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Rogue AF104 Series 2 Spruce Top Acoustic-Electric Guitar   

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The Rogue AF104 Series 2 Spruce Top Acoustic-Electric Guitar features a spruce top and laminated mahogany back and sides, rosewood fingerboard and br...Click To Read More About This Product

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A versatile instrument that combines traditional elements with modern innovations.

The Rogue AF104 Series 2 Spruce Top Acoustic-Electric Guitar features a spruce top and laminated mahogany back and sides, rosewood fingerboard and bridge, and decorative abalone rosette, purfling and position markers. The Venetian cutaway gives full fretboard access and the on-board 3-band EQ with tuner lets you perform in any venue. Operates on a 9 volt battery and has both 1/4" and XLR jack inputs.

FEATURES
  • Body shape: Small concert with venetian cutaway
  • Top material: Spruce
  • Back and side material: Laminated Mahogany back and sides
  • Soundhole rosette: Abalone
  • Purfling: Abalone
  • Binding: White
  • Body depth at headblock: 3-1/2"
  • Body depth at tailblock: 3-7/8"
  • Width at upper bout: 11-3/4"
  • Width at lower bout: 14-7/16"
  • Scale length: 25-3/8"
  • Fingerboard material: Rosewood
  • Width at nut: 1-5/8"
  • Width at 12th fret: 2-1/8"
  • Fingerboard inlay top of fingerboard: Abalone dots
  • Fingerboard inlay side of fingerboard: black dots
  • Fingerboard binding: White
  • Number Of frets Total: 23
  • Overall length: 39-1/2"
  • Neck material: Nato
  • Neck/body joint: At 14th fret
  • Peghead veneer: None
  • Peghead inlay: None
  • Bridge material: Rosewood
  • Saddle: Compensated
  • Bridge pins: White with black dot
  • String spacing at bridge: 2-3/16"
  • Tuning machines: Chrome
  • Finish: Gloss natural
  • Electronics: Preamp with 3-band EQ and presence
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4.5

(based on 17 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

With a little modification...

This is an amazing guitar. Cons:1. The strings are terrible. Do yourself a favor and buy a pack of Elixirs. No, here's what you do, play the guitar for a while...Read complete review

This is an amazing guitar. Cons:1. The strings are terrible. Do yourself a favor and buy a pack of Elixirs. No, here's what you do, play the guitar for a while then change the strings to Elixirs. You'll never turn back.2. The action is a bit high. Playable, but high.3. The soundboard bellied a little. No big deal really but I thought I'd mention it.Pros:1. The electronics are pretty nifty. That onboard tuner will absolutely spoil you.2. The action is an easy fix. I filed down the string slots in the nut a bit and it's like a new instrument now. It's really not that daunting to do, honest. Just take your time and measure often.3. It's tiny and I love it. I had been playing on a Dreadnaught and this thing is almost toy-like compared to it. It's much more comfortable, for me anyway, to play. Being smaller, the tone of the guitar is higher than, well, a bigger guitar.So there it is. If you're willing to work on your instruments a bit, you're looking at a great deal here. Heck, even if you've never worked on an instrument it's only 189 dollars. What better guitar to learn simple stuff like this on?Buy it. Follow my advice. Have a nice guitar for about 200 bucks. No brainer.P.S. When Musician's Friends says "very good" on their used merchandise, they really mean, "Look it over with a magnifying glass and you miiiight find some small scratches." ;)

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Not everything deserves 5 stars.

I waited a few months to post a review.I was looking for a good-quality a/e guitar I could gig out with and not worry about. Something that could take a beating, and I...Read complete review

I waited a few months to post a review.I was looking for a good-quality a/e guitar I could gig out with and not worry about. Something that could take a beating, and I wouldn't worry about too much, should something happen...Sounds good as an acoustic. Projects well, response is pretty even across all the strings. The electric sounds are OK at best. But I'm hardly complaining at the price. When amplified, you still get to avoid the "tinny" acoustic sound - and that's a testament to how far the a/e's have come in recent years. But it still doesn't sound natural like some of the more expensive a/e out there. Onboard EQ and tuner work well, as expected. Machineheads hold fine as well. I am having a problem with gunk building up on the "gold" tuners. Just a cheap bit, I'd guess.Overall, she's been a good guitar to me. Quality is AVERAGE, as expected. I wanted a guitar that could survive the real world, something I could take out on a campout or picnic or trip, and something I could leave out around the house.

Reviewed by 17 customers

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4.0

good guitar for the price

By Ellen Seidt

from Undisclosed

defently worth the money if your looking for a good acoustic electric without killing your wallet.
Good guitar.it came in the mail and i was suprised how nice it really was it was flawless... besides that i had to adjust the neck alittle cause it rubbed the 1st and 2nd frets.

 
5.0

buy it if you are in need of a good guitar

By meltingscarecrow

from music city, TN

I was very skeptical about buying this guitar, but I really needed an acoustic. Right as soon as the guitar arrived i knew i got my money's worth. The stock strings are kind of heavy, but if you play guitar you should know how to change them. It has a nice finish which gives it an expensive look. My only problem is that they should have added a pick guard because anyone who strums this guitar would never stop.

