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Rogue LX200BL Series II Left-Handed Bass Guitar

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You won't believe the great sound and consummate playability of the Rogue LX200BL left-hand bass guitar. It's a sonic destroyer! This 4-string Rogue ...Click To Read More About This Product

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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 the Rogue LX200BL left-hand bass guitar. It's a sonic destroyer! This 4-string Rogue bass features an extended maple neck, fast and friendly rosewood fretboard, covered traditional-style split and single-coil pickups. The Rogue LX200BL also has 2 volume and 2 tone controls, die-cast machine heads, and black hardware.

FEATURES
  • Extended maple neck
  • Fast and friendly rosewood fretboard
  • Covered traditional-style pickups
  • 2 volume and 2 tone controls
  • Die-cast machine heads
  • Black hardware
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4.8

(based on 16 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

With just a little set up this thing is awesome!

I played a vintage Fender 77 P-Bass back in college. Recently, I decided to get back into bass playing. After reading the reviews, I thought this would be a low cost way to...Read complete review

I played a vintage Fender 77 P-Bass back in college. Recently, I decided to get back into bass playing. After reading the reviews, I thought this would be a low cost way to resume playing (and my wife wouldn't object, like she would if I bought a 600-1500 dollar instrument.) Right out of the box, I am impressed with this little bass. Is it a vintage Fender? Well, no. But it has decent action (after a set up), and the sound is not bad. I had to do some set up because the action (out of the box) was a too high for my tastes, and the intonation was out on two of the four strings. If you are used to doing your own set up, you know that adjusting for this is no big deal. The Rogue stock strings are a little wangy sounding for my taste, so I changed them out pretty quickly. I decided to go back to my old favorite type of strings, Fender flatwounds. I chose to go with the smaller gauge (I used to play 105s on my E string). For this bass, I used Fender light weight flatwounds 9050 L (E string is .95 gauge instead of the more common 100 that most stock basses carry). With the really low action and the good strings, this baby is really working out well. If I end up playing bass (instead of one of my other instruments) for a church service, this will do a more than respectable job. Even if I step up to a Fender Jazz Bass in a few months, I'll keep this, and string it with some kind of esoteric strings like Fender nylon filament round wounds to get an different sound out of it. I also bought a Musician's Gear tweed bass case for this bass, and it is working out fine, but the body of the Rogue is shallow, so I had to pad the lower bout with a folded towel so the neck would rest properly in the case. That's a small adjustment, and I like the Musician's Gear cases for my purposes. All-in-all I am very pleased with this little bass after just a few days of using it.

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?Ok?

I ordered this bass 2 years ago and played it a lot. When i got it my truss rod was bent completely the wrong way. Took that in got it fixed. Then my...Read complete review

I ordered this bass 2 years ago and played it a lot. When i got it my truss rod was bent completely the wrong way. Took that in got it fixed. Then my action prevented me from playing my B flat on my A string. Overall OK bass if your looking for a junk bass to practice on if your a beginner. Not recommended if you play it every day. Overall waste of money and time. Oh and i was playing it at pep band and it broke on me.

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5.0

Bang for the Buck

By Bone-bZMHu

from North Carolina

I have owned this bass (candy apple red) for a little over a year. Right out of the book it played well. I have found it is good for any variety of rock and it works particularly well for slapping and popping. For the price it is more than worth it. Your friends will be shocked by how little you paid for it and how good you sound. Rock on left-handed bros.

 
5.0

great bass

By Jcmbassist

from Brentwood, CA

I Am a bassist with a small budget. This is a very good bass. I used a ibanez gsr 200, but this bass is way better, and cheaper. :Dthe only thing I noticed on this bass is that the saddles need to be raise slightly and the stock strings leave gray residue on your fingers.

 
5.0

Great Beginner Bass

By sk92851

from St.Louis

Best bass guitar possible for the price! I have played bass guitars for double the price that aren't half as good as this. If you are a beginner or looking to start this is the bass for you

 
5.0

With just a little set up this thing is awesome!

By Rhythm Man

from Arkansas USA

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I played a vintage Fender 77 P-Bass back in college. Recently, I decided to get back into bass playing. After reading the reviews, I thought this would be a low cost way to resume playing (and my wife wouldn't object, like she would if I bought a 600-1500 dollar instrument.) Right out of the box, I am impressed with this little bass. Is it a vintage Fender? Well, no. But it has decent action (after a set up), and the sound is not bad. I had to do some set up because the action (out of the box) was a too high for my tastes, and the intonation was out on two of the four strings. If you are used to doing your own set up, you know that adjusting for this is no big deal. The Rogue stock strings are a little wangy sounding for my taste, so I changed them out pretty quickly. I decided to go back to my old favorite type of strings, Fender flatwounds. I chose to go with the smaller gauge (I used to play 105s on my E string). For this bass, I used Fender light weight flatwounds 9050 L (E string is .95 gauge instead of the more common 100 that most stock basses carry). With the really low action and the good strings, this baby is really working out well. If I end up playing bass (instead of one of my other instruments) for a church service, this will do a more than respectable job. Even if I step up to a Fender Jazz Bass in a few months, I'll keep this, and string it with some kind of esoteric strings like Fender nylon filament round wounds to get an different sound out of it. I also bought a Musician's Gear tweed bass case for this bass, and it is working out fine, but the body of the Rogue is shallow, so I had to pad the lower bout with a folded towel so the neck would rest properly in the case. That's a small adjustment, and I like the Musician's Gear cases for my purposes. All-in-all I am very pleased with this little bass after just a few days of using it.

