Roeller Blues Devil

By 11 October 20112011, New Release

As part of our company development, we decided that we needed a Jazz / Blues Guitar. Something that would have a more stream line profile, and still have the Roeller Custom flare. Introducing, ‘The Blues Devil’! With its large body base, and setback double cutaway design, it has the weight and density to make the lower tones resonate out in true high definition, make the mid tones average, and the Trem’s sharp and crisp. This combination of tonal control makes it ideal for professional Jazz or Blues players. Interestingly enough this sound combination also makes this instrument sound better then most metal guitars!

Roeller Blues Devil

When the Blues originated, it made people feel a certain melancholy that at the time, they called the blues devil. This was a deep and foreboding feeling of sadness and we wanted the guitar to convey that same sound and feel.

The Specs are as follows:
  • Solid single cut, highly figured Notch cut Walnut.
  • High density, Maple bolt on neck
  • Satin Chrome, Sperzel tuners
  • Seymour Duncan, Jazz Master Pickups
  • Schaller Roller Bridge
  • String through, Chrome Ferrels
  • Mono output jack with chrome cover
  • Push / Pull Volume, which taps the coils
  • Dual pickup Tones
  • 3 way blade switch
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    Guitar Planet rating

    Like the Blues Devil and want to see it in the Hall of Fame? Rate this guitar now… at least 10 votes with over 75% average rating on the hot-o-meter gets this guitar into the Guitar Planet Hall of Fame and from there into the 2011 Guitar of the Year award.


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    • Blake Buxton says:

      I’m biased because I own a Roeller (soon to have another) but. a quality materials, hand made stunner like this is a no-brainer. These guitars are a serious bargain for the work that goes into them and what you get in the end. Playing one will be the proof you need. Seek them out, you won’t be disappointed!


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