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Rogue HH Ash Electric Guitar
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The Rogue HH Ash Electric Guitar has the features guitarists ask for. The humbucking pickups were designed by long time guru Bill Turner, co-founder ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Unique body shape with generous attributes at a remarkably affordable price.
The Rogue HH Ash Electric Guitar has the features guitarists ask for. The humbucking pickups were designed by long time guru Bill Turner, co-founder of EMG, and pickup designer for Fender's R & D department for 8 years. A 5-position switch with specialized combos provides an abundance of tone combinations including single coil sounds.
Unheard of in this price range, the Rogue HH Ash has a beautifully figured ash body with a maple neck and compound radius rosewood fingerboard. Ash is an open-pore wood, that is harder than mahogany and very resonant, imparting both ringing sustain and bright tone with a well-defined midrange. Grover tuning machines, an adjustable bridge and anchored tailpiece and 22 jumbo frets keep you playing, not adjusting and tweaking. Dual position strap buttons on the guitar's tail-end ensure you can get your axe right where you want it, plus they make it more stable when set on it's end.
Rogue has put equivalent efforts into this guitar's looks. Chrome hardware, a 3-ply shell pickguard, black and cream pickup bobbins and brown pearloid tuning keys broadcast high class. If you've been looking for an electric guitar with the right stuff at an inexpensive price, your search is over.
- Ash Body
- Maple neck with compound radius rosewood fingerboard
- 22 Jumbo Frets
- 3-Ply brown shell pickguard
- Chrome Hardware
- Dual strap buttons at butt of guitar for selectable strap adjustment
- Adjustable Bridge with Anchored-Tailpiece
- Grover Tuning Machines
- Custom designed Bill Turner pickups
- 5-Position switch with specialized switching combinations
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- 9-42's gauge strings
- Adjustable pole pieces on BT pickups
- 5-position switch:
- Position 1: Bridge pickup
- Position 2: Single coils from bridge and neck pickup
- Position 3: Bridge and neck pickup
- Position 4: Neck pickup coils in parallel
- Position 5: Neck pickup
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I purchased a blue/green mahogany Rogue HH in 2008 for practically a song. I intonated it, put some elixir 9/42's on, and used it often, alternating with my Carvin, Gibson, Fender, Michael Kelly, and numerous other guitars. Strangely, seven years later, the Rogue has become my favorite guitar because of its clean, noise-free output, pickup variations, balance, and overall playability. It sounds nice with any amp I plug it into, clean or distortion channels. I am now close to receiving a barely used, set neck, ash version of my old mahogany favorite... Life is good!
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I got this guitar when my Fender Strat broke and I had no money. I was amazed. Honestly this guitar was supposed to be a stand in until I had the money to get something better but since I got it I haven't even wanted another guitar. Can't believe that a guitar this good could be this cheap. Well done Rogue, Very well done!
I expected to have to file the fret ends, change the knobs etc. Nothing was necessary. The guitar was mint, beautiful and solid. The action is good; fit & finish are perfect. With a solid ash body, it's heavy, but you know you're not playing a toy.The only negative is the intonation on some of the strings is off, but with the adjustable bridge it should be a snap to fix.This is a great weekend or starter guitar. By foregoing a name brand you are getting 2 or 3 times the quality. Get it.
I bought this ash body with the open pore sunburst finish after I had bought the HH mahogany body Rogue. The ash body is lighter but everything else is as high quality as any of these guitars. Beautiful finish, I removed the pickguard to show off the finish. It looks and sounds like a roadhouse warrior. Great tone and sustain. Grover tuners that keep it in tune forever. These are solid, great guitars for beginners ('cause of the price) and the only guitar a working musician needs. I highly recommend this guitar.
Just because it does not have the big name or price tag does not mean anything. this is a serious working guitar that will treat you right, and I am not being paid to make compliments! Great tone and action make this a real contender. Just keep this a secret so the price stays low.
I took this guitar out of the box and tuned it up then played it. It seemed to be a decent guitar. After lowering the action and a little intonation setting, this guitar appears to be a very good instrument as well as a nice looking one. I bought it to have as a knock around guitar that i could use for lower paying gigs and to keep as a spare for my guitar students to use. The only problem is a small one and is that the body is a little heavier than i like, but other than that it is a very nice instrument for the price.
Being a bassist, I feel limited when playing alone. Because of this, I wanted to practice and learn to play a 6 string guitar again to play, and add to my collection. I took a chance by buying a guitar that was priced so low that it made you wonder how they could keep the price low while still offering quality. I was NOT disappointed when I first opened the packaging and plugged it in. It played very similar to a Les Paul, and the natural finish features the nicest piece of Ash wood I've ever seen! I would recommend this Rogue HH Ash to any player at any level of accomplishment.
The open pore sunburst version was reminiscent of an old Les Paul Jr.; lighter weight but still ballsy. The humbuckers added to the growl. The 5 way switch delivered 5 very usable tone variances