Introduction

Here is a relatively inexpensive and small guitar amp. This particular one needed some repair. So while I was waiting for parts, I figured I might as well make a teardown.

This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your Rogue G10, use our service manual.

Image 1/3: Back side shows 4 Phillips head screws that need to be removed. Image 2/3: Here are the 4 #6x1" screws Image 3/3: Here are the 4 #6x1" screws
  • Here is the front view of the Rogue G10 amp.

  • Back side shows 4 Phillips head screws that need to be removed.

  • Here are the 4 #6x1" screws

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Image 1/3: With the back cover removed the speaker and amp become visible. Image 2/3: Remove the 2 Phillips head screws from the carrying handle. These two screws also attach the amp to the onside of the case. Image 3/3: Remove the 2 Phillips head screws from the carrying handle. These two screws also attach the amp to the onside of the case.
  • Use a small screwdriver or other small suitable prying instrument to remove the back cover.

  • With the back cover removed the speaker and amp become visible.

  • Remove the 2 Phillips head screws from the carrying handle. These two screws also attach the amp to the onside of the case.

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Image 1/3: Remove the 16 screws from the plastic corners. These corners serve no purpose other than decoration. Image 2/3: There are 4 rubber feet on the bottom of the amp. Image 3/3: There are 4 rubber feet on the bottom of the amp.
  • Here are the two screws from the handle. They are 1/8"x1 1/4"

  • Remove the 16 screws from the plastic corners. These corners serve no purpose other than decoration.

  • There are 4 rubber feet on the bottom of the amp.

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Image 1/3: Remove the rubber feet by removing the Phillips head screws. Image 2/3: On the left and right side of the amp is a Phillips head screw, located  1/3 down from the top and to the front. These two screws hold the front panel to which the speaker is attached. Remove those. Image 3/3: On the left and right side of the amp is a Phillips head screw, located  1/3 down from the top and to the front. These two screws hold the front panel to which the speaker is attached. Remove those.
  • This shows the corners with the screws removed.

  • Remove the rubber feet by removing the Phillips head screws.

  • On the left and right side of the amp is a Phillips head screw, located 1/3 down from the top and to the front. These two screws hold the front panel to which the speaker is attached. Remove those.

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Image 1/3: Remove it as well Image 2/3: With those two screws removed, the front panel which houses the speaker, can be simply removed Image 3/3: With those two screws removed, the front panel which houses the speaker, can be simply removed
  • Here is the one on the right side, same location.

  • Remove it as well

  • With those two screws removed, the front panel which houses the speaker, can be simply removed

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Image 1/3: With the front panel removed, the amp will now simply lift out as well Image 2/3: Here is the amp totally disassembled. Straight forward job. No glue, no hidden screws. Image 3/3: Here is the amp totally disassembled. Straight forward job. No glue, no hidden screws.
  • remove the front panel and place aside.

  • With the front panel removed, the amp will now simply lift out as well

  • Here is the amp totally disassembled. Straight forward job. No glue, no hidden screws.

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great thank you

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