Rogue started making guitars in the 1990’s. The company was started near the Oregon Rogue Valley with a focus on affordable folk and the aspiring musician. Rogue now produces a full line of value-priced stringed instruments, amplifiers, and keyboards. Classic electric guitars, electric basses, and even a steel guitar fill out the string section in any top bluegrass band. You’ll need Rogue effects pedals for distortion, tremolo, delay, vintage sounds, and much more. And the Rogue collection of strings in every material for every stringed instrument is always at your fingertips.
Rogue acoustic guitars are produced with ash wood tops, and the electric guitars have a one-piece mahogany wood construction. Both feature rosewood fretboards. The most popular Rogue models range from the 7/8 scale Rogue Starter Acoustic Guitar for aspiring young guitarists to the folk lovers’ Rogue Classic Spider Resonator, with a shiny die-cast spider bridge and an aluminum resonator cone. Many of the Rogue stringed instruments can either be purchased in multiples for classes and groups or in complete sets with an amplifier, cable, picks, strap and a gig bag. They even make a Rogue Mandolin And Ukulele Travel Pack complete with both classic folk instruments, gig bags for each, pitch pipe, tuning instructions and chord guide.