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      A price that makes it easy to become a bass player.

      You won't believe the great sound and consummate playability of this sonic destroyer. The Rogue LX200B bass guitar features a maple neck, fast and friendly rosewood fretboard, covered traditional-style split and single-coil pickups, 2 volume and 2 tone controls, die-cast machine heads, and black hardware.

      Case sold separately

      Features

      • Basswood dual cutaway body
      • Bolt-on maple neck with rosewood fingerboard
      • High-mass adjustable saddle bridge
      • J-style humbucker bridge pickup
      • P-style split coil neck pickup
      • Dual volume and tone controls
      • Die-cast tuners
      • Black Hardware
      • Case sold separately

      Order today and start learning those bass lines.

       

      LX200B Series III Electric Bass Guitar Specifications:

      • 34" scale length
      • 24 frets
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      RogueLX200B Series III Electric Bass Guitar
       
      4.0

      (based on 17 reviews)

      Ratings Distribution

      • 5 Stars

         

        (8)

      • 4 Stars

         

        (4)

      • 3 Stars

         

        (3)

      • 2 Stars

         

        (1)

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        (1)

      100%

      of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

      Pros

      • Good feel (5)
      • Fun to play (4)
      • Good pick up (3)
      • Good tone (3)

      Cons

      • Fret buzz (4)

      Best Uses

      • Jamming (5)
      • Practicing (5)
      • Recording (4)
        • Reviewer Profile:
        • Experienced (4)

      Most Liked Positive Review

       

      This Bass Be FONKY!!!!!!!!

      I have this series bass in a white color. I like to experiment and think outside the box being a bassist for 25 years, so I changed out the regular 45-105 gauge strings...Read complete review

      I have this series bass in a white color. I like to experiment and think outside the box being a bassist for 25 years, so I changed out the regular 45-105 gauge strings and added some piccolo strings on it! (The 34" scale is a plus too!!) I play through a Beringer "UltraBass" 400W head, and two 2x10 cabs made by Peavey and Gallien-Kruger, a Zoom Z-3 Multi-effects processor/looper(with software), a Digitech BP-200, an Electroharmonix "Phaser/Flanger" Pedal, and a Dunlop CryBaby Wah Bass Pedal. There is VERY LITTLE adjustments I had to make to enjoy this bass....AND THAT'S WITHOUT ALL OF THE PEDALS!!!! The tone is crisp, and clear with lots of clarity that I need for soloing...(I'm a heavy Victor Wooten/Stanley Clarke/Marcus Miller/Jaco Pastorius fan). Yes, there is a little fret noise that you encounter, but it can be fixed with a noise gate on a good effects pedal, not to mention adjusting the action or height of the strings on the neck. As one of the earlier comments stated, "you do get what you pay for"....but if you don't mind adding a little more than what you bargained for, it's worth every cent that you spent on it!!! This is a good bass for beginners or professionals, in my opinion, but just like any instrument you play, it's up to YOU to make it sound worth something!!! Peace & Love!!!

      VS

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      Decent to start on

      I bought this after reading good reviews and watching a video on how it played. I wanted a secondary bass that I could leave in Drop C tuning for harder rock and metal. My...Read complete review

      I bought this after reading good reviews and watching a video on how it played. I wanted a secondary bass that I could leave in Drop C tuning for harder rock and metal. My main bass is much different and is a jazzier and blues style, so I needed something different. I figured this one would make the cut since it had everything I was looking for in a bass at a great price.

      This is a good instance of where you get what you payed for. Some products are inexpensive, and some are cheap. This, however, is cheap.

      When it arrived, the first thing I noticed was it wasnt the right color. I ordered the dark blue that I had seen all over the internet. Upon opening the box, my bass was a very light, almost sky blue, which is definitely not what I ordered or what was advertised. But it wasnt a huge deal, so I put that aside. Then I noticed the condition it was in. There were a couple of dings and scratches in the finish, and it was covered in a good layer of dust and grime. Flipping to the back of the bass, there was a sticker that said "Assembled in 2008". I think that was where I shouldve turned away and sent it back, but I didnt. My mistake. I mustve gotten an old model or a "bottom of the pile" that had been shipped and returned a few times that they wanted to get rid of. I cleaned off the finish and whiped it down. I was feeling better about it now, so I plugged it up. I was aware from other reviews that the pickups are weak, and mine was definitely no exception. I had to turn my amps volume to max and the pickups all the way up to get it to the volume I wanted. After getting considerable fret buzz, I messed with the action for a while. I got it to where I liked, but still got alot of fret buzz. I inspected the fretboard only to find it was cheaply made. The board itself wasnt very flat. There were a few dips and bumps. In additon to that, the frets themselves were very cheap. None were uniform or even at all. Several were almost flush with the wood while others stuck out too far, some were round-edged while some were squared almost. It took a few hours of sanding and testing and tweaking to get it into playing condition. After that, I couldnt return it so I decided to ahead, I mean, for the price I payed, why not?

