With its slotted headstock and natural finish, this all-mahogany resonator guitar has a classic look and feel. The hard maple biscuit bridge and hand-spun spiral cone make it really sing. A larger body style, mother-of-pearl dot inlays, and a nickel-plated cone cover make it distinctive.
It's an unbelievable price for a 12-string guitar that doesn't skimp on features. Sitka spruce top, mahogany back and sides, dovetail neck joint, scalloped bracing, rosewood fretboard with dot markers, die-cast tuners, plus herringbone binding and rosette. It comes equipped with Martin strings, and, best of all, it's a 12-string.
Mine was a 2009, probably made in China. It's a laminated top, fat neck, dreadnought-style, black guitar. Cheap plastic bridge, no electronics.
Rogue RAGCEQ-SN. It's built like a battleship strong. But only valuable as a little beater guitar that's got the Acoustic qualities of a muted piano.
This type A mandolin from Rogue is a great starter mando for anyone looking to learn. The quality is low but more than enough to start any bluegrass adventure.
It boasts of non-locking nickle tuners, "mother of pearl" inlay on the headstock, and a "floating" bridge. Acompaning this mandolin was a well crafted Rouge Durafaom case, strap, songbook and owners manual.