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Rogue HH Electric Guitar
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The Rogue HH Electric Guitar has the features guitarists ask for. The pickups were designed by Bill Turner, co-founder of EMG and pickup designer for...Click To Read More About This Product
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Unique body shape with quality appointments and electronics at a remarkably low price.
The Rogue HH Electric Guitar has the features guitarists ask for. The pickups were designed by 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 solid mahogany body with a 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 strap on your axe right where you want it, and they make the HH more stable when set on it's end.
Rogue has put equivalent efforts into this guitar's looks. Chrome hardware, a 3-ply pickguard, and black pickup bobbins broadcast high class. If you've been looking for an electric guitar with the right stuff at the right price, your search is over.
- Mahogany Body
- Maple neck with compound radius rosewood fingerboard
- 22 Jumbo Frets
- 3-Ply black 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 coil from bridge and middle pickup
- Position 3: Bridge and middle pickup
- Position 4: Neck pickup parallel
- Position 5: Neck pickup
Reviewed by 29 customers
I have purchased several of the budget guitars offered by Musician Friend and I must conclude, this is the best value of them all (so far) based on the 2 months I have played it.1. The finish is flawless - I got the green/blue one.2. The Grover tuners are smooth and do not slip - good quality.3. The maple neck is straight, smooth, with nice, filed frets and comfortable to play. Mine arrived nicely set up.4. The twin tail strap buttons are a nice touch.5. It is fairly heavy but well balanced.6. The pickups and switch are very nice, providing a variety of humbucker and single coil options.One suggestion ..., separate volume controls for each pickup would multiply the tonal variations of this already exceptional value.Order some .09 Elixirs when you order yours and put them on immediately.
I've got agree with the other reviewers. I recieved the artic white version yesterday and the fit/finish is near flawless. Without a doubt the best out of the box setup I've seen on a sub $ guitar. The only thing I had to do was swap out the strings and then add a hair of relief to the neck (personal preference). It shipped with the neck dead straight and I was surprised to find ZERO buzzing anywhere on the neck even with the action down really low. The thin compound radius neck is great and mine didn't have a single sharp fret end. As others have mentioned, the stock pickups and the 5 way switching produce a variety of excellent tones. The Grover tuners are a HUGE plus as we all know this is where most budget guitars cut costs. These would fly off the shelves if they were sold in brick-n-mortar locations. Side by side with an Epi LP Special the Rogue would win everytime (except for those that buy on brand only).
I own 2 American strats a Les paul Standard and a PRS custom 24. None produce the sounds this thing can. Im not kidding! The pickups are absolutely amazing! I own the white and mine is flawless. The only issues I had were the normal out of the box string change and a few scratchy fret ends. Mahogany body, grover mini tuners, 5 way switching, slim neck profile with aged white position markers, this guitar is a steal. I use this guitar as my main axe every time for the comfort and sound!I learned that name brand isnt everything sometimes and if your worried people are going to laugh at your no name guitar just wait until they hear the sound it produces. Just cover the label with tape if it bothers you. Who cares? The name is cheap but the guitar isnt. I have not picked up my other guitars. This one duplicates them all in sound. Im considering getting another. Actually I will. Well worth the money. Best sounding axe I have ever played and playability is great too. String bending and movement is a breeze. For the $ not even the name brands come close in that price range or higher. Trust me. Extremely clean sounding and good looking guitar that stays in tune. Couldnt be happier.
With a renewed interest in music theory, I decided to pick up the guitar again after almost 30 years of not playing. I was, at best, an intermediate player using a Western style acoustic, so I'm not totally aware of some of the subtle differences between high and low end electric guitars. However, this instrument feels great- from the fretting, the diameter of the neck, to the weight. I've had it for a little over a week and have been playing every day- and amazingly it has stayed in tune (though I check it with an electronic tuner frequently) and sounds great with the strings it was shipped with. I patch it through my mixer with headphones to practice and the sound from the pick-ups is clean and clear. It's fun to play and I recommend any beginner looking for a great deal or experienced player looking for a good backup for practice to get one of these while they last.
I have been playing my new Rogue HH in Arctic White about 6 weeks. It stays in tune well, no fret buzzing, and required just minor tweaks on intonation. The finish is nice, although it's more of a creamy white than an arctic white. I like the pickups and 5-position switch, as they are capable of producing many different tones. As a first-time guitar player, I've been able to learn how to play at a price that didn't break the bank!
Received the Rogue HH in black for Christmas at my request.Right out of the box, the guitar was set up and ready to go. The action on the neck was great.I liked the fact that you can use 9 thru 42 guage strings on it and not overbend but bend very comfortably with a great sound, without any fret buzz.The 5 position pickup switch provides some really nice sounds too.BT Humbucker pickups and grover tuners too! Fantastic craftsmanship.I was totally impressed by this guitar. Fantastic guitar for the money, well worth it.Could very easily be ones main axe.
