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Rogue RA-100D Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar
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      Rogue RA-100D Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar (511192)
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A worthy starter guitar.

A marvel for its price, the traditional dreadnought design makes for one very playable guitar with a great, full tone. Perfect for strumming or fingerpicking any style of music, it's no wonder this guitar has been so highly rated by our customers. Features a genuine spruce top, die-cast tuning machines, 25-1/2" scale nato neck, and bound rosewood fretboard. It's easy to tune and stays that way. Rich, resonant sound and excellent projection and intonation make this a first guitar to be proud of. It's also great for camping or as a second guitar. Each guitar ships with genuine Martin strings for a quality sound right out of the box.

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Case sold separately

Rogue RA-100D Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar Features:

  • Genuine spruce top
    Die-cast tuning machines
    Nato neck
    25-1/2" scale length
    Bound rosewood fretboard
    Martin strings
    Case sold separately




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  • Fun for a starter / jam guitar.

    As reviewed by James Elmi on 3/13/2013

    This is unique for a beginner who may have a fly by night interest in learning. The action is high off the fret board and blows out of tune in a controlled environment. Consequently, it will help a beginner regarding fingering and tuning. The tone does not ring to a warm sound. I strung it with Martin mediums and it still sounds like a tin, thin picking guitar. On that note it does serve as a great learning instrument. If you play on this and move up to a better quality guitar you will be set for success. Bottom line is the guitar can not hold a simple E tuning. The sound is cheap and is almost a chore to play. I would recommend stepping up to a better guitar like a beginner factory built Yamaha...they sit around the same price. I bought a cheap Yamaha for my wife and she can hand pick it with ease.

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  • Starter Guitar

    As reviewed by frank baselice on 4/18/2013

    This the first Guitar that I bought for my daughter is it has great sould and is perfect for her with a great price. The choice of different cloors is a great option also.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
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  • good starter

    As reviewed by marion white on 6/21/2013

    This is a good guitar that you keep around for grand kids or other people who see a guitar and automaticly pick it up and play with rock star. Saves wear and tear on the expensive ones.

    2 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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