 
5.0

Good for the money

By A Guy-MvI4w

from Undisclosed

This guitar sounds fantastic! Lots of bang for the buck. Looks very nice.Cons - 5 of 6 tuners were loose, 2 of 6 bridge pins were not seated when strung, fretboard was dry and slightly rough, some fret buzz at the top of the neck.With a little work I have a nice guitar for the price.

 
5.0

With a little modification...

By RyanC-dJS9V

from Western Kentucky

This is an amazing guitar. Cons:1. The strings are terrible. Do yourself a favor and buy a pack of Elixirs. No, here's what you do, play the guitar for a while then change the strings to Elixirs. You'll never turn back.2. The action is a bit high. Playable, but high.3. The soundboard bellied a little. No big deal really but I thought I'd mention it.Pros:1. The electronics are pretty nifty. That onboard tuner will absolutely spoil you.2. The action is an easy fix. I filed down the string slots in the nut a bit and it's like a new instrument now. It's really not that daunting to do, honest. Just take your time and measure often.3. It's tiny and I love it. I had been playing on a Dreadnaught and this thing is almost toy-like compared to it. It's much more comfortable, for me anyway, to play. Being smaller, the tone of the guitar is higher than, well, a bigger guitar.So there it is. If you're willing to work on your instruments a bit, you're looking at a great deal here. Heck, even if you've never worked on an instrument it's only 189 dollars. What better guitar to learn simple stuff like this on?Buy it. Follow my advice. Have a nice guitar for about 200 bucks. No brainer.P.S. When Musician's Friends says "very good" on their used merchandise, they really mean, "Look it over with a magnifying glass and you miiiight find some small scratches." ;)

 
4.0

Comparatively speaking .....

By mitchell

from undisclosed

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This certainly isn't a bad guitar, but it wasn't quite as good as I expected. I own several Rogues, including a couple of the Grand Concert Cutaway Acoustic-Electric model. I was hoping that the Af104 would be a noticeable step up in quality, but it's not particularly better than the Grand Concert. (Read the Grand Concert reviews and you'll see that's got a lot of satisfied owners.) For the additional cost you get an oval soundhole (a snazzy look, for sure) and an xlr output (in addition to the 1/4" out). I'd rate the two guitars about equal as far as playability, construction, sound, finish quality, etc goes.Good budget priced guitar.

 
1.0

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By Jer2911

from East Central Mississippi

I ordered this little guitar just to have something that was easy to carry around. Looks pretty good, and the electronics seem to be okay. However, I had some buzzing in one of the strings, and like any cheap guitar the strings needed changing anyway. The ball end of the #6 string was so deeply embedded in the bridge pin that I could not remove it. As I was working with it the bridge saddle fell out. This one will be returned.

 
3.0

Not everything deserves 5 stars.

By germs_LA

from Deep South

I waited a few months to post a review.I was looking for a good-quality a/e guitar I could gig out with and not worry about. Something that could take a beating, and I wouldn't worry about too much, should something happen...Sounds good as an acoustic. Projects well, response is pretty even across all the strings. The electric sounds are OK at best. But I'm hardly complaining at the price. When amplified, you still get to avoid the "tinny" acoustic sound - and that's a testament to how far the a/e's have come in recent years. But it still doesn't sound natural like some of the more expensive a/e out there. Onboard EQ and tuner work well, as expected. Machineheads hold fine as well. I am having a problem with gunk building up on the "gold" tuners. Just a cheap bit, I'd guess.Overall, she's been a good guitar to me. Quality is AVERAGE, as expected. I wanted a guitar that could survive the real world, something I could take out on a campout or picnic or trip, and something I could leave out around the house.

 
5.0

What a guitar

By nicechuck-YZYTH

from central fl

Just got it today, I feel awful but just had to do this review. I have never picked up a brand new acoustic guitar that sounded this good. Also, just Beautiful from every angle. Haven't even plugged it in yet, but just looking at it, holding it, and playing it and hearing that balanced sound, lovely. Played perfect right out of the box, not a flaw in the finish, and the abalone trim, wood, all is just beautiful. Now if i could only play like tony rice or scotty anderson.

 
5.0

Pretty impressed with this guitar

By Mr. B

from Hawaii

Like I said in the title, I'm pretty impressed. For less than $200, this guitar has nice action, good looks, and very good sound...both unplugged and plugged. It arrived this afternoon and I've been playing it for the past several hours and have grown attached to it already. The electronics seem to be more than adequate when plugged in and the guitar projects nicely with a pleasant sound when unplugged. Well worth the money I spent. I would definitely recommend it if you're on a budget.

 
5.0

Awesome guitar, with Great Sound!

By GrreatAcoustics4u

from Arizona

I absolutely loove this guitar! I own electric guitars, and have always been interested in acoustic/electrics, because i wanted something different and i like fingerpicking....but i couldnt ever get myself to buy one without spending a whole lot of money. And i didnt want a cheap guitar that plays cheaply. Well this one was a lifesaver because for an AWESOME price this guitar looks/feels/ sounds AMAZING! The action was nice and low on this guitar, without any fret buzz at all, and produced rich sounds that will make any one pleased! -and the onboard electronics are well made and add to the overal quality. -only problem for me is that its missing the second button needed for using a guitar strap. So you will have to do a little handy work if you want a strap for it.

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