Rogue Classic Spider Resonator  

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Wood body and traditional shape for fantastic tone.

The die-cast spider bridge and 10-1/2" spun aluminum resonator cone give it exceptional projection and volume. Constructed with a spruce top; mahogany back, sides, and neck; and rosewood fretboard. Mother-of-pearl diamond fretboard inlays, a chromeplated bell, and brass coverplate and tailpiece give it authentic looks.

Case sold separately

Features

  • Roundneck or squareneck
  • Spruce top
  • Mahogany back and sides
  • Die-cast spider bridge
  • Mother-of-pearl diamond position marker
  • 10-1/2" spun aluminum resonator
  • Chromeplated bell
  • Brass coverplate and tailpiece
  • Rosewood fretboard
  • Case sold separately

Playing authentic bluegrass, country, or blues? Not without this resonator, you aren't. Order yours now.

 
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RogueClassic Spider Resonator
 
4.3

(based on 6 reviews)

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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Rogue resonator roundneck

By Domenic Mammarella

from Undisclosed

Comments about Rogue Classic Spider Resonator:

I am in Canada and received shipment via regular delivery within 6 days. Was charged cross-border taxes, duty and brokerage fees of about $55 CND ... which is much cheaper than I expected.

I'm not the most experienced guitarist but the guitar looks great and sounds just as good. I also own a DOBRO HOUNDOG and I can't honestly say that the DOBRO sounds any better!

I'm very happy with it and it's been a great buy for me.

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(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Rogue Resonator

By Leon Stancliff

from Undisclosed

Comments about Rogue Classic Spider Resonator:

Guitar arrived Thursday morning after order was placed on Monday morning. Not bad for free shipping!

I have been wanting a resonator for 50 years and M-123 made it happen at a cost I could afford.

This was a "gently used" guitar that Music 123 could have sold as new. Not a blemish or wear mark anywhere on the instrument.

For a low end guitar the finish is excellent. It tuned up with no issues and the set-up was tolerable right out of the box. I will tinker with it tomorrow when I replace the strings.

Sound is OK, as expected. Acceptable but not equil to the high end resonators as some would have you believe. It will do the job for me and is better than I expected. I have been playing it non stop for 6 hours and only stopped so I could write this review.

I got more than my money's worth.

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(14 of 14 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Not too bad

By JC-NVb1M

from Michigan

Comments about Rogue Classic Spider Resonator:

As a long time bluegrass player I decided I had to try the dobro. Not wanting to spend a lot a I purchased the Sunburst Squareneck. Visually it looks pretty good. The sound isn't bad. I am looking to put new strings on since the wound ones are very dull and murky. I suspect the strings are very cheap. There is moderate buzz on the 4th string. I am concerned about changing the strings due to the fact others have said their tailpieces have cracked. For a cheap dobro, not bad. But if you've got the cash, go with a cheap Regal.

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(7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Loud low-budget twang!

By Jonathan Barton

from Gardnerville, NV

Comments about Rogue Classic Spider Resonator:

I fell in love with one of these that my brother owns. He is a phenominal professional player with a large collection of expensive guitars, mostly acoustics - Martin, etc. I was quite surprised to find he had bought such an inexpensive guitar - until i heard it! Sounds better than some Dobro & National models that cost quite a bit more. I was concerned it might be just that particular instrument & that another may not sound as good, but I ordered one anyway. It just came in today and did not disappoint! Loud and clear with that great nasal tone for slide. The extra volume makes it ideal for a campfire or sailboat guitar (the main reason I bought it) Great action - very playable right out of the box and it has a very nice fit and finish.

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(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Very Good, I plan on buying another one.

By Neil Kraft-1zk7a

from toledo ohio

Comments about Rogue Classic Spider Resonator:

Loud, excellent dobro tone,flawless finish. Although this is an import, its not a cheap knock-off. It has an actual sound well and comes with a spun cone not a pressed one. I did change one thing, the tuners work fine but I had a set of high dollar ones laying around so I changed them out. Everything lined up from tailpiece to headstock. I plan on buying another one to be dedicated to a different tuning.

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(36 of 54 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

big fun for little money

Comments about Rogue Classic Spider Resonator:

This is a fun guitar, not expensive, but plays very well. For a sit around and play or jam at a party it is great. I am trying to wear out the frets practicing on it. And yes it does play the blues well, also it gives the couple of classic tunes I try not to mangle too bad a new spin. I also have the ra100d. great practice guitars.

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