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It sounds like a Tele, but with a fatter tone. It's just a rock Tele, so if you are looking for that feeling, go for it.
Neck is quite fat too, I like it in this way but I know that it's not for averyone.
Pay attention to pickup screws, one of mine got spanned while tuning the height of the pickup. Not a big problem, but just pay attention.
Tone is great, not for a cheap guitar, is truly great. Body is one piece of wood, it resonates extremely well. Bridge, tuning pegs, pickups, switch.. everything works fine. Painting is flowless, and the wood under the colour looks better than in photo.
The feeling is that of a guitar which costs 1.000? more at least. I'd buy it again without any doubt.
Bought this on a whim really, liked the look and was interested to hear what the Roswell 'toaster' pickups sounded like. Bought the sunburst model and I was pleased with the build quality and looks; flawless out of the box. A solid, quite heavy guitar that feels good to hold. Good neck, everything feels solid and reliable. Interesting tones. NOT a Telecaster sound, smoother and more natural sustain than a tele; in fact I was surprised just how smooth the Roswells are, nice Santana, Gilmour tones possible, clear and warm on a clean amp but can put out some grunt as well with some gain. The toasters give a nice even output across the strings and though not really powerful do a good job with good clarity and nice bluesy sustain when needed. Finding it great for blues playing. Overall, a nice well-made guitar