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A grand auditorium guitar with exquisite top wood veneers and B-Band electronics.
The Mustang model depicts wild horses galloping freely across a moonlit desert plain ... their movements individual, yet united in the common joy of flying hooves over moon-mirroring sand.
How much dust do you like to kick up when writing, practicing, recording, or performing? Do you run at full clip, pace yourself, or stop often to admire each new view? Let your natural tendencies run wild on this gorgeous Vista series guitar.
Luna Guitars' new Vista series continues a tradition of beautiful, innovative design, laden with personal meaning. This collection of three guitars evokes majestic landscapes, with open space to all sides and above ... giving your creativity room to roam, explore and soar.
Your audience will find their imaginations sparked by the composition of vibrant colors and textures in the specially-chosen, exotic wood veneers of each model. Best of all, the natural variations in these woods' grain and color will make every Vista series guitar unique among its fellows ... mirroring the individual ways that we each perceive the vistas in our own lives.
Expand your horizons. Order this Vista today.
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Comments about Luna Guitars Vista Mustang Rosewood Back and Sides Acoustic-Electric Guitar:
At this price point, this is a lot of guitar and decent craftsmanship. The first thing that strikes you is the design. The exotic woods and colorful mosaic top, the manufacturer's moon phase fret markers, the stylish case all pack a punch as a first impression.
I had played this guitar in a local shop several times and it remained among a short list of those I thought worth adding to my collection. Mind you, this is not the quality of a Martin, but it also isn't at that price point. The store just went out of business and among the purchases I made were two acoustic guitars - this and a Gibson Hummingbird. Both are very nice and very different. For most serious and professional gigs, the Hummingbird would be the choice to play. However, day to day, easily the Luna is there for me.
I prefer this guitar's bright and precise midtones and harmonic spectrum. Once tuned, and the onboard digital tuner is great and precise, is is a marvelously confortable play. A string change might be warranted depending on your tastes, but it is very pleasing once set up as you like it. It is decently built and full-featured. I completely expected an overcompensated toy when I first saw it, but found it professionally pleasant. Tes, I could find a few others that fit me better or play better, but this is an all around great quality instrument that looks fabulous, plays comfortably, and sounds like you want a guitar to sound. If you demand a warmer tone, you might be a little disappointed, but not much.