You won't believe the great sound and consummate playability of this sonic destroyer. The Rogue LX200B bass guitar features a maple neck, fast and friendly rosewood fretboard, covered traditional-styl... Read More
You won't believe the great sound and consummate playability of this sonic destroyer. The Rogue LX200B bass guitar features a maple neck, fast and friendly rosewood fretboard, covered traditional-style split and single-coil pickups, 2 volume and 2 tone controls, die-cast machine heads, and black hardware.
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So i just started playing the bass about a month or two ago and this is the bass i decided to pick up for myself, two hours away from the closest guitar center and no local music shops i was forced to window shop online and not really try out any thing. Which was not really a big deal cause i didn't know how to play the bass to begin with so i just needed a fairly cheap bass to start learning with, Well ive had this bass for about two month's i guess or atleast close to it. Immediately it started pretty much falling apart the strap holders were popping out the sound started going in and out with the pick up's etc. So thats why i say this bass is a good bass for a beginner, if you are looking for something cheap just to learn on and not really care if its bad or not get this bass im pretty sure the one i got was just a dud but who knows. But still good beginner bass for beginners like me, im catching on to the bass pretty quickly though since ive been playing the normal acoustic and electric guitar for 7 years so soon i plan on making that two hour trip to the nearest guitar center and picking up a better quality bass.
everything is fine except for the noise it makes in each button when you adjust them.
Great deal (~$119)for anyone wanting to start learning the bass. I was looking for a bass to complete my Rocksmith learning experience and I was a little hesitant because of the cost. I got it home, plugged it in and have been playing daily for almost three weeks and it's been a great experience. The only negative I found was that it did not come with a strap unless mine was missing? :/
My brother picked this up for my niece. I put it through my rig this weekend and it sounded just fine and played very, very well. Surprised me, actually. Nice slim, fast neck. Action and setup very, very good. Basses 2 or 3 times the price are not this good. I don't know how long it would hold up over time, but it is a very good value for the beginner to early intermediate stages of learning. Most importantly, I think that its action and playability are very good and so the beginner wouldn't get discouraged struggling with poor action. Take a look if you're starting out, or you're on SuperTight budget and would like to have a inexpensive backup at the ready. Well done, Rogue.
I recently received my Rogue LX200B series III bass and I am extremely pleased with the quality of it, The playing sounds really good, and other than a few chips in some of the fret markers, it was in exquisite condition. A really great bass for the price!
Gutair Center gave me a rill good gutair that i could use. That i use every day. It colorful and i am still waiting for the ampullifer to show up .I love the polleyester strap.