#1
I didn't know what other catagory to put this in-

Are Rogue Rocketeers good as a project? I want a cheap guitar on which I can change hardware, the neck, give a new paint job. And I quite like the body shape. Or should I use a different guitar?
#2
If you’re genuinely interested in a custom paint job just buy an unfinished body and some used parts. Scraping the poly finish off a guitar is going to be a PITA, and there’s no point paying for a finished body that you’ll strip anyway.
#3
I'd suggest getting a used Squier or something instead. Several Rogues I've seen have had serious structural issues. Plus, Squiers are going to be a lot easier to find parts for.

Or a body blank as mentioned above is a great idea.
#4
never a good idea trying to change your significant other (or pick a partner that you think you can change). that's just a bad idea, IMO.
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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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#5
My buddy had a Rogue when we were in High School....

Sucked harder then a Dyson Vacuum.
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