Rogue Grand Concert Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar  

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Affordable excellence!

Genuine spruce top, die-cast tuning machines, nato neck, bound rosewood fretboard, and D'Addario strings make this guitar a marvel for its price. You'll like the sound, unplugged or amplified via its onboard Fishman Classic 4 pickup and preamp system, which uses a 9V battery.

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Features

  • Genuine spruce top
  • Die-cast tuning machines
  • Nato neck
  • Bound rosewood fretboard
  • Fishman Classic 4 pickup and preamp system

It has a great sound, great feel, and a very friendly price. It's good looking, too. Order it today.

 
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4.2

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Fun little guitar to play

I bought this as just a spare knockaround / camping guitar about 3 years ago. I was and still am very impressed. It's small comforable "parlor" size makes it...Read complete review

I bought this as just a spare knockaround / camping guitar about 3 years ago. I was and still am very impressed. It's small comforable "parlor" size makes it easy to play, yet it has really great 'bright' projection. It is one of my favorite guitars to practice on and write on unplugged. It has nice sound plugged in as well. It's no martin or Taylor, but it is pretty well constructed. Most likely you will need to change the strings on it. I use d'addario exp-10's or 15's strings on it and it plays great. I would recommend it as a great beginner to intermediate guitar. You won't be dissappointed, and plus it sells at a killer price!

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

some problems... but...

I helped a coworker purchase one of these for her middle-teen daughter as a starter guitar.
As with most comparably priced instruments today, it's far better than what was available 50 years ago...Read complete review

I helped a coworker purchase one of these for her middle-teen daughter as a starter guitar.
As with most comparably priced instruments today, it's far better than what was available 50 years ago when I started, but it's far from perfect.
Action was high. Many inexperienced buyers won't know that almost all experienced pickers will immediately replace strings on a new guitar, even if it's a very high-end instrument. Nor will they know beans about setup or what strings they might consider especially for a younger beginner who knows even less.
Frets were nice and even; no jaggies on them. I was disappointed in the preamp's paste-on label that was coming loose. Action still a bit high for a beginner IMHO - on the other hand, not that bad for a kid who may be wishing to strum hard rather than fingerpick gently.
Doesn't sound bad at price point either acoustic or electric; nice size for a smaller person who can be overwhelmed by a dread. It just won't be as loud as a dreadnaught. OTOH, I prefer this size myself.
...Well worth the money. But at least an inexpensive gig bag is mandatory, plus new strings and a tuner.
... Biggest criticism? I think it horrible that there's no set of directions in the box we received that tells how to change strings, tune the thing or place or replace the battery in the preamp. Just a cheapie BW 11x17 folded to four sheets of 8 1/2 x 11 paper could do the job for half a buck or so in English and Spanish both.

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3.0

some problems... but...

By milod

from Northern US plains

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Pros

  • Decent Beginner Guitar

Cons

  • No Beginner Directions
  • Peeling Preamp Label

Best Uses

  • Starter Instrument
  • Toss-around Guitar

Comments about Rogue Grand Concert Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

I helped a coworker purchase one of these for her middle-teen daughter as a starter guitar.
As with most comparably priced instruments today, it's far better than what was available 50 years ago when I started, but it's far from perfect.
Action was high. Many inexperienced buyers won't know that almost all experienced pickers will immediately replace strings on a new guitar, even if it's a very high-end instrument. Nor will they know beans about setup or what strings they might consider especially for a younger beginner who knows even less.
Frets were nice and even; no jaggies on them. I was disappointed in the preamp's paste-on label that was coming loose. Action still a bit high for a beginner IMHO - on the other hand, not that bad for a kid who may be wishing to strum hard rather than fingerpick gently.
Doesn't sound bad at price point either acoustic or electric; nice size for a smaller person who can be overwhelmed by a dread. It just won't be as loud as a dreadnaught. OTOH, I prefer this size myself.
...Well worth the money. But at least an inexpensive gig bag is mandatory, plus new strings and a tuner.
... Biggest criticism? I think it horrible that there's no set of directions in the box we received that tells how to change strings, tune the thing or place or replace the battery in the preamp. Just a cheapie BW 11x17 folded to four sheets of 8 1/2 x 11 paper could do the job for half a buck or so in English and Spanish both.

