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Hey, anyone hear of Rocko guitars? I have a rocko stratocaster copy, black with a maple neck and matching headstock. The serial number is stamped on the neck. I cant find absolutely anything about this. It is a nice guitar to play, solid wood body, not sure what wood.

If anyone has anyhing they know, would be greatly appreciated!

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Could it be Rocco Guitars? Haven't seen Rocko before.

Best of luck with your search.
 

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never heard of it...does it have a country of manufacture anywhere? that's usually pretty telling.
 

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Thanks for the replies! theres no stanp at all except a serial number (i assume, its stamped on the neck) The body and neck are beautiful..solid and heavy. Resembles a 70's Fender Stratocaster. I have a few pics but cant figure out how to put them here.. lol
 
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I have a few pics but cant figure out how to put them here.. lol
You need photobucket, flickr etc, to host from.
'click' the IMG address, it'll automatically copy.
If it doesn't, highlight/right click 'copy'
Paste that into the thread.




The other option is to add it using the little 'mountain pic' icon.
'highlight/copy' the address of the pic and insert that into the 'image' prompt.




Third option; 'right click' on the image. Choose 'copy image' and then 'paste' that here.

Hope that this helps.
 
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I don't understand why they're not showing up.
I tried too, but, I get the same '(IMG)' as you do.
Maybe flickr changed things that disallows this kinda stuff?

Here's a screen shot of one of your links.

rocko.jpg
 

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Hi guy's I too am trying my darndest to find anything on Rocko branded basses. There is a Rocko P bass for sale on my local KIJIJI. Numbers are indeed stamped on the last fret on the neck... Grover tuners, heavyish type bridge, string through body, matching headstock, but NOthing online about the origin or brand. It's a two-hour drive to go and inspect it .. I guess I will have to risk the trip and see for myself what this is ..gem or ??????
 
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