in some foot switches, but there are no switches made for this thing. wtf? but its still a great product and a great buy.
I bought this amp a few months ago to use along with my other combo amp so I could better utilize a stereo chorus. The amp has a good clean sound and has plenty of volume. I use a distortion box for the dirty sound. Basically, I bought it to avoid having to lug big cabinets and heads around. Well worth the money.
This amp is amazing. You can crank it up and it still sounds beautiful. Would be nice if the knobs weren't plastic, but it doesn't really matter. The lead/distortion channel isn't really much good at all. Buy pedals for this, don't count on the amp to do it for you, its not very good quality. The clean channel sounds great though. Like I said, it can get really loud if you want it to. I don't think I'll ever use all that power.