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5.0

Impressed

Comments about Rogue Grand Concert Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

I own several Rogue instruments and I'm impressed with all of them. The grand concert cutaway acoustic/electric guitar is quite a bargain. The Fishman Classic 4 electronics is the same that's used on guitars costing three times as much. I suppose it's possible to get a lemon in anything you buy, but this guitar stays in tune perfectly and sounds great. I have no problems or complaints with mine. Right out of the box, the setup was nice with low action that doesn't hurt your fingers. Every note rings true on every string on every fret. The fret edges are nice and smooth and don't hang over the edge of the fretboard as they do on many inexpensive guitars. Whether you're a beginner and looking for your first guitar to learn on or if you're a seasoned pro and want a guitar to take camping or just to knock around with, you can't go wrong with Rogue instruments. I highly recommend it. It would be a bargain at twice the price. Go for it!

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4.0

My son loves it!

By the tonz

from reading, pa

Comments about Rogue Grand Concert Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

My 10 year old son began guitar lessons last year with a beginner guitar and now he loves this better sounding, better quality guitar. It does sound great.

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4.0

Top Notch For An Affordable Guitar

By Teejay

from Murrieta, CA

Pros

  • Really Nice And Playable

Cons

  • Cheap Bridge Breaks Easy

Best Uses

  • Stays In Tune

Comments about Rogue Grand Concert Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

For all the guitars coming out of China (where else?), this is a gem. The only bad thing is the plastic bridge. Breaks easily, so you might want to upgrade. I've been playing mine for about 5 years now, and it's really a comfortable, easy playing guitar. I bought a Yamaha at three times the price, but keep going back to the Rogue.I highly recommend it. I got the natural. If I had it to do over, I'd do it just the same.

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2.0

get what you payed for

By mosaisword

from Undisclosed

Comments about Rogue Grand Concert Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

this was my first acoustic electric and i use it to play in my church band. it doesn't stay in tune too well and it doesn't sound well in an amp but is sounds alright not plugged in. but what do you expect for the money?

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(9 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Fun little guitar to play

By David Pinson

from Undisclosed

Comments about Rogue Grand Concert Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

I bought this as just a spare knockaround / camping guitar about 3 years ago. I was and still am very impressed. It's small comforable "parlor" size makes it easy to play, yet it has really great 'bright' projection. It is one of my favorite guitars to practice on and write on unplugged. It has nice sound plugged in as well. It's no martin or Taylor, but it is pretty well constructed. Most likely you will need to change the strings on it. I use d'addario exp-10's or 15's strings on it and it plays great. I would recommend it as a great beginner to intermediate guitar. You won't be dissappointed, and plus it sells at a killer price!

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(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Rogue - No Rogue at All

By Javier Guerrero

from Arlington Height, IL

Comments about Rogue Grand Concert Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

I bought the Rogue Grand Concert Cutaway with the Fishman electronics as a knock around guitar. In fact I was not expecting too much for what I was paying. I was very pleasantly surprised when I got it. It has great tone and projection. I plays very well and looks like a much more expensive instrument. I have played it in the company of very expensive acoustic and it held up great in terms of sound quality and even looks. I am definitely very happy that I "took a chance" on this guitar.

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5.0

Good guitar for the price.

By Rich Flinkstrom

from Hotchkiss, W.V.

Comments about Rogue Grand Concert Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

It sounds good and is easy to play. I needed a quick replacement and this one worked out well. I am just a beginner but I like playing this guitar.

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(3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Nice Guitar for the money

By Tyler -cff1E

from Springfield, MO

Comments about Rogue Grand Concert Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

This is a nice guitar and sounds really good. I had the strings replaced as soon as it came in which made a big difference. The electronics are good and sound great. The only issue I have with the guitar is that you can tell they did spend a lot of time on the details. There are some areas on the guitar that need a little work but overall it looks pretty good. I would recommend this to anyone who is just getting started. The price cannot be beat for the what you get in return!

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(13 of 16 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Nice style Guitar

By Henry Malone

from warren,ohio

Comments about Rogue Grand Concert Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

The Rogue Grand Concert Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar is really a nice style quitar. First I like the price which is a nice price for a nice quitar. I like the sunburst color. I have played one of these quitar at the quitar and I like the way it felt. The action was really smooth and easy to play. The sound was just as good as a martin 0028. The quitar seemed firm and well made. This is a really nice quitar well worth the price.

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