Roscoe Guitars make some eye-catching instruments... and the ones I've played are decent players... but I've always struggled to find out what their chief design or objective is. They've always struck me as being a company who closely follows trends in the high-end, exotic electric bass world instead of doing their own thing. Whenever I look over to see what Roscoe is doing, their model line-up always seems to be changing... never really sticking with a specific design over time (like other makers do). Roscoe also regularly exhibits "interesting" wood selections, many of which would've been better off left in the scrap pile. Anyone can stain and lacquer a knotted-up piece of wood... but at the end of the day, it's still a knotted-up piece of wood. But hey, to each their own. And kinda like Warwick, they boast about their endorsers in their PR and marketing materials yet I don't actually see many folks actually playing them outside of Jimmy Haslip from a few years back. Can someone please help me understand what Roscoe's philosophy is? I'm just looking to know what the company's thought process is.