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Luna Guitars Henna Paradise Cedar Folk Style Cutaway Acoustic Electric Guitar
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The Luna Henna Paradise C is made from rich woods and has complex tones offering players a guitar that is as unforgettable in its sound as it is in i...Click To Read More About This Product
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Unites modern features with the beauty of an ancient feminine art form.
The Luna Henna Paradise C is made from rich woods and has complex tones offering players a guitar that is as unforgettable in its sound as it is in its artistry. The Paradise C features a cedar top, mahogany back and sides, and a built-in 4-band preamp with tuner. The folk style cutaway body and petite neck profile is comfortable to play and allows full fretboard access. State-of-the-art laser etching technology faithfully re-creates the intricate design that renowned UK henna artist Alex Morgan envisioned especially for Luna in this breathtaking guitar.
- 25-1/2" scale length with 1-5/8" nut width
- Solid cedar top
- Mahogany back & sides
- Mahogany neck
- Rosewood fingerboard
- Mahogany headstock plate
- Maple/rosewood/maple binding
- Petite neck profile
- Clear matte finish
- Matte nickel die cast tuners with mother-of-pearl buttons
- Original henna artwork for Luna by renowned UK artist Alex Morgan
- State-of-the-art laser etched henna design on front, back and headstock
- Luna's 4-band preamp with built-in tuner and low z output
- Inlaid mother-of-pearl crescent moon logo on the headstock
- Exclusive moon phase fretboard markers inlaid in mother-of-pearl
- Luna rosewood bridge
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Man, I really wanted to believe in this company. When I found out about these guitars I fell in love. So much so that I sold my Epiphone to buy one. I was weary to buy this guitar since I couldn't try it out first because there are no dealers around here. Well, BIGGEST MISTAKE. Once delivered, I tuned it up, started playing, and was very disappointed. First, there is virtually no low end tone, just a horrible twang. It also starts to buzz after the 12th fret, and the 12th and 13th fret play the same note. I was hoping that I just got a dud so I took it to the local shop. Everyone LOVED the design of course but as soon as he strummed it I saw everyone cringe. He told me that the guitar could use a little work, but as far as the overall awful sound, that's just the make of the guitar so it'd be pointless. So needless to say I can't post that return sticker on fast enough. If you really care about great tone and playability more than looks then this isn't the guitar for you. I just purchased a Taylor 110 for the exact amount.
At the 2006 Summer NAMM show I spent more time trying out the Luna Guitar line than any other brand on the convention floor. Many cool designs to choose from, the inlays are beautiful and this henna model is just plain gorgeous. Designed with the female player in mind, they are feminine looking without looking wimpy or silly.These guitars (even the kid's models)are VERY playable instruments with nice action and would be a superb choice for beginner guitarists, people with smaller hands or people with carpal tunnel, neck or back problems (like me). The entire line is very reasonably priced for the quality and playability of the instrument.