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Rogue OOO Style Acoustic guitar   

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This 000 Style Rogue Guitar resounds with distinctive clarity and projecting sound. The contoured 000-style acoustic body makes it a breeze to play. ...Read More

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Captures the classic parlor guitar sound with its brilliant and aggressive tone.

This 000 Style Rogue Guitar resounds with distinctive clarity and projecting sound. The contoured 000-style acoustic body makes it a breeze to play. It is sought after by fingerpickers because of its generous string spacing and smaller body size. The great balance between treble and bass keep the sound full and present in a variety of playing situations.

FEATURES
  • Parlor Guitar Shape
  • Spruce Top
  • Diecast Tuning Machines
  • Martin Strings
  • Nickel/Silver Frets
  • Rosewood Fretboard & Bridge
  • Nato (Eastern Mahogany) Neck
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4.2

(based on 32 reviews)

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    (17)

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    (8)

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    (1)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Pretty Good!!!

This is a great guitar for the hobbyist. I really was surprised at the quality and the playability of this guitar. The tone is acceptable, nothing special; just basic acoustic guitar, with...Read complete review

This is a great guitar for the hobbyist. I really was surprised at the quality and the playability of this guitar. The tone is acceptable, nothing special; just basic acoustic guitar, with a little higher sounding bass strings. Closer in sound to a Taylor than a Martin, but nowhere near either, except for maybe their budget type models. The neck is nice and the frets are ok. No sharp edges or anything near the old school budget guitars I used to play with. The notes all sound and the intonation is very good. It is a little heavier than it seems it should be, but that is not really a big deal. The paint is great and the guitar looks perfect. I am not really sure that I would want to learn on this guitar, but the reality is that most of you are going to be, so I can say as an experienced player that it is possible to learn with this and it won't hold you back too much. Of course, and easier to play (read: expensive) guitar would be better, but you can get by with this for your entire formative years, and beyond (just look at me).
As far as features I can say that its biggest feature is the price, combined with the quality. Also, has a nice body shape that is similar to the Eric Clapton signature. A nice guitar for most people.
Excellent quality for the price. Not a high end guitar, but not really that far from them in terms of durability and playability. This guitar will last for a while, but eventually the cheapness will show through, but I bet it will be much longer than you expect it to last.
The value is unrivaled, even among the best guitars.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Capable little axe for the price

I got this guitar a few months ago as a throw-in with a 10-pack of strings, so I've been trying to be realistic with the review. This little guy isn't going to beat...Read complete review

I got this guitar a few months ago as a throw-in with a 10-pack of strings, so I've been trying to be realistic with the review. This little guy isn't going to beat your Martin anytime soon, but it's a nice little axe to have around your house when you just need something comfortable to play. The 000 size makes it a nice complement to my jumbo and dreadnoughts, especially if I'm just sitting on the couch. The sound, at its best, is "pretty OK." But it's certainly not "bad." (to compare, my Yamaha F-series dreadnought blows it away). I didn't have to mess with the set-up out of the box (maybe it's more accurate to say I didn't want to take the time to mess with it). The action was plenty low enough for my needs, and it was already strung with D'Addario EXP 11s. I saw another review mention fingerprints, and yes, it's a black guitar and the finish picks up its share of smudges. A little carnuba wax and a shammy cloth goes a long way there.For the past few weekends, I used this as a prop to my Halloween costume (Bret Michaels, thank you for asking). It had everybody singing along to the classics, the guitar had more than enough sound to fill the room and it wasn't drowned out by 6 drunk girls singing the chorus to 'Every Rose...' And really, isn't that all you need in a guitar at this price point? Does the job fine, replace it when you're serious about gigging.

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5.0

Good thing in a small package

By BinksterTX

from Louisville, KY

I recently got rid of my dreadnought acoustic because I barely played it and it was just too bulky. So I went in search of a smaller body acoustic to play around on and write songs with. I looked at Dean, Martin and Taylor guitars at the local shops, but had a hard time justifying the paying hundreds of dollars for a small body acoustic when this was staring at me everyday on the website. So I took a gamble and it paid off BIG TIME! The body shape and depth are perfect for those of you who don't like having to reach around a dreadnought body and I'm not having to tune it every day. The only complaint I have is that the neck is a bit thick, but for beginners, that is great so that you can work out your hands and fingers while you learn. So if you're looking for name recognition, go ahead and spend hundreds of dollars on something else. If you're looking for a work horse, this is a great purchase.

 
5.0

Pretty Good!!!

By Michael Schinler

from Fontana, CA

This is a great guitar for the hobbyist. I really was surprised at the quality and the playability of this guitar. The tone is acceptable, nothing special; just basic acoustic guitar, with a little higher sounding bass strings. Closer in sound to a Taylor than a Martin, but nowhere near either, except for maybe their budget type models. The neck is nice and the frets are ok. No sharp edges or anything near the old school budget guitars I used to play with. The notes all sound and the intonation is very good. It is a little heavier than it seems it should be, but that is not really a big deal. The paint is great and the guitar looks perfect. I am not really sure that I would want to learn on this guitar, but the reality is that most of you are going to be, so I can say as an experienced player that it is possible to learn with this and it won't hold you back too much. Of course, and easier to play (read: expensive) guitar would be better, but you can get by with this for your entire formative years, and beyond (just look at me).
As far as features I can say that its biggest feature is the price, combined with the quality. Also, has a nice body shape that is similar to the Eric Clapton signature. A nice guitar for most people.
Excellent quality for the price. Not a high end guitar, but not really that far from them in terms of durability and playability. This guitar will last for a while, but eventually the cheapness will show through, but I bet it will be much longer than you expect it to last.
The value is unrivaled, even among the best guitars.

