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Luna Guitars Neo Electric Guitar
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This Luna Neo Electric Guitar has a basswood, single cutaway body, maple neck, and a rosewood fingerboard. The Luna guitar has dual humbucking pickup...Read More
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Fresh, youthful, and revolutionary.
This Luna Neo Electric Guitar has a basswood, single cutaway body, maple neck, and a rosewood fingerboard. The Luna guitar has dual humbucking pickups, matte nickel hardware, mother-of-pearl inlaid moon phase fret markers, and a comfortable neck profile for easy playing.
Luna's signature crescent moon logo, shines brightly from the gently curved headstock. Cool and durable brushed nickel tuners provide smooth, precise adjustment.
Luna's specially designed neck profile insures a comfortable playing experience that puts challenging notes and chords within easy reach. Luna's exclusive moon phase fret board markers, inlaid in mother-of-pearl, trace the length of the rosewood fret board over maple neck.
A light basswood body with distinctive Neo pick guard profile features brushed nickel dual humbucking pickups and hardware for a hip and happening look.
- Basswood body
- Maple neck
- Rosewood fingerboard
- Comfortable neck profile for easy play
- Distinctive "Neo" white pickguard
- Matte nickel hardware
- Mother-of-Pearl Inlaid moon phase fret markers
- Dual humbucking pickups
- Master volume, master tone, upper-bout 3-way pickup selector
- 24-3/4" scale
- 1-5/8" nut width
Reviewed by 3 customers
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First of all, I really like the Ying Yang design and the decent tones of this guitar. It is an overall good guitar for the price that I paid for. It is also lighter than I thought and the only problem that I had was the slight buzz when hitting around the 3rd fret. After adjusting it abit, the guitar plays nicely now.
This guitar finally came in two days ago, and I'm quite impressed. The Luna Neo is much lighter than I figured it would be, and so far I've only had one minor problem. The top strings would buzz at around the 15th fret, so I had to raise them slightly. Even so, the strings are pretty close to the fretboard and allow me to play faster than my Ibanez IJ. Definitely worth more than what I paid, I'll give it that.
im a guitar addict. i buy guitars at the drop of a hat. for reasons of different style, shape, and for sound. i would keep it for 35 bucks. action was set high so i was going to set it low but realized the neck was warped or truss rod tightened too tight and the neck is like a bananna. looks like a freshman highschooler paint project. hardware isnt bad. the look is cool, but definetly a kid guitar. just cheap.