      I stopped by my music store and bought a set a heavy guage DR-DDT strings, put them on, and tuned it down to Drop C. I messed with the amp setting for a while and I started to like it. Though weak and not very clear, the pickups do growl with a very gritty tone, perfect for the playing application I wanted. The highs and mids project with a solid low-end. I may end up swapping out the pickups for more power and clarity.

      I regret not returning it for a better model, but for now, I reasonably pleased with how it plays after I've broken it in.
      For the price, it has some pretty good features such as a P/J configuration and black hardware.

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      5.0

      Exceptional for the money

      By Bryan-JUJJJ

      from Orange Park, FL

      About Me Professional Musician

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Good Set Up And Action

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Beginner Intermediate

        Comments about Rogue LX200B Series III Electric Bass Guitar:

        Great craftsmanship. Set up out of the box. Bought for my son to start on. I like it myself. This will satisfy most intermediate players. Best bass for the buck!

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        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        4.0

        This Bass Be FONKY!!!!!!!!

        By BassKilla

        from 3rd Coast, TX

        About Me Professional Musician

        Pros

        • Fun To Play
        • Good Feel
        • Good For Soloing
        • Good Pick Up
        • Good Tone
        • Nice punch

        Cons

        • Fret Buzz

        Best Uses

        • Jamming
        • Piccolo Soloing
        • Practicing
        • Recording

        Comments about Rogue LX200B Series III Electric Bass Guitar:

        I have this series bass in a white color. I like to experiment and think outside the box being a bassist for 25 years, so I changed out the regular 45-105 gauge strings and added some piccolo strings on it! (The 34" scale is a plus too!!) I play through a Beringer "UltraBass" 400W head, and two 2x10 cabs made by Peavey and Gallien-Kruger, a Zoom Z-3 Multi-effects processor/looper(with software), a Digitech BP-200, an Electroharmonix "Phaser/Flanger" Pedal, and a Dunlop CryBaby Wah Bass Pedal. There is VERY LITTLE adjustments I had to make to enjoy this bass....AND THAT'S WITHOUT ALL OF THE PEDALS!!!! The tone is crisp, and clear with lots of clarity that I need for soloing...(I'm a heavy Victor Wooten/Stanley Clarke/Marcus Miller/Jaco Pastorius fan). Yes, there is a little fret noise that you encounter, but it can be fixed with a noise gate on a good effects pedal, not to mention adjusting the action or height of the strings on the neck. As one of the earlier comments stated, "you do get what you pay for"....but if you don't mind adding a little more than what you bargained for, it's worth every cent that you spent on it!!! This is a good bass for beginners or professionals, in my opinion, but just like any instrument you play, it's up to YOU to make it sound worth something!!! Peace & Love!!!

        Comment on this review

        (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

         
        4.0

        Good Beginner Bass

        By thedude

        from Kalama, WA

        About Me Experienced

        Pros

        • Fun To Play
        • Good Feel
        • Good price

        Cons

        • Cheap Strings
        • Fret Buzz

        Best Uses

        • Jamming
        • Practicing
        • School Bands

        Comments about Rogue LX200B Series III Electric Bass Guitar:

        This was my very first bass seven years ago. While I have moved up since then, I do keep this one around for noodling on. While it isn't the best one out there, it isn't all that bad, especially for just starting out. Running it through a Rumble 75 yields a pretty good sound, and the P and J pickups, while not the highest quality, have a nice tone range. I would definitely recommend this to anyone who's starting out on bass or is on a budget. It certainly gets the job done.

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        (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

         
        3.0

        Good for the price

        By Lindsey

        from Baltimore, MD

        About Me Experienced

        Pros

        • Good Feel
        • Good Pick Up
        • Good Tone

        Cons

        • Fret Buzz
        • Headstock Craftmanship
        • Nut Craftmanship

        Best Uses

        • Jamming
        • Practicing
        • Recording

        Comments about Rogue LX200B Series III Electric Bass Guitar:

        I bought this bass because well, I just needed a new one since mine currently has some problems that I need to fix up. Being that I play mostly heavy metal, metal and punk, I thought this bass would be a good idea. I was partially right. I should also mention that I bought colored strings to go with it because I simply liked the look.

