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The small-bodied Rogue Starter Acoustic Guitar is an amazing deal for a starter guitar. Its smaller profile (7/8" scale) makes it very playable for kids or aspiring guitarists with smaller body frames... Read More

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Overview

The small-bodied Rogue Starter Acoustic Guitar is an amazing deal for a starter guitar. Its smaller profile (7/8" scale) makes it very playable for kids or aspiring guitarists with smaller body frames and hands. It has a maple neck and rosewood fretboard and Martin strings which help.give you a nice tone.

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Features
  • Smaller body style ideal for kids
  • 7/8 scale
  • Maple neck
  • Rosewood fretboard
  • Martin strings
  • Case sold separately
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4.4

(based on 14 reviews)

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Great Inexpensive Guitar

I bought one of these for my 12 year old daughter. Looked at several 3/4 scale guitars that cost 3x the money & wasn't as impressed with the sound as much as...Read complete review

I bought one of these for my 12 year old daughter. Looked at several 3/4 scale guitars that cost 3x the money & wasn't as impressed with the sound as much as I am with this one. It does have a flat fretboard which doesn't make it as fast as a "regular" fretboard, but for a starter fast really isn't a huge concern. I was really amazed how well this guitar holds tuning and that the intonation is actually in. Guitar is fairly well built and the hardware is good, but the whole thing is a little rough around the edges. Not to the extent that you're going to get a splinter trying to play it, but some little things, like some parts could have been sanded a little better. That may just be my opinion due to playing for 28 years and working on & building guitars for 14 of them. All in all I would have to say for the money it is a great buy. Stays tuned, good intonation, action is decent, very playable, and sound is supprisingly good. I would recommend this guitar, just keep in mind that a 7/8 scale is just slightly smaller than a full size (1/8 smaller to exact) and my still be a little big for smaller players.

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it is what it is..

I'm not complaining really, overall nice build and finish! honest observations and criticisms: surprise.. the fretboard is DEAD FLAT, means ease and speed for the manufacturing, doesnt need fret levelling and...Read complete review

I'm not complaining really, overall nice build and finish! honest observations and criticisms: surprise.. the fretboard is DEAD FLAT, means ease and speed for the manufacturing, doesnt need fret levelling and re-crowning is understandable, theres very little to go wrong, less likely to "fret out" (aka BUZZZZ..), keeps price low too. same for its lack of dots on the fretboard, not a problem. not gonna subtract points for this stuff. the bridge could be slightly lower, and the nut quite a bit lower, to be better playable, instead of arriving as a fingertip torture device. easy enough for someone to do who knows how BUT, someone who doesnt know may never want to pick up a guitar again. (minus two points!) dont get me wrong, I play mostly electrics but I'm not spoiled or "tender fingered" when it gets to acoustics. this guitar wasnt ready and willing to be played. after an action-job, (is removing the bridge and nut to grind the backsides down to put the strings closer to the fretboard. you have to know how, and how much to remove!) ...the FLAT fretboard is decently playable, good sound projection as well. not knocking this guitar's overall quality for its price, but its string height is a major detail -Rogue- needs to address for their little starter guitars, for everyones sake! this is actually a pretty nice guitar for fast-cheap mass produced, and I really dont regret the purchase at all, but I also stand by my criticism of its action as gotten. it is what it is.. if the action was right as received, It'd got 5 stars with considerations given for its very low price. PS: giving a guitar an action job can have it misbehaving with different guage strings. acoustic guitars do need SOME height to not buzz-out when strumming hard as well. what may sound like a simple meat grinding job, is actually tedious with strings off-on re-tunings etc. it can take 1-2 hours of time, OR the factory can make some alterations to plant a couple shorter bits of plastic! about .040 from the bridge and .070 at the nut, is a lot. GuitarCenter, dont post this if it hurts but dont NOT tell Rogue about it either hey.. if nasty stiff action hurts peoples fingers TOO MUCH, future sales flush down the... this is a "Starter Guitar", should be friendlier!

