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Rogue AF107 Series 2 Ash Top Acoustic-Electric Guitar
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The Rogue AF107 Series 2 Ash Top Acoustic-Electric Guitar is as beautiful as it is functional. The AF107 has an ash top and laminated ash back and si...Click To Read More About This Product
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A magnificent ash top adds the finishing touch to this versatile instrument.
The Rogue AF107 Series 2 Ash Top Acoustic-Electric Guitar is as beautiful as it is functional. The AF107 has an ash top and laminated ash 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. The Rogue AF107 Guitar is a highly versatile instrument that represents a great value.
- Body shape: Small concert with venetian cutaway
- Top material: Ash
- Back and side material: Laminated ash back and sides
- Soundhole rosette: Abalone
- Purfling: Abalone
- Top binding: White
- Back 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
- 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, presence, and tuner
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I ordered this on either a Saturday or Sunday night, and it arrived in great condition by Wednesday. I was disappointed in the contrast of finish detail in the pictures and the real thing but was extremely satisfied with the quality and sound of the instrument. AMAZING deal for its price.
I received the Rogue AF107 Acoustic/electric about five days ago and have had a hard time putting it down. I gave my Fender F65 acoustic I bought back in the 70's to my son who is now learning to play. I wanted an inexpensive acoustic/electric to have around just to play when I felt like it,but now I can't leave this thing alone. To start, it was perfect out of the box. The action was nice, the strings are good and the sound is far beyond anything I expected.The finish is beautiful and flawless. The built in tuner is easy to use and accurate and the electronics are more that adequate. The neck is comfortable and allows for easy rhythms or effortless lead picking.I played professionally for 43 years and have played pratically every make and model available. Though I have always preferred Fender products, this little Rogue has made me take a much closer look at what is actually available out there.For someone who is looking for an inexpensive way to feed their musical addiction, this Rogue is the perfect combination of value, playability, and just plain fun to play. Thanks Musician's friend for giving old musicians like myself a way to continue my love affair with music without breaking the bank!
Just got this bad boy in a few days ago, and all I can say is WoW. Visually, this is an incredible guitar, the inlays are impressive, and the grain is beautiful. Playing acoustic, it's beautiful, and electric, it's as good as an acoustic electric gets with this kind of pickup. It's well worth its price.
Thought this guitar "looked good." Liked the color and detail in the photos. Looks and plays like a konck off - of a real guitar. Tuned it and tried it, though. Right out of the box it's unimpressive. (Might work for a young beginner?) Tuner was nice feature. Better than the one on my new Fender electical-accoustical. Color looked faded, guitar had a "used" feel and look to it, though there were no obvious flaws. Action is adjustable, but didn't try that. Cost me to send it back. Lessen learned.
I play lead acoustic guitar for the main praise band and the youth praise band at my church. I've been playing for around 3 years now. The finish is beautiful. The stock strings are alright but with some good strings, this baby sounds amazing. The tuner's a nice feature also. Nice crisp, full sound when unplugged. The mic cable input is nice too.Plugged in though, there's some problems. Even though it's a shallow bowl, the pickups didn't have a full enough deep end for me and sometimes the sound came across too bright but that's nitpicking. The guitar needed a strap button installed also (nitpicking again). My main complaint is the hardware used to keep the input panel in. The screws were stripped so the whole panel almost fell out, along with my electonic's wires. We replacd the screws but it did it again. I had to resort to duct tape. Despite that last flaw, the guitar plays well, amazing deal.
I got this guitar because I needed a simple guitar to play. It sounds great, its easy to play, it looks really nice, and stays in tune pretty well. The built it tuner helps A LOT. The only problem that I have with this guitar is that the 2nd fret on the 1st and 2nd strings sound odd. Also on the 12th fret on the 1st 2nd and 3rd strings, its doesnt play. Its a great guitar minus the minor defects.