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The Rogue Rocketeer RR200 combines the features of Rogue RR100 guitar with a basswood body for excellent tone and sustain. It is based on a classic d...Read More

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A very affordable guitar with great looks, expanded tonality, and playability

The Rogue Rocketeer RR200 combines the features of Rogue RR100 guitar with a basswood body for excellent tone and sustain. It is based on a classic design and was built for ease of playability. A sunburst finish and pearloid pickguard offer custom-good looks. The ultrathin, comfortable bolt-on maple neck makes it easy to riff up and down the 22-fret rosewood fingerboard with ease. The humbucker/dual single-coil pickup configuration with a 5-way switch puts an incredible array of tones at your fingertips and the addition of a coil-splitting via a push/pull pot offers up even more tonal options. A 6-screw vintage tremolo lets you have tons of whammy bar fun, while the die-cast tuners make sure you are in tune every time.

Guitar case sold separately.

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FEATURES
  • Style: contoured double-cutaway solid body
  • Body: basswood
  • Neck: bolt-on maple
  • Neck profile: ultra-thin
  • Fingerboard: rosewood
  • Fingerboard inlays: dots
  • Scale length: 25-1/2"
  • No. of frets: 22
  • Nut Width: 1.69" (43mm)
  • Hardware: chrometyle: contoured double-cutaway solid body
  • Body: basswood
  • Neck: bolt-on maple
  • Fingerboard: rosewood
  • Fingerboard inlays: pearloid dots
  • Scale length: 25-1/2"
  • No. of frets: 22
  • Nut Width: 1.69" (43mm)
  • Hardware: chrome
  • Bridge: 6-screw vintage tremolo
  • Tuners: die-cast
  • Neck pickup: single-coil
  • Middle pickup: single-coil
  • Bridge pickup: humbucking
  • Controls: Master Volume and Tone (with push/pull coil splitting)
  • 5-way blade pickup selector
  • Available Finishes: Grey Burst (GB), Vintage Sunburst (VS)
  • Case sold separately

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RogueRocketeer Deluxe Electric guitar
 
3.7

(based on 26 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (8)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (10)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (3)

82%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Good pick up (11)
  • Fun to play (10)
  • Good feel (9)
  • Good tone (8)
  • Solid electronics (5)

Cons

  • Craftsmanship (4)
  • Flat sound (3)
  • Poor pick up (3)

Best Uses

  • Practicing (9)
  • Jamming (8)
  • Small venues (4)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Experienced (9), Professional musician (4)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

A little work, and it plays

This is an inexpensive Chinese-made guitar with some good features. I wanted to see how much better it could be with a good setup, and the answer is very good. As delivered, the...Read complete review

This is an inexpensive Chinese-made guitar with some good features. I wanted to see how much better it could be with a good setup, and the answer is very good. As delivered, the fretboard was dry as toast and the frets were not finished or crowned. Remove the strings, remove the neck, and a few minutes with a fine flat file fixed that. Oiled the fretboard, tightened the trem so it doesn't move, adjusted bridge height and intonation, slight adjustment to the truss rod (it comes with both wrenches) and the action now rivals some of my "better" guitars. I don't care about the quality of the pickups; like many people I have enough outboard electronics to make almost anything sound like almost anything else. This has a medium-weight body (much heavier/denser than the model 100), cheap but functional pots, serviceable tuners although I am replacing them with locking models. For a few hours' work it now plays well, and I like the 43mm (as opposed to many inexpensive guitars' 42mm) nut, since I have "adult fingers". Do not attempt to replace the plastic nut with bone or Tusq; it's glued in there solid. But for the price, this can be made very serviceable and I would recommend it as a decent beginner guitar.

VS

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Interesting..

I was looking for a budget humbucker equipped guitar to alternate w/ my Squier Strat, after trying a few of the usual suspects ( Gibsonish Epiphones, Tursers etc.) I decided that the...Read complete review

I was looking for a budget humbucker equipped guitar to alternate w/ my Squier Strat, after trying a few of the usual suspects ( Gibsonish Epiphones, Tursers etc.) I decided that the Yamaha Pacifica type might be a better choice (longer scale, coil tap etc.), I saw this on sale and figured it would be a joke, but found it had some nice features.The styling is reminiscent of the pricey Patrick Eggle New York series from the '90s; in fact its almost a dead ringer for the "Liberty" w/ less expensive hardware. As others have mentioned the neck is very comfortable w/ a nice full feel in adult hands. The tuners are serviceable and much better than the "covered" tuners so often found at this price point, as they are standard size sealed units they are easily upgraded. The bridge is the standard S type import and works well for mild bends and warbles. Mine was even set up to float, w/ the little trick of easing off the interior screws, to replicate a two point term already done. The nut and string trees will need lubrication,& the fret ends will need a dress but it plays well out of the box. I will oil the fret board at the first string change as it seems dry, but nothing serious. The pickups are a bit noisy compared to entry level Fenders, but sound good, the "in between" quack is impressive, and the tone control has usable range which is rare at this price point. The Humbucker is VERY hot and you will need to roll of the volume to balance w/ the sc's but it sounds very good on it's own, pull the coil tap and you can cop some p-90 ish tones. The neck PU does a nice jazz box impression w/ the tone control rolled off; all in all a decent set that doesn't scream for immediate replacement. Finish is attractive (the pearloid PG is a nice touch) w/ a light satin on the neck, application is standard for this price point w/ a bit of ripple on close inspection, but nothing major. At the end of day you will be hard pressed to beat this for the money.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Very nice for a budget guitar

