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Rogue SX100B Series II Bass Guitar
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The Rogue SX100B 4-string electric bass guitar is a great-playing little axe featuring a smaller, lighter body that shoulders everywhere will appreci...Read More
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Less heft with great playability!
The Rogue SX100B 4-string electric bass guitar is a great-playing little axe featuring a smaller, lighter body that shoulders everywhere will appreciate. It has a bolt-on, 34"-scale maple neck with a rosewood fretboard and dot inlays. Thick, durable, high-gloss finish on body, neck, and headstock. Chrome hardware. With split-coil pickup and tone and volume controls. A fine beginner instrument with less heft and great playability!
- 34"-scale bolt-on neck
- Chrome hardware
- Split-coil pickup
- Tone and volume controls
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Tough little bass
I have owned this bass for 5 years. I had to do some set up work on it when I got it; Tweaking the neck relief and intonating the strings. That might throw...Read complete review
I have owned this bass for 5 years. I had to do some set up work on it when I got it; Tweaking the neck relief and intonating the strings. That might throw a beginner, but get a friend with some knowledge, or a book at the store and it is just minor repairs. A musician should learn about those things anyway. I like and have P basses. The Rogue was meant to be a practice instrument but I got spoiled by the lightness of it and after I got it set up, the sound was really good. I tried it through several amps and in a good Fender amp, it'll put out deep sounds that'll digest your dinner for you! The only thing that ever broke on it was when my kid dropped it in the parking lot and broke a tuner. I replaced just that one and haven't had any other trouble. We've been carrying it around all over Texas without a case for 5 years. Roll up the treble and adjust your amp and it gets real funky modern sounding. I found it to be a good deal and a tough little bass. My daughter takes it away from me all the time to play in the youth praise band. Now she wants the 5 string Rogue.
Most Liked Negative Review
Don't DO IT!
I am a musician and I figured as an active musician and youth mentor buying things out my own pocket to teach kids. (I teach music for free to troubled kids)I wanted to...Read complete review
I am a musician and I figured as an active musician and youth mentor buying things out my own pocket to teach kids. (I teach music for free to troubled kids)I wanted to save myself a few bucks. I opened the box and noticed it was light as advertised. Great I thought! Some of my students are real small.Till I went to tune it to standers E and the peg broke off in my hand! I was not happy. Now I was out of pocket for new machine heads. Then It would buzz at any set up a child could play at. Disappointing to say the least. The pickup was not bad for the price, the knobs are plastic and feel cheap. The whole thing is just not quality. Mr Scary?s Advise is to never buy a Rouge product. I have tried Basses, and guitars from them, and ended up selling them at a bug loss at my local music store. You just get what you pay fore. Go with ESP they give you the biggest bang for your buck bar none!
Reviewed by 67 customers
After reading all the bad reviews on this bass I didn't want to get it, but this being my 1st bass I just wanted something cheap. You're not buying a "fancy" bass so don't expect fancy things, this is just a good beginner bass and there is absolutely nothing bad about it.
I bought this bass because I wanted a cheep light bass guitar, and that's what I got. Being an inexperienced bassist it seemed good for a while but after a month the tuning pegs started to rattle. The output has gotten loose numerous times. I have had it for one and a half years and am saving for a high quality bass. The reason I gave the value such a high rating is that it has never absolutely failed me.
I think this bass is great for a rock band I have played it for a while and it sounds great, the only con to this is you have to put the neck in place but thats not hard, I would recommened this to any band
If you're just starting out this bass is fine it will last you a few good months before it starts to mess up the volume knob loosens a little bit and something in the jack or input whatever it's called becomes loose also and it will cut out if you move around alot it's really lightweight,cheap and good for a beginner or someone who needs a quick back up i have been playing this bass since Nov.18 2009 and it lasted me to about last month before the jack input thing became loose but like i said before If you're just starting out this bass is fine it will last you a few good months
I had picked-up this little gem for a road-trip. I changed the strings and performed a few set-up adjustments (standard). I kept the original bridge on it. This bass has an excellent 'thump' to it along with a remarkable light weight and small size. The controls worked well. The neck was surprisingly well set. Over-all, a great fun bass for a silly price. Get one...
My brother bought this bass about 6 months ago. It was purchased on a budget to replace his Area Diamond Bass which fell apart on him. This bass is a GREAT value for the price. the tone is beautiful, even on a standard electric guitar amp. its very light and very portable. the hardcase which came included was very durable. I recommend this bass to beginner to intermediate players who are looking for a good value on a low budget
I've owned basses for 4 times the price and they don't compare to this one. If you're worried about something happening, then I suggest you buy the coverage plan. It only cost me $9.99 for the 2 year coverage plan. Thank you Musician's Friend, I love your company, and I love this bass!
This was actually my first bass I ever owned. To be honest, it was a dream come true. It played like a bass, sounded like a bass, and felt like a bass. But, the build was nothing but junk. The tuning knobs ended up losing its threading on the gears and it feels like a big hunk of plastic on a wooden neck. It only lasted me about 3 months before it fell apart. Do yourself a big favor and save money and buy a fender jazz bass or similar. It will last you years compared to this hunk of junk. Dont rock a rogue bass.
i bought this bass about 4 years ago while deployed in the middle east. for the money i paid it did it's job. the action is way to high when you get it, and the tone nob might as well not be there. on the good side it lasted in a sandy envirment that distroys everything. played though a good amp it sounds pretty good. definatly very playable as long as you stay seated the neck out weighs the body so if you let go it dives to the ground. all in all i would recomend it to someone else as a starter bass.
It was a little light on the QC. I had to send the first one back: the tuning machines are indeed cheap - One was already broken. If you are planning to play out, you might consider new ones. The jack is also cheap. Its not quite the right length, so it pops when you move the wrong way - also a replace job. If you are someone just starting out, and you don't have the bucks, this is a good way to get moving. You can't practice without a bass, and a few tweaks will make it yours. Good for the money. I didn't miss the second pick-up at all. I just pluck sharper for treble. Giving it to my daughter so she can experience the frustration full on! Comes with a cord too, but I didn't test it.