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Rogue HH Ash Set-Neck Electric Guitar
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The Rogue HH Ash Set-Neck Electric Guitar has the features guitarists ask for. The pickups were designed by long time guru Bill Turner, co-founder of...Click To Read More About This Product
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Unique body shape with generous attributes at a remarkably low price.
The Rogue HH Ash Set-Neck Electric Guitar has the features guitarists ask for. The 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 (use the PDF Specifications link to see the diagram).
Unheard of in this price range, the Rogue HH has a ash body with a set maple neck and compound radius rosewood fingerboard. 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.
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 affordable 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
- 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 expected to not like this guitar, but I needed one with humbuckers for an upcoming project. I also ordered a les paul special because I was sure it would out perform the rogue in build quality and tone. They arrived one day apart from each other. Right out of the box, the rogue was set up and intonated properly. The strings were too light for my liking, but that was an easy fix.The finish was "open pore", which I love, although I wish the grain weren't obscured on top where it meets the neck. That is my ONLY complaint. The pickups in standard humbucking mode are nearlyindistinguishable from the faded yellow lp special. Now for the really cool part: the switch! The switch is five position, and allows for thenormal neck/both/bridge arrangemnts, but the other two positions are tapped to sound like single coils and one of the sc positions quacks like an out of phase strat. I should mention here, that the bridge position in humbucker does have a tele bridge quality, but a bit thicker.My only complaint is that the neck is thinner than the lp special, and thinner than any other guitar I've ever owned, with the exception of an old sg.The rogue hh with the open pore finish is so versatile, I may be able to overlook the thinness of the neck and just try to get used to it. If I keep the lp special, it is only snob factor.A flush top mount tremolo would be cool.
Right out of the box this guitar is beautiful. The strings were a little aged so I changed them out with some Musicians Friend 10's. There was not a spot of blemish on this guitar. The fret ends are perfect. When I plugged it in my amp(Peavey Delta Blues)that's when the magic started. Good low end on the neck pickup and clear highs on the bridge pickup. This guitar will probably play every style of music well except metal. Wish I would have had one of these 40 years ago when I started playing.
This realy is a very nice guitar. I was very nervous waiting on this one as I know nothing about Rogue guitars. This guitar is very straight forward and simple. I still gave it a 5 on features because the 5 way pickup selection on this thing is awesome. You actualy get 5 usable tones. Also I like the simple look in a guitar, just a straight forward axe with much versatility. The fit and finish is nearly flawless. I absolutely love the look of this guitar, I got the natural finish. It looks so much better in person. In the pic it just looks like a piece of ash with a clear coat, kinda bland. That is not the case it does have a light sorta honey tint that makes it look so much sweeter then the pics. The neck joint is rock solid on this thing, as is the whole instrument. I can honestly say this guitar should last a lifetime. It is that solid. At first I was not impressed with the tone out of this guitar. However I was amazed at the quality of build. But I figured I may have to hot rod this with some new pups before I bought it. Now strange as this sounds it is like these pickups just needed to warm up. After a couple days playing around the pickups all of a sudded just bloomed and came to life. They sound pretty darn good. I may not even change them. I realy like the tones I am getting out of this thing. I f I do change out the pickups and pots it will have nothing to do with actual tone now, just personal prefference. This guitar sounds good. The neck on this thing is so comfortable and easy to play. I absolutely love this neck. One of the most comfortable easy to play necks I have ever held in my hands, very fast. No sharp frets at all, the frets are leveled and polished. No high or low frets, no buzz anywhere on the entire lentgh of the neck. The tuners are solid ( They are Grovers) I see no problems arising in this area. The pickguard also looks so much nicer then the pictures. The shell figuring in the pickguard and the truss rod cover are beautiful. The pickguard is also three layre may be hard to tell from photos. The hardware all seems solid and dependable. It does not look like a 150 dollar bridge and saddle set, but the finish is very adequate and loos fine. I had to set the intonation that was the only problem. But it was not that far off. Just 2 - 4 cents per string. It was a very quick fix with my Boss TU-12H tuner. Very good tuner by the way. The finsh as said was beautiful, I absolutely fell in love with it. The only very slight blemish is not a very biig deal. There is also a sort of tortoise shell look binding that runs along the neck, you cannot see it in the pictures. It looks very nice by the way. At the very bottom of neck about the 20th fret there is a slight blemish in the binding. It is very slight and you do not notice it unless giveing the guitar a inspection. Bottom line I have never seen a guitar of such nice quality at this low price. This guitar is easily worth twice the asking price. BUY ONE NOW!!! You know you want it. Oh and this guitar would make the perfect hot rod project guitar. perfectly solid and could handle road abuse, and ready for you to add your touches to make it your own.
