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RawrGazzawrs
07-12-2010, 08:58 PM
Well my birthday is coming up in 2 months, and its been confirmed that I'll be getting a new uke on my birthday :D I've been looking around amazon and i found a concert ukulele from the company Luna. Apparently its not well known and their uke line is pretty new. If anyone has purchased a Luna ukulele then tell me what you think of their ukuleles like their sound quality ;)

RawrGazzawrs
07-12-2010, 09:03 PM
http://www.lunaguitars.com/TOC/acoustictoc.php

theres a link to there acoustic guitars and ukes if you'd like to see what they have ;) if your interested in a decorative guitar or maybe an uke, then i suggest looking at their stuff :)

kissing
07-12-2010, 09:44 PM
All the reviews I read online seem positive.
People are happy with their ukes - apparently they're well set up, frets are well dressed and they have a good sound as well as great looks.
I'm getting one too (a High-Tide Concert), but I won't have it til end of July.

Here's a video of Rachel Pearl playing and singing with one
http://www.youtube.com/rachelpearl#p/a/u/0/VC30QU1xiXc


I think they're well made acoustic-electric laminate ukes.

mm stan
07-13-2010, 12:26 AM
Aloha RawrGazzawrs,
I seen a nice Luna pineapple soprano in musicians friend $69.00
Tele#800-776-5173 or Musiciansfriend.com
This uke comes with the hawaiian style tattoo niho niho designs on the lower bout of the
sound board and the rosette(niho noho in hawaiian teeth deign)and mother of
pearl shark's teeth position markers and head stock imbellishments..

Sambient
07-13-2010, 12:59 AM
I will say this, the Luna ukes are turning popular enough that many places are sold out of the tattoo series for the moment. Though I just sold a Luna on the Marketplace, it is with the intention of getting another one. Which is why I know many places are out of stock until sometime next month.
And when I did sell the first Luna to make room for a new one, I was sad. I miss it already.
My personal favorite feature on the Luna which distinguished it from many of the others in the same price point: the neck. Smoothness!
I'm impressed by Yvonne deVilliers, Luna Guitar founder. I contacted the company to ask a question about the newest model and to do my regular request that they seriously consider putting out a left-handed electric. I was not expecting my reply to be from the head goddess herself.