#2
I haven't played one, and Rogue instruments tend to be a little "eh"... but those guitars have such good specs for the price that it's hard not to suggest them .

I say go for it If it sucks you can always send it back
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^I'd let a pro look at it. Once you get into the technicalities of screws...well, it's just a place you don't want to be, friend.
#3
If you try one maybe you could post again and give a review. They look like they might be decent. I do like the style.
#4
TS, do you have a link for the particular one you're looking at? I'm curious.
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#5
One of these methinks.

Here's the specs on the cheap one:

* 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

The heel from the neck joint is shaped and seems very out of the way.


I'm thinking of getting the lipstick one .
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#6
Spec-wise, they seem nice. I'll have to see if I can get my hands on one next time I do my rounds at the local shops.
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#7
Which would you suggest?

Rogue HH

Epiphone LP-100 (Red)

First electric. I'm gonna play metal, primarily, but would like it to sound good for other stuff, like classic rock and blues and stuff, when I play at home
#8
Id get the epiphone lp because they're not too bad and ive never heard anything good about rogue. theyre a pawn shop special.
#9
^ as opposed to LP-100s, which are overpriced firewood specials.

By the way, what's the deal with Grovers being such a sign of quality? A set is thirty bucks retail, meaning they're worth nothing in OEM wholesale quantities. I'm fairly certain it's cheaper to buy a truckload of Grovers for $200 guitars than spend money on making your own el cheapo tuners.
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#10
Wow, spec-wise they seem pretty good....but until someone plays and gives an in depth review (post-honey moon peroid of course) I will hold judgement.
#11
Behringer V-Tone GMX110 Combo Amp

or

Peavey Rage 258 Guitar Amplifier with TransTube Technology ?

Hows this combination: the Rogue and the Behringer