By drg62

from Missouri

About Me Experienced

Verified Reviewer

Pros

  • Fun To Play
  • Good Feel
  • Good Pick Up
  • Good Tone
  • Solid Electronics

Cons

  • Poor Pick Up

Best Uses

  • Jamming
  • Practicing
  • Small Venues

Comments about Rogue Rocketeer Deluxe Electric guitar:

I needed a budget guitar that I wouldn't mind banging on. I play mostly Christian, classic rock, rock...very little country except for some Johnny Cash, Waylon, etc. I like the power chords stuff mainly like The Who. I also playing some lead riffs. I'm not at all disappointed with this guitar...it sounds great in my Marshall, my BC Rich, my Line 6 Spider and even my Kustom. I knocked off a star for the single coil pick-ups; you really have to up the volume to get the full sound out of them even though they are not flat sounding at all. The humbuckers, though, scream as loud and as clean as my LP.
The neck is a little wider than I like but not so that I can't manage. Just makes it a little difficult on barre chords, but hey, I never was the best at those anyway. All in all, you won't be disappointed with this guitar.

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1.0

this is a bad guitar

By dontbuythisguitar

from dontbuythisguitarville

About Me Experienced

Pros

    Cons

    • Flat Sound
    • Fret Buzz
    • Poor Pick Up
    • Poor Quality Craftsmanship

    Best Uses

      Comments about Rogue Rocketeer Deluxe Electric guitar:

      this is a bad guitar that cant be setup

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      (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      1.0

      do not get this guitar

      By Mary

      from undisclosed

      Verified Buyer

      Comments about Rocketeer Deluxe Electric guitar:

      bad guitar with bent neck

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      2.0

      For Beginners only.. Maybe a childs guitar to learn on !!

      By Skeeter

      from Los Angeles, Ca

      About Me Child

      Verified Reviewer

      Pros

      • Good Pick Up
      • Good Tone
      • Solid Electronics

      Cons

      • Poor Quality Craftsmanship

      Best Uses

      • Practicing

      Comments about Rogue Rocketeer Deluxe Electric guitar:

      1st string (E) hangs up under frets not good when power stroking. More attention to fret board from manufactuer should be taken, otherwise pretty cool. Not really for gigging with issues like this..Very stiff feel also...

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      (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

       
      3.0

      Interesting..

      By The Dude

      from Greater Chesapeake Drainage Basin

      About Me Professional Musician

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      Pros

      • Fun To Play
      • Good Pick Up
      • Good Tone

      Cons

      • Uneven pick up balance, Poor shielding (hummmmm)

      Best Uses

      • Back up/alternate guitar
      • Jamming

      Comments about Rogue Rocketeer Deluxe Electric guitar:

      I was looking for a budget humbucker equipped guitar to alternate w/ my Squier Strat, after trying a few of the usual suspects ( Gibsonish Epiphones, Tursers etc.) I decided that the Yamaha Pacifica type might be a better choice (longer scale, coil tap etc.), I saw this on sale and figured it would be a joke, but found it had some nice features.The styling is reminiscent of the pricey Patrick Eggle New York series from the '90s; in fact its almost a dead ringer for the "Liberty" w/ less expensive hardware. As others have mentioned the neck is very comfortable w/ a nice full feel in adult hands. The tuners are serviceable and much better than the "covered" tuners so often found at this price point, as they are standard size sealed units they are easily upgraded. The bridge is the standard S type import and works well for mild bends and warbles. Mine was even set up to float, w/ the little trick of easing off the interior screws, to replicate a two point term already done. The nut and string trees will need lubrication,& the fret ends will need a dress but it plays well out of the box. I will oil the fret board at the first string change as it seems dry, but nothing serious. The pickups are a bit noisy compared to entry level Fenders, but sound good, the "in between" quack is impressive, and the tone control has usable range which is rare at this price point. The Humbucker is VERY hot and you will need to roll of the volume to balance w/ the sc's but it sounds very good on it's own, pull the coil tap and you can cop some p-90 ish tones. The neck PU does a nice jazz box impression w/ the tone control rolled off; all in all a decent set that doesn't scream for immediate replacement. Finish is attractive (the pearloid PG is a nice touch) w/ a light satin on the neck, application is standard for this price point w/ a bit of ripple on close inspection, but nothing major. At the end of day you will be hard pressed to beat this for the money.

