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Luna Guitars Wabi Sabi Grand Concert Acoustic-Electric Guitar
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Wabi Sabi is a Japanese philosophy that embraces imperfection. Characteristics of the wabi-sabi aesthetic include asymmetry, irregularity, simplicity...Click To Read More About This Product
6-Month* financing available.
Enjoy a Zen-like experience with this simple Grand Concert hybrid.
Wabi Sabi is a Japanese philosophy that embraces imperfection. Characteristics of the wabi-sabi aesthetic include asymmetry, irregularity, simplicity, economy and appreciation of the organic nature of natural objects. Luna's Wabi-sabi guitars are constructed with B grade tops - usually rejected for being aesthetically imperfect but sounding the same as A grade tops.
This makes each guitar different and allows these solid top guitars to be sold at a laminate guitar price - all while making more complete use of our natural resources. Case sold separately.
Zen brush stroke rosette
Body: Grand concert
Top: Solid B-grade spruce
Back & Sides: Mahogany
Preamp: Luna proprietary
Finish: Satin top, back, and sides
Case sold separately
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- Unexpected and unintentional spills, drops and cracks
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- Power surges
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- For products over $200, No Lemon Policy applies. If it fails for the same defect 3 times, it is replaced on the 4th breakdown. (Does not apply to failures due to drops, spills, and cracks)
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- Good Feel
- Rich Sound
- Stays In Tune
- Small Venues
Comments about Luna Guitars Wabi Sabi Grand Concert Acoustic-Electric Guitar:
First of all, the Wabi Sabi Grand Concert Acoustic Electric Guitar is a cutaway. The photos on the Musician's Friend page shows the Wabi Sabi dreadnought (I have uploaded a