Rogue RA-090 Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar Natural

  • 6-string
  • Dreadnought design
  • Whitewood body
  • 25-3/8″ scale length
  • Nato neck
Brand Rogue
Top Material Type Spruce
Body Material Wood
Back Material Type Mahogany
Neck Material Type Nato Wood
Fretboard Material Type Rosewood
String Material Type Nickel
Hand Orientation Ambidextrous
Number of Strings 6

Review

$120.58

Description

A fantastic entry-level acoustic at a price point that anybody can afford. Rogue is offering a fantastic bargain on the RA-90 dreadnought acoustic guitar. The Rogue guitar is an excellent choice for a novice or young musician. The depth and breadth of the body produce a balanced tone with lots of projection that can be heard from across the room. The whitewood body of this ultra-affordable dreadnought acoustic guitar brings out a lot of mid-range power.

The nato neck provides sustain without sacrificing tone power. The painted maple bridge and fingerboard provide clarity to each note while also giving the guitar a distinctive appearance. When going up and down the 20 frets, the RA-090’s C-shape neck, 1-2/3″ nut width, and 16″ radius aid with complex fretboard motions. Nickel hardware and covered tuners are also included on the RA-90. This Rogue acoustic guitar will undoubtedly perform admirably, and at a price that everyone can afford. The case is available for purchase separately. To choose colors and/or other settings, use the drop-down menu to the right.

2 reviews for Rogue RA-090 | Acoustic Guitar For Beginners

  1. Marshall Hudson

    The Rogue acoustic guitar was a fantastic purchase. We got it for our kid, who is extremely musical but has never attempted to play the guitar. It’s a full-sized guitar, and after some pre-purchase research, I learned that it came highly rated and was reasonably priced. It’s fun to play and a terrific place to start. We replaced the strings after a tip from my guitar-playing nephew, and the instrument is now simpler to play as a consequence, but this guitar still looks and performs well and is a great place to start for a novice or even intermediate guitarist. For your convenience, I’ve included a photo.

  2. Issac R. Dean

    I bought this guitar with all of the usual doubts and concerns about buying something so personal on the internet without previously playing it, as well as the absurd risk of it being delivered to me and not arriving in the correct amount of parts. My worries were drowned out by my incredible luck and fortune. The vendor did an excellent job of packaging it (box inside another box with good packing material.) The instrument is wonderful, and the apparent point is that I received a guitar that is quite comparable in quality to a Martin for only $81.18 including TTL (tax, title, and license). I wouldn’t say the sound is identical to Martin’s, but it’s close enough for this “game of marbles.” To get the reference, you might have to be a Texas old man.

    The fact that this originated from a retail business is also noteworthy. Is this a continuously made product or a “going out of the business deal” because there are numerous of these advertised on Amazon? How can Martin justify asking $1,000 for a very identical product if this is a regular product and both the manufacturer and the reseller are generating a decent profit? I suppose making guitars isn’t as pricey as I anticipated. A Martin isn’t worth ten times as much as a Martin. I’ve owned and played Martins ranging from a 0016K to a J45, with a couple of D28s thrown in for good measure, and this Rogue 090 is up to the task. I strongly suggest this guitar to everyone, including those of us who have callouses on our fingers and those who have terribly hurting fingers. I WAS VERY FORTUNATE!

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