        When my bass got here, I took it out of the box and decided to change the strings. Much harder that expected. The string holes in the bridge are smaller than your average string so putting my new strings in was a pain.

        Along with the string problem, the truss rod needed to be elevated more. And that resulted in having to take the D-string off of the nut and unscrew part of the headstock, just to get to the truss rod. When I actually got to the truss rod, that thing was covered in dust and not to mention I could barely fit the Allen wrench into the rod.

        After that was fixed, my bass was ready to go. So, despite the problems - I would recommend this bass to someone who knows what they're doing or someone who knows a good place to get their bass fixed if it has these issues.

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        (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Great buy for the price!

        By Gabe

        from Colorado Springs

        About Me Experienced

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Fun To Play
        • Good Feel
        • Good Tone

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Jamming
          • Practicing
          • Recording

          Comments about Rogue LX200B Series III Electric Bass Guitar:

          I was a actually really surprised by this bass. I decided to buy it to record some bass tracks for a few demo songs I'm working on. And was definitely pleasantly surprised by the sound I can get from this. Not the best thing in the world, but for the money it's a no brainer. The only thing I would have to say is that the stock strings are terrible, but once you put some beefier strings on it, it gets even better.

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          (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Awesome Bass!

          By Extreme Metal Enthusiast

          from California, USA

          About Me Experienced

          Pros

          • Fun To Play
          • Good Feel
          • Good Pick Up
          • Great Clean Tones
          • Great Distorted Tones
          • Note Clarity
          • Quality Hardware
          • Solid Electronics
          • Well-Rounded Tones

          Cons

          • Fret Buzz

          Best Uses

          • Jamming
          • Practicing
          • Recording
          • Rock Concerts
          • Small Venues

          Comments about Rogue LX200B Series III Electric Bass Guitar:

          Right out of the box I knew this was the new bass for my band's recordings.. It might be only in the $100 range & it's not one of those "you get what you pay for" kind of vibes to me. It's more like "this is a new line of guitars by an underrated fresh brand" Rogue might not be heard of much but they put together a hell of an instrument for the price.

          I've played it for a day now & started jamming on some songs I made, to my surprise the playability & action of the neck is awesome. Easy to maneuver, even with faster/more extreme styles of music.

          The only con for me is the fret buzz, but that's easily fixed with the hex wrench provided with the bass (not as described) also coming with a practice cable about 4 feet long.

          All in all, I highly suggest you buy this bass! Its playability alone will match any Bassist's needs, as well with tone. Jazz/Rock/Metal/Punk etc etc, this is a good bass.

          666/10!!

          *Especially reccomended to more extreme metal musicians*

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          (4 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

           
          1.0

          beautiful

          By jon maguire

          from Undisclosed

          Comments about Rogue LX200B Series III Electric Bass Guitar:

          I would certainly recommend this bass to any beginner or returning enthusiast.
          This bass is quite simply outstanding. It is in short, fast, comfortable and beautiful. After many years away from playing, the LX200B warrants the great feeling of getting back on the strings.

          Comment on this review

          (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

           
          3.0

          Decent to start on

          Comments about Rogue LX200B Series III Electric Bass Guitar:

          I bought this after reading good reviews and watching a video on how it played. I wanted a secondary bass that I could leave in Drop C tuning for harder rock and metal. My main bass is much different and is a jazzier and blues style, so I needed something different. I figured this one would make the cut since it had everything I was looking for in a bass at a great price.

          This is a good instance of where you get what you payed for. Some products are inexpensive, and some are cheap. This, however, is cheap.

          When it arrived, the first thing I noticed was it wasnt the right color. I ordered the dark blue that I had seen all over the internet. Upon opening the box, my bass was a very light, almost sky blue, which is definitely not what I ordered or what was advertised. But it wasnt a huge deal, so I put that aside. Then I noticed the condition it was in. There were a couple of dings and scratches in the finish, and it was covered in a good layer of dust and grime. Flipping to the back of the bass, there was a sticker that said "Assembled in 2008". I think that was where I shouldve turned away and sent it back, but I didnt. My mistake. I mustve gotten an old model or a "bottom of the pile" that had been shipped and returned a few times that they wanted to get rid of. I cleaned off the finish and whiped it down. I was feeling better about it now, so I plugged it up. I was aware from other reviews that the pickups are weak, and mine was definitely no exception. I had to turn my amps volume to max and the pickups all the way up to get it to the volume I wanted. After getting considerable fret buzz, I messed with the action for a while. I got it to where I liked, but still got alot of fret buzz. I inspected the fretboard only to find it was cheaply made. The board itself wasnt very flat. There were a few dips and bumps. In additon to that, the frets themselves were very cheap. None were uniform or even at all. Several were almost flush with the wood while others stuck out too far, some were round-edged while some were squared almost. It took a few hours of sanding and testing and tweaking to get it into playing condition. After that, I couldnt return it so I decided to ahead, I mean, for the price I payed, why not?

