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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 ...Click To Read More About This Product
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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
- Footswitch jack for reverb, boost, and channel select
- 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'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.
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!
Bought this amp 'cause I did not have the extra Money to get a Fender R212. It is loud; The reverb is about non-existant. There is three mono plugs in the back for Channel/Gain/Reverb: but NO-One makes a footpedal for it: So I had to make my own.I run a Multifunction footpedal thru it like everyone else seems to do on the clean channel. The amp has its flaws: but it is worth the asking price and is LOUD when cranked.
I recently bought this amp because I started playing guitar instead of bass in a band and I didn't want to always be using my freinds dads amp. This amo is LOUD! I turned it up to half and it shool my windows. The reverb and distortion are excellent. Although I think it should have come with a footswitch. But overall this is an incredible amp.
I bought this amp because it was the it was the most wattage I could find for the least amount of dollars. Feature-wise, it has what I need, which is a great clean channel, since I use a distortion pedal, so I do not know if the distortion channel is good or not. When I have my Keeley modded Metal Zone running through this amp, it is louder than everything else. I am in a band with another guitarist who has a Randall half-stack, and with the volumes only on 5 this amp is louder than his. The only problem is that it seems to feedback when the volumes go past 7, but its a minor problem since when its at 5 its plenty loud. The EQ is decent and so is the reverb, and in this price range, it is a great deal.
I don't understand why Rogue products get lame reviews... I own a Rogue RB30B bass amp, I've used a few other Rogues, and I gotta say I like 'em. If ya wan't an amp that's built well, sounds good, and won't break the bank, then Rogue is the way to go.
This amp is awesome...it's louder than anyone would need for little gigs no matter what kind of music you play! I play everything and it's awesome! I did pay less than this for it when it was cheaper on this site...but I got it for a steal..I love it!
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.
I got this amp for Christmas (Asked for) Because I was looking for a low-cost high power amp with a clean channel, and little to no effects, since I have a GNX4 Effects Processor. I got it today, (Today is the 25th of December :)) And I'm so proud of it, I think that I hear what everyone is talking about, They say they have a muddy sound and everything, so I tested it out, without the effects, and found that it did! Then I switched over to my GOOD guitar, and it lost that muddy gross tone, This amp is wonderful, but everyone who has reviewed it is using a piece of junk guitar, or horrible humbuckers/pickups in their guitars. This amp is worth the money.
I bought this amp looking to turn the volume up a notch, and did this ever do the trick! The clean channel on it is nice, really good sound. The distortion has a little to be desired, not very much trebel, but it can all be worked out with a pedal of some sorts. Great Buy!