Rogue CG-30R

30W (1 x 1")

Made by Rogue

Description A 30W guitar amp with two channels, clean and distortion. With three EQ knobbs, a volume, clean, gain, and reverb. Headphone jack and two jacks for guitar or mic.
Posted By Karl Haikara (2330)
Directory Equipment: Amplifiers
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Overall Rating: 4.5 (of 5)
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On 2/16/2004, Chris Hickey (134) posted:
Overall Rating:
Good for home use and good for the price range. If you are looking to play out go with something else.
Price: $60.00 (new)
Where Obtained: Musicians Friend
Features:
Clean and over drive channels. Has high, mid, and low eq. It also has presence and reverb. High and low jacks as well.
Sound Quality:
It sounds good. I use a Fender Strat with it and it is alright for the type of music I play. Although at times i get frustrated w/ it when I can't get a good sound out of it I want. This is a good amp for around the house, but sound quality playing out probally would not be very good.
Ease of Use:
Very easy.
Durability:
It's solid. I have had no problems with it.
On 5/27/2001, Karl Haikara (2330) posted:
Overall Rating:
This is the only amp I have ever looked at and played with, besides a bass amp I got when I got a bass a year ago. If it where stolen, (or even if not), we will probally buy a Marshall. It is a good beginning amp, and it is very cheap.
Model Year: 2000
Price: $50.00 (new)
Where Obtained: Musicians Friend
Features:
It has two channels, with a switch on the front, there is a control for both clean and dirty channels, witha three knob EQ, a volume, and a reverb. There are two hook-ups and a headphones jack. It is rather powerfull, but as I am in a apartment building, I only use headphones so I don't know how powerfull it works overall.
Sound Quality:
I use a Squire Standard Stratocaster, and a DeArmond M-55, with a Rouge DST-5. It sounds pretty good without and with the pedal on both channels, the EQ seems to work okay too. It will fit any style I am aware off, allthough for blues I would think a tube amp would be better.
Ease of Use:
This amp is easy enough that I would think a monkey could work it.
Durability:
It is very reliable, allthough it would only work for small gigs, and not for any thing large.