          I stopped by my music store and bought a set a heavy guage DR-DDT strings, put them on, and tuned it down to Drop C. I messed with the amp setting for a while and I started to like it. Though weak and not very clear, the pickups do growl with a very gritty tone, perfect for the playing application I wanted. The highs and mids project with a solid low-end. I may end up swapping out the pickups for more power and clarity.

          I regret not returning it for a better model, but for now, I reasonably pleased with how it plays after I've broken it in.
          For the price, it has some pretty good features such as a P/J configuration and black hardware.

          Comment on this review

          (1 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

           
          2.0

          Bogue Rogue

          By Bob Marsh

          from San Francisco Bay Area

          Comments about Rogue LX200B Series III Electric Bass Guitar:

          I borrowed a frined's Rogue fretless for a while and played a few gigs with it and really liked it. So I decided to buy my own as I really needed a bass I could take to gigs, since I couldn't get my upright in the car. Now I'm sorry I didn't wait for another deal to arrive at a music store close to me. As I say I should have really sent it back right away due to the poor quality work on the finger board. They never should have sold a guitar in that condition. Clearly a manufacturing flaw., But I knew I could fix it, so didn't mind too much. Now I got an ax that is useless, until I pay someone to fix the electronics.
          The features like the pick-ups and volume and tone controls seem to be adequate except for the malfunctioning of some electronic part that makes the volume fade away. Cheap is cheap as sometime doesn't work well. Supplying round wound strings doesn't seem right to me, but I suppose they are cheaper than flat wounds
          Big planing chatter mark on the finger board. I should have returned this bass right away, but didn't want to be bothered with the hassle and decided to fix it my self as I used to be a luthier in the old days and it needed some set up work anyhow and I decided I really needed flat wound strings. (the round wound which came with it, which is really pretty stupic to supply them with a fretless, dug in to the finger board right away) So I spent the time filling in the spot and sanding it down. The finger borad was uneven anyhow. It took me a while to set up the action, file down the slots in the nut, get the new strings in. (the holes were too small to easily accomodate the slithgly larger diameter flat wounds). So I finally got it done well enough to play and was rehearsing with a new group when the volume started to fade away. Checked all kinds of different connections and amps and the problem is definitely internal in the electronics. Probably not a big problem, but I don't know electronics very well so I will have to pay someone to do this.
          Not really worth it to me when you add up all the time I spent working on it only to have the elecgtronics go out on me. I should have spent another hundred or so and gotten a decent used instrument.

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          (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Unbelievable Value

          Comments about Rogue LX200B Series III Electric Bass Guitar:

          I'm a guitarist who recently decided to buy a bass to fool around with and record some simple bass lines when an actual bassist isn't available, and when I saw the price of this instrument I couldn't resist. I've messed around on friends' basses in the past, and honestly this instrument sounds justas good to me but cost less than half as much as the ones I've played in the past. I've been very pleasantly surprised by it.

          Whether you're a beginner just starting out, or an experienced bassist looking for a "beater" instrument to just throw in the car and take with you wherever, I would highly recommend the LX200B. I seriously doubt you'll find anything else that sounds this good and plays this smooth for less than $300.

          TL;DR This bass is awesome for the price. If you're thinking about buying it, you should just go ahead and do it. It's so cheap...why not?
          This bass features a split-coil neck pickup and a single coil bridge pickup, each with a volume and tone control allowing you to really manipulate the sound. The tuning keys are large and easy to turn, and this bass stays in tune nicely. Large cutaway for easy access to upper frets.
          I haven't owned this bass for very long, so I can't comment on its long-term durability, but out of the box this bass feels solid, sound great (once you tweak your settings a little to eliminate buzz), and it plays really smooth. The volume and tone controls work well.
          More bang for your buck than any other bass I've played.

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