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Decorated with beautiful blue flame and striking dolphin artwork, this traditional concert ukulele looks as...
Started by stained glass artist Yvonne de Villiers who thinks that instruments should look as beautiful as the sound they create, Luna Guitars has been one of the most celebrated brands in music for over a decade now. Not just revered for their guitars though, Luna also has a full line-up of folk and traditional instruments for musicians that are in search of something different. Equally stunning in appearance and artistically crafted with a tone all their own, the collection of instruments here represents the best of what Luna Guitars has to offer.
From banjos and mandolins, to ukuleles, lap steels and more, no matter what you're searching for in a folk or traditional instrument you'll be able to find it in this section. Take the gorgeously patterned Luna Guitars Tattoo Concert Mahogany Ukulele, for example. Constructed of mahogany with a soft satin finish, it's decorated with a traditional Hawaiian body ornamentation for a Polynesian-tattooed look that refused to be ignored. And with a captivating tone that matches the unique appearance, you'll love playing this uke day after day.
If you're more interested in the country and western twang of a banjo, then you should definitely turn your attention over to the Luna Guitars Celtic 5-String Banjo. Blending cultures with the Celtic pattern laser-etched onto its classically-styled resonator, this banjo has a traditional sound that rings clearly for all to hear. Also featuring a rosewood fretboard, a mahogany neck and chrome hardware, it's completely professional in its construction.
Luna Guitars folk and traditional instruments continue to impress and inspire artists around the world. Strikingly combining form, design and sound, these instruments are unlike any others out there. So if your goal is to look as good as you sound on stage or in the studio, you've definitely come to the right place.