I was looking for a inexpensive Les Paul for our studio and stumbled onto the Rogue HH with the set neck. The price was too low to pass up so I took a chance and bought one. When I took it out of the box I was suprised at the fit and finish and the feel of the neck. I was even more suprised when I plugged it in and played. The crunch and the attack is amazing for the price and it didn't feel like a Target guitar. I have owned a lot of Fenders and Gibsons over the years and still do but I coulnd't put this thing down, it was fun to play. It has the look and feel of a Les Paul Firebrand I owned but it's lighter. Also, I am a nut about fret finishing and neck adjustment but I didn't have to do a thing. The only thing I needed to do was change the strings, they were kinda cheesy. After that the guitar just ripped. I still can't beleive what I payed for this guitar.
Great guitar, almost ready to go out of the box. Needs new strings right away! Sounds good and stays in tune. I would recommend this for a first guitar.
I know this term is overused, but, OH MY GOD!!! I've been playing for forty years and have owned or played just about every guitar there is. My favorite is or maybe was, the Telecaster for it's ease, sound and playability but.. When this guitar got it here doubleboxed and I finally got to the guitar inside..oh man; the natural glossy finish is unbelievable. Not only is the body super well bookmatched but even the neck set in was matched to the body. I can't believe they took the time to match the maple grain with the grain of the body. I have a 335 Elite that I have always considered to be my most beautifully crafted intrument. This little Rogue HH Ash setneck rivals it's quality. After very slight intonation after a new set of D'Ad. strings, the sound and choice of tones with these fabulous pickups in phenomenal. I have played it through both solid state, hybrids and all tube amps and it just sings. On just the single coil setting, it sounds like my '62 Fender Stratocaster. Switched to bridge only humbucker, it mimics an old SG. On bridge/neck selector, it sounds just like my Les Paul Standard. I will be "giging" with this guitar a LOT. The compound radius neck feels like the Les Paul neck but the guitar is substantially lighter. This sweet jewel is probably going to become my main show guitar and frankly, since I have most other upper scale brands, I don't care what anybody might say about it being made in Indonesia. If I let anyone else touch this ax, they will instantly feel it's solid quality. It has a very deep gloss finish like Rickenbachers I have used. To top this all off, just before My wife and son bought this for me for my birthday (I picked it out though) Yes, it's THAT GOOD. I don't know if I got the "diamond" by chance but if you get one anywhere near the quality of mine,.
I've been playing a long time, own more than 30 guitars, and almost as many amps. I didn't think that this generic guitar would be nearly this good (I had to send back the bolt-on neck lipstick P/U version - had some body cracks and just wasn't that great), but this version is quite nice, and for the money, I can bang it around at your basic low paying-gig and not feel bad at all. I'm sure it will record well also.The only negatives are superficial: the open pore sunburst looks kind of funky up close, and the strings it came with need to be changed (as usual). This is not to take anything away from it though. As other reviewers have said, it sounds good, feels good, and IS fun to play.These minor negatives make no difference to anybody who loves to to play guitar though, and you'll probably love to play this guitar too.Nice job at a very reasonable price!!
This guitar is built solid. The whole guitar seems to resonate. The neck feels good and is easy to play. Nice pickups, they respond really well. This guitar does not feel cheap or sound cheap and it looks good
- added strap button for greater stability
- almost straight pull tuning
- nice quality, straight neck
- Nice tuners
- smooth volume and tone controls
- versatile, humbucker and single coil pickups
- Well balanced
The Pros say it all, this is a great value, high quality guitar. I now have all 3 versions and am very happy with each, the bolt on mahogany, the bolt on ash, and the set neck ash. After years of playing these, they are all still going strong.
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