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A solid cedar top, beautiful inlays and B-Band electronics.
The Oracle Tattoo is inspired by traditional Polynesian body ornamentation. Those designs were monochromatic, tattooed in black against brown skin, with strongly geometric patterns, and many shapes and symbols inspired by the natural island world: stones, waves, fish, sharks, turtles, rain, sun, birds.
This guitar delivers a sound that's as rich and freeing as the creature that inspired the design. Luna's signature crescent moon logo, inlaid in mother-of-pearl, shines brightly from the gently curved rosewood headstock. Elegant 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 fretboard markers, inlaid in mother-of-pearl, trace the length of the rosewood fingerboard over mahogany neck. A grand concert body with solid cedar top and mahogany back and sides creates a full sounding instrument that is sure to please any player.
T35 3-Band EQ with Tuner
The T35 is a single input preamp, with an LCD / LED chromatic tuner with ON / OFF button and signal output mute. The tuner can also be used when the preamp is not plugged-in. Other features include a three-band EQ, Phase button and drop-in installation.
Enjoy dramatic style and great sound. Order your Luna today.
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Comments about Luna Guitars Oracle Grand Concert Series Tattoo Acoustic-Electric Guitar:
I admit I bought this purely for how great it looked. It is one of the most beautiful guitars I had seen, and if nothing else, intended for it to be just a wall-decoration. But I am so amazed and impressed at its sound, durability and playability - to the point where I couldn't believe it was as inexpensive as it was. Overall, I was more impressed with this guitar than my Martin (not my Taylor though :-)