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4.0

Nice Starter Guitar

By Shayla

from Sioux Falls, SD

My nine year old grandson received this guitar for Christmas and is his first guitar. The guitar is perfect size for his smaller hands. I also play guitar and this guitar has pretty good sound & quality for the price, it doesn't stay in tune long but it is tune-able. This guitar has many color selections, he got the blue one, he loves the color. I would recommend this guitar for kids wanting to learn to play.

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(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Starter Guitar

By Jacob

from Beaver Dam, WI

I bought this guitar as my first one just to learn some basics on. It really is a good guitar for beginners and is very well priced. It's especially well-priced if you aren't confident you'll love playing guitar because you won't be out a lot of money. The size of the guitar is nice for younger/smaller people or just for beginners. Having the smaller body gives you an opportunity to learn with more physical ease. For me, transitioning from this guitar to a full-size was an easy process, so I don't think the size should turn people away. As for the sound, I never experienced any poor sounds. When I played it right, it sounded right. As for the structure, I didn't have any design flaws or issues with it falling apart. It looks and feels great. It's fairly light weight (another good aspect for first-time players/children). I would recommend this to anyone looking to begin learning guitar, children, or anyone looking for a simple acoustic guitar.

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(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

It's really helpful

By Lynnie

from Tacoma, WA

I ordered a pink guitar. It's really cute! New and good-working.

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(6 of 13 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Fell apart in 4 months

By ben

from Tulsa OK

This seems like a decent guitar at first: Good sound, holds tuning, etc. But the tension from the strings pulled the neck off of the body after about 4 months. Make sure if you gamble on trying this guitar that you buy the replacement plan!

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(12 of 14 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

My first acoustic guitar

By Kylie Humble

from Houston, TX

Actually my first guitar ever. I'm not a guitar expert, but you can't go wrong with this guitar and its low price. The sound is decent; my dad was playing Twist and Shout on it and I only heard two instances of minor buzzing. As mentioned in the description, it suits people with small body frames like me. In addition, I was surprised at how quick the delivery was. Can't wait to become a pro and play my favorite songs!

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(14 of 15 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Good for a kids starter...

By William Weems

from Plummer, Idaho

Bought this for my youngest grandson. I'm putting his older brother through guitar lessons, and he was feeling left out. He's only 10 and small, so this smaller scale of guitar works out well for him. If he maintains an interest, I'll get him a higher quality guitar in a year or two. But for now this one fits the bill and the blue starburst finish looks just like grampa's acoustic! I gave this 4 stars as it's a low cost no frills guitar, but is still good enough for him to strum along with me and his older brother. It's a good low cost investment to see if the kid will keep his interest. If not, you're not out of a larger investment. Good job Guitar Center!

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(10 of 15 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Guitar

By Autumn Pierce

from Gering, NE

Couldn't be happier with the product and the extremely fast delivery. Excellent!! Definitely will be shopping here again!

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(10 of 13 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

great guitar for the money

By megan haase

from MN

it is very good for the money. it plays a very good sound. I would recommend it to anybody. GREAT GUITAR!

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(25 of 28 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Shockingly Good

By Donald DeWitt

from Cherry Hill, New Jersey

This is a great guitar for learning on, and also great for an experienced player. It is just as good as a lot of the slightly more expensive guitars out there. I was afraid it would be a bad buy because of the price, but I was shocked at the quality of the guitar that I received.

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(19 of 20 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Great Inexpensive Guitar

By Wayne Kirby

from Blackburn, MO

I bought one of these for my 12 year old daughter. Looked at several 3/4 scale guitars that cost 3x the money & wasn't as impressed with the sound as much as I am with this one. It does have a flat fretboard which doesn't make it as fast as a "regular" fretboard, but for a starter fast really isn't a huge concern. I was really amazed how well this guitar holds tuning and that the intonation is actually in. Guitar is fairly well built and the hardware is good, but the whole thing is a little rough around the edges. Not to the extent that you're going to get a splinter trying to play it, but some little things, like some parts could have been sanded a little better. That may just be my opinion due to playing for 28 years and working on & building guitars for 14 of them. All in all I would have to say for the money it is a great buy. Stays tuned, good intonation, action is decent, very playable, and sound is supprisingly good. I would recommend this guitar, just keep in mind that a 7/8 scale is just slightly smaller than a full size (1/8 smaller to exact) and my still be a little big for smaller players.

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