 
5.0

Best bass ever

By Rouge2

from Detriot

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I got this bass a year and half ago when my buddies needed me to learn to play for them right away for their tour and let me tell you it's been nothing but a blessing. It hardly ever needs to be tuned and it's taken alot of beatings on the road and at the local shows but that hasnt changed a thing out of all my other axes this one has stood proud but you need a proper case to protect it.

 
5.0

im a new bassplayer

By myles724

from port st.lucie FL

mine jus came in yesterday.it looks and sounds very good exept the strings keep hitting the frets. im sure its not a big problem and hopefully can be fixed very easily .if ur a begginer i would deffinetly go with this bass

 
3.0

?Ok?

By Joseph3Strings

from Pekin, IL

I ordered this bass 2 years ago and played it a lot. When i got it my truss rod was bent completely the wrong way. Took that in got it fixed. Then my action prevented me from playing my B flat on my A string. Overall OK bass if your looking for a junk bass to practice on if your a beginner. Not recommended if you play it every day. Overall waste of money and time. Oh and i was playing it at pep band and it broke on me.

 
4.0

Not bad for its price and features

By PonyBoy-5BIn7

from Oroville, CA

This bass has been a good one for me to begin with. It is durable, easy to play, and relatively light. I play in an 80's hair metal band and I do a lot of tricks and swings and stuff and the bass body has held up really well. I like how the body feels when you play, smooth but at the same time not like butter when you sweat. This is a great bass for beginners or anyone who has tight budget like me.

 
5.0

shredtastic

By thelefty95

from Chester, CT

Great bass. The sound is good and the action is respectable. It can take a beating and dish it back out...love the durability and the price...did have a problem with one of the wires, but it was a five min fix with a sautering iron. Awesome bass overall.

 
4.0

Most Excellent

By Skinner-VceVl

from Cranston, RI

Aside from the fact I had a difficult time figuring out each knob (would be nice if they were labeled), It is a great bass to start on.

 
5.0

All right for the price.

By Soy

from Chicago, IL

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The Rogue LX200BL. My starter. When I first received it, the bridge was way too low and made a rattle, but they gave you an allen wrench to fix that. It's still a little rattly, but otherwise, this is a perfect bass to learn on.

 
5.0

Great to start with

By TOSYuan3195

from Pittsburgh, PA

about 6 months ago, i decided that i wanted to join my friends' band, when they just kicked their bassist out. so, i wanted to learn to play bass, and without too too much expense. after some looking around on THIS website, i found rogue lx200 had the best price and ratings overall. after ordering it and getting it, i gotta say im pretty happy with it. after changing the strings (they weren't that good, but not many of the strings that come with basses are off what i've heard) it sounded great. the only thing that is really a downside for it is that some parts of the bass start coming off a little bit, such as the one peg that you attach a strap to slowly wears down on the inside over time and the wood on the inside smooths, thus the nail keeping it in slides out. this can be easily fixed however by merely getting a longer nail, putting some gorilla glue/liquid nails in the hole, then screwdriving the nail in and letting it sit for a while. also, the little thing at the bottom that allows the end of a cord in so you can connect it to an amp (no idea what the name of that is...) will start to slowly untwist over time. simply turn it the other way and make sure it's tight every once in a while, and it works fine. Overall, i'd say that this is a very good bass that is great for beginners, with just a few minor flaws that are easy to fix.

 
5.0

My first and best bass

By Dan-WzXH3

from Portland, OR

This was my first bass and i could not have made a better choice, it sounds great! i have played in a couple of different bands and i must say that this bass can handle any musical style, although for jass you may want a jazz bass. the only change thing that ever gave me problem was the strings it came with, i highy recommend some flat wound srings when it comes time to get rid of the ones it comes with.

 
5.0

Awesome!

By dgreathouse81

from sistersville wv

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This bass is great! For the price, you can't beat it! The hardware is nice and smooth and very responsive. It also stays in tune very well. I play this bass at church every service and I love it. I have been playing for 12yrs. now, and this bass is just as good as any. Veteran or not, try it, you'll like it!

 
5.0

My first Bass guitar

By Benjamin Dover

from Bahgdad, Ca.

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I purchased this lefty bass guitar, 7-8 years ago, It really is a nice player in everyway,Back then i played with a full louder than hell rock band...this bass held up well, played through an ampeg stack, rattled my fillings, im writing this now cause I got it back out for using with my pro tools computer recording studio, works and looks as good as the day i purchased it.

 
5.0

Nice Beginner Bass

By slag

from Far West Texas

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After years of playing Low Brass Instruments in school, and then a few years of not playing anything I decided to pick up the electric bass. Wish there was a larger selection for lefties, also wish they had a 5 string version for lefties but oh well. For the price I was surprised at how nice this thing is, even the strings aren't bad. Very nice beginner bass, great sound. Probly down the line I'll slap on some new stings and maybe some active pickups..

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