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Gmoney
12-13-2010, 08:53 AM
Luna shows a picture of the new "Peace Uke" slated for unveiling at NAMM 2011:

http://lunaguitars.wordpress.com/2010/12/10/new-luna-instruments-sneak-preview-part-1/

http://lunaguitars.files.wordpress.com/2010/12/peace-uke-malu.jpg

ukeeku
12-13-2010, 08:56 AM
I will have to check this out when I go to NAMM. I hope they are a little better than the Tattoo and Honu

philxbx
12-13-2010, 08:57 AM
Very pretty indeed!!

bazmaz
12-13-2010, 09:08 AM
Ha - love those Luna ukes - this one is cool

fitncrafty
12-13-2010, 10:09 AM
I saw this a few days ago.. I really like the design. There is another Uke with a wave design coming out too.

mm stan
12-13-2010, 09:25 PM
Aloha Gmoney,
I think Eugene has the original with the words around the soundboard....can we get a pic...Eugene????MM Stan...

elisdad
12-14-2010, 01:21 AM
I like it.

I really like the Luna Ukes, the designs are interesting. I bought my son a Luna Concert Tattoo and dare I say, I like playing it better than my Fluke. I can feel the frets sticking out on the sides of the neck a bit. So it seems that could be finished better. I think the playability has more to do with the how thick the fluke's neck feels to me. I also have a harder time using just my index finger to bar the GCE strings on a D chord on the fluke because it is a bit wider. I actually considered returning the fluke when I received it and getting a Luna high-tide concert, but there were too many good things said about the playability of the fluke for rookies. But for a beginner, I think the Luna is a fine choice.

fitncrafty
12-14-2010, 01:27 AM
I like it.

I really like the Luna Ukes, the designs are interesting. I bought my son a Luna Concert Tattoo and dare I say, I like playing it better than my Fluke. I can feel the frets sticking out on the sides of the neck a bit. So it seems that could be finished better. I think the playability has more to do with the how thick the fluke's neck feels to me. I also have a harder time using just my index finger to bar the GCE strings on a D chord on the fluke because it is a bit wider. I actually considered returning the fluke when I received it and getting a Luna high-tide concert, but there were too many good things said about the playability of the fluke for rookies. But for a beginner, I think the Luna is a fine choice.

I have the Luna Concert Floral.. its my second uke... my first was a 60 buzzer.. wish I found this group first. Within a month I bought my Luna.. The shop Luthier set it up (free) because I was going to return it because it had a buzz.. but its great now... I just love it... I find it easier to play because of the slim neck too... I am already dreaming of other ukes.. but that is all it is. dreaming.....

provines
12-14-2010, 03:50 PM
Sign me up for this one.