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      (0 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      good

      By shelton

      from clinton ms

      About Me Professional Musician

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Fun To Play
      • Good Feel
      • Good Pick Up
      • Good Tone
      • Solid Electronics

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Small Venues

        Comments about Rogue Rocketeer Deluxe Electric guitar:

        none

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        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        4.0

        Great deal'''for a new player

        By Tim Mooney

        from Edgar Springs, Mo.

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        Pros

        • Good Feel
        • Good Pick Up

        Cons

        • Flat Sound

        Best Uses

        • Practicing

        Comments about Rogue Rocketeer Deluxe Electric guitar:

        Must say,,I really bought this guitar just to steal the neck for a Tele project Im building'''''this neck is a perfect fit for the body..After a truss rod adjust'''''pic.up height etc, I can tell you,,the Rogue plays & feels really well with a minor setup...Will I still pull off the neck ? Yes'''but if you are a new player on a tight budget this guitar will serve you well...

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        (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

         
        2.0

        Expect to do major adjustment

        By Cubistic

        from Johnson City, TN

        About Me Novice

        Verified Reviewer

        Pros

        • Good Pick Up

        Cons

        • Flat Sound
        • Fret Buzz
        • Poor Quality Craftsmanship

        Best Uses

        • Jamming
        • Practicing

        Comments about Rogue Rocketeer Deluxe Electric guitar:

        Unpackaged this piece as soon as it arrived and noticed something incredibly wrong with the neck. The strings were touching flat against the frets from 1-5; the entire neck was sloped downward in relation to the body of the guitar.

        Took it to my local shop and they performed the following:

        Loosened the truss bolt
        Tightened all tuning pegs; they were all loose enough to just about pull out
        New strings; two strings broke almost immediately after putting tension on them for tuning
        Adjusted all bridge bolts and hex screws
        Shaved burs off edges of each fret

        Thankfully I knew the shop keeper and he repaired/adjusted the unit for under 30. The guitar sounds fine now with the occasional buzz near lower frets.

        If you're looking to purchase a cheap guitar, expect to pay to have it adjusted entirely if you're unable to adjust it yourself.

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        (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

         
        3.0

        Great for a black friday deal

        By Bob

        from Virgina

        Verified Buyer

        Comments about Rogue Rocketeer Deluxe Electric guitar:

        Of the 2 that I bought on black fridsy, one had a huge paint buildup at the body edge where the tremelo springs run over. Took it apart and filed down the problem, and I dident hear the springs moving anymore.

        I also did not like how it kept going out of tune with just 3 tremelo springs, so I added a 4th one, and also lowered the string height some.

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        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        4.0

        Needs some work, but plays and sounds great--now

        By Edward

        from undisclosed

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        Pros

        • Fun To Play
        • Good Feel
        • Good Pick Up
        • Good Tone

        Cons

        • Poor Quality Craftsmanship

        Best Uses

          Comments about Rogue Rocketeer Deluxe Electric guitar:

          First comment--the guitar is NOT as pictured. The jack for the guitar cord is on the side, not on the top as pictured. This was not a big deal, as all my other guitars, except for my Strat, have side mounted jacks.

          The guitar looks beautiful. Color (orange sunburst) and finish make this guitar look great.

          I knew a guitar priced this low would have some problems out of the box, but I knew they would be addressable. The setup was bad; the string height was too high. I took the Allen wrench supplied with the guitar to the truss rod, and after a few minutes of playing around, the action was perfect, as was the intonation, which I didn't have to play with at all.

          The frets were terrible; they were sticking out at the sides so far you would be very likely to cut your hands on them. I had to spend some time with some diamond files to smooth then down. I'd have rated this guitar five stars if the frets didn't need the work, as I'd expect I'd have to work on the setup of any new guitar to get it to my personal taste.

          Now the guitar plays great. I love the neck; it's very easy to get around on. the sound is amazing. The splitable humbucker in the bridge position is a huge surprise in such a cheap guitar. If you want a Strat sound, you'll get it (pretty much) with all three pickups. Set the bridge pickup to a humbucker and you have two more sounds to play with when you select the bridge or bridge-middle settings.

          Keep in mind I'm talking about a very inexpensive guitar here. I have no idea how well it will last or the long term condition of the neck and fingerboard, but if you know enough about guitars to correct minor defects, this is a gem worth many times its price.

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