#2
both companies suck, Dean less so.

but the neck feels awful on the Dean.

and neither is gonna punch past the mix.
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#3
I'd go with the Rogue if I absolutely HAD to go for an acoustic bass. Personally, I think Acoustic basses are the biggest ripoffs ever in the bass world, and the Roland Bass Microcube serves the purpose better.
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#4
For Cheap ABGs, you should really go with Ibanez or Greg Bennett....

Of those two, I'd go with the Dean. A bigger body is always good. I wouldn't expect either to be especially great though.

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#6
if you get a chance look at a tanglewood, they are awesome
BASS GEAR:
Fender Bassman 250 2x10
Squier MB-5
Tanglewood Premier TW155 acoustic bass

GUITAR GEAR:
Ibanez ART300
Fender GDC-200SCE
Peavey studio chorus 70

PEDALS:
Ibanez SM-7
Ibanez PH-7
DOD Bass Chorus
#7
Try to see if you can score an Olympia OB3CE Acoustic-Electric Bass. On a budget, its going to be your best choice. They do come up on Ebay etc on occasion.

The Dean is horrible. Huge body, ungainly and meh tone. And Rogues are just...feh.
#10
the answer is mine.

Engelhardt ES9....upright bass or bust.
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Hofner Verythin LTD Edition Guitar in Walnut w/ Bigsby
Engelhardt ES9 Upright Bass
1968 Trayner YBA 1A MK II Amp
w/ 6x10 cabinet

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