I just got this in the mail today, and I couldn't help myself, I just had to write a review. I personally own a Gibson SG standard, Fender American tele, PRS SE, and this is my fourth installment. I have played on and owned many, many other guitars in the past. I say this not to be showy, but to give you an idea of the types of guitars I OWN. Now, with that said. THIS ROGUE is FIRST IN COMMAND. I don't know how they do it, but I will pick this over any of my others when I'm in the studio or on stage. I feel that Rogue gets a bad rap as a "low quality" "low Budget" company. The low budget ....fine, but the quality is just as good if not BETTER than the big names in guitars. I AM soo blown away by this that I have told all my friends about it, and they laugh until they actually play it. There jaws drop at the raunchy/clean/crunchy/tasty sounds they get from this thing. They all thoght they had to pay thousands of dollars for a good sounding guitar. NOOO NOT ANYMORE. This is the most underrated guitar in the universe. It deserves a much higher price tag and much, much more respect. Rogue is my new favorite brand of guitars, and I AM NOT AFRAID TO TELL THE WORLD.
I bought this guitar as a second guitar to back my Fat Strat.I didn?t expect much for the price, but the reviews were good.It was ready to go out of the box. The pick ups are powerful & bright and the switching is great.You can go from Les Paul growl to Telecaster shimmer.It?s a great deal. I have had it for two weeks and I will do another review on how it holds up.
I own two Rogue guitars. One is like the one listed here, the other has an ash body. The one listed here with the solid mahogany body is a great guitar. Grover tuners keep it in tune, the pick-ups are really hot and the exceptional switch give you humbucker and single coil sounds.The jumbo frets make it very easy to use open tuning like B,E,A,D,F#,B or D,A,D,G,A,D. The finishes look great and they all have the tone and sustain of a LP. No kidding. If you're a biginner then this is the guitar for you. If you've been playing for awhile this guitar would make a great back up guitar or even your main guitar. I can't believe they can sell this quality of a guitar for such a low price and still make a profit.
This guitar has a great feel to it and includes many features i like about it. The sound is good, but i have noticed that it becomes untuned easily. Overall good starter.
My first electric that I've actually owned. Plays great, sounds great, and looks great. I got the blue metallic, but it almost looks green. Either way it's a sharp looking guitar.
This guitar is the perfect starter guitar. I've played squirers this is 10x better it has good sustain, the only thing wrong with this guitar is that the stock strings saux but a new pack costs $4, so thats the only problem. I'm really impressed with the pickups too.
I really love this guitar. It is so simple and has a variety of tone. Lots of sustain too. I just wish that they had one that has a floyd rose or a bigsby. I like Pink Floyd stuff, so I think I'm gonna buy a Fat Strat.
Great guitar 4 beginners is all I can say. Sounds great. Feels good playing it, but its a little heavy. Overall, the perfect guitar!
Thier claims are true. It's a guitar worth 3 times what thier asking for. I own a Gibson LP Starndard by which I judge all other guitars and for a cheap guitar this one looks and sounds all most as good as a LP. I kid you not. Anyone just starting to play should get this one. And, anyone who needs a great back up guitar this is the one. I practice with it a lot. All it needed when I got it was a better set of strings. I can't recommend this one enough, don't pass this up.
Great Guitar for the money, sounds excellent, looks beautiful, very nice. Great value.
I bought this guitar because I needed something inexpensive with two humbuckers. I searched around and couldnt find much that was worthwhile. I came across this in the catalog and noticed it had griver tuners and took that as a good sign. I took a chance and ordered it. All I can say is wow!! Ive been playing for 31 years and have had all types of guitars. I have never seen anything this good in this price range. I did not even realize it had 5 way swithching- nice bonus. It sounds and plays incredible!
After literally months of searching for what my wife and I were calling "the guitar of a lifetime", I bought one of these. Every review I read about these guitars is true. Key selling points are the pickups, pickup configuration, bridge, and tuners. Even the style of this guitar is growing on me, as genius sometimes takes time to sink in. Honestly, people are not aware of the quality that is going into these Rogues. It beat an Epi Paul, Epi SG, and a Danelectro for tone, easily. Maybe this is the guitar of a lifetime. Weird.
I can't believe they can sell such a high quality guitar for such a low price. It's crazy. I have two Rogue's, one with a mahogany body and the other with an ash body. The pick-ups are hot, the turners a great, the unique five way switch is one of the best as it gives out solid humbucker crunch and single coil blues. The jumbo frets makes it easy to tune it to open tuning. The bodies are thick and help produce a lot of high end tone and sustain. I own quite a few guitars, one a Gibson LP Standard which I use to judge all other guitars by. The Rogue guitars stand up to the test.
For your money, you can't beat this guitar. I have the set-neck model and with minor adjustments, (lowering action) this guitar really sings. Great sustain! I have a Jagmaster and a tele. My Jag gives great tone and a really good punch. My tele gives me great treble, but the Rogue HH is VERY Versitle with the 5-way selector. I got mine as a strach and dent, but is flawless. (the fingerboard has a little laqure missing), but doesn't effect the playablity.would recomend