 
5.0

NICEEEE!!! well, not really, but it works for me

By Ford

from Wacka Wacka

i am NOT a beginner. my band has shows locally every few weekends and i have been playing around 6 years, but i take the guitar SERIOUSLY! my friends and i go downtown and panhandle (play on the street and take any money that people give to us) and longboard almost every weekend, and i didnt want to be taking my favorite (and only) acoustic downtown, because it truly is one of those rare very sweet sounding and playing acoustics. (it's an A&L ami) but anyways, i bought this to take downtown just as a beater acoustic. it works awesomely for what i use it for! it's so cheap that i don't really have to worry about it. it DOES have a truss rod, which is SUPER IMPORTANT FOR ANY GUITAR! i have noticed that some of these starter acoustics do not have truss rods. it is, of course, a Rouge, so don't expect much. it doesn't sound that good and it has some dead frets here and there, plus i had to set it up. rough fret ends and the neck feels a little weird, but for 59 bucks, nothing comes close to this AT ALL! it's great for a beat-around acoustic. i wouldn't advise beginners to buy it, just guys looking for a cheap, very mod-able durable acoustic.

 
5.0

Nice guitar for what it is

By bootman

from Abilene, Tx

This is a nice little guitar for what it is. It's a $ 79.00 bargain. The sound is not as good as the dreadnaught RA 100 but it is a keeper to plunk on..The wood is probably laminate and the back is not tone wood for sure..It has a maple like sound but mellow. I have a Martin D-35 and several other almost Martin guitars and this 000 rogue will stay in my collection. I have put Martin light Phosphor Bronze strings in place of the smaller Rogue ones it had and I may do some other things but it is an amazement for sure. Great Little Guitar...

 
4.0

interesting

By C-Steak

from Texas

I bought this guitar strictly for customization on cyber monday.the setup out of the box was perfect. action wasn't too high and there is no buzzing.the sound isn't the best, but i will take care of that, this will be a Spider Resonator when i'm done with it. the Frets were a bit rough on the edges. for 50 bucks i took a chance and was pleasently surprised.

 
5.0

great sound great feel and weight

By joe10155

from west virginia

this is a parlor sized guitar and it is sturdy and light. I read some of the other negative reviews but i dont agree with them. It's a great smaller guitar. I now own 3 of them and customized them to look different ie. different colored strings different color pickguard.

 
3.0

8 string guitar

By Chicago Jazz

from chicago

I also received this guitar FREE as a result of buying strings. No one should expect anything fantastic from a guitar at this price point. I added two more strings to the guitar...I doubled the G and D strings with 9's, now it has 8 strings on it.I also added an under saddle pickup ripped out of another guitar. I leveled the frets (not too bad) and adjusted the neck. Right now, funny as it seems, its sounds pretty interesting. Bottom line, for free, its worth the fun I have had messing around with it.

 
1.0

Not worth it.

By Jared

from San Francisco, CA

Honestly, one of the worst guitars I have ever played.Where to begin. I just wanted a cheap guitar for going camping and taking to the park. I decided I wouldn't spend much, but also figured I'd at least end up with something I could play.I've sanded about half the saddle off, and the strings are still too high at the neck. There's really no way to fix the action on this guitar. It doesn't hold tune for longer than 5 minutes. Throw in unusual climate, like humidity or dry air, and you're looking at about 2 minutes of in-tune playing.I don't know what the fingerboard is finished with. It appears to be dirt. I don't know. It's not fun to play. It's actually a difficult guitar to play. I don't know if that makes sense, but it's true.I wish I returned this guitar when I bought it. Unfortunately I bought it and let it sit around for months before actually picking it up.Oh, and when you *are* playing, which you won't be, because it sucks, the guitar sounds like a tin can. Well, a wood tin can.

 
3.0

Capable little axe for the price

By FingersOfKnopfler

from Albany, NY

I got this guitar a few months ago as a throw-in with a 10-pack of strings, so I've been trying to be realistic with the review. This little guy isn't going to beat your Martin anytime soon, but it's a nice little axe to have around your house when you just need something comfortable to play. The 000 size makes it a nice complement to my jumbo and dreadnoughts, especially if I'm just sitting on the couch. The sound, at its best, is "pretty OK." But it's certainly not "bad." (to compare, my Yamaha F-series dreadnought blows it away). I didn't have to mess with the set-up out of the box (maybe it's more accurate to say I didn't want to take the time to mess with it). The action was plenty low enough for my needs, and it was already strung with D'Addario EXP 11s. I saw another review mention fingerprints, and yes, it's a black guitar and the finish picks up its share of smudges. A little carnuba wax and a shammy cloth goes a long way there.For the past few weekends, I used this as a prop to my Halloween costume (Bret Michaels, thank you for asking). It had everybody singing along to the classics, the guitar had more than enough sound to fill the room and it wasn't drowned out by 6 drunk girls singing the chorus to 'Every Rose...' And really, isn't that all you need in a guitar at this price point? Does the job fine, replace it when you're serious about gigging.

 
4.0

Good for Price

By Peteysixx1313

from Ohio

I bought this as a practice guitar but it actually turned out to be pretty useful. I play more classic rock and if you change the strings (i prefer ernie ball) you can get a nice sound. i definitely recommend this for beginners or if you just want a nice, cheap guitar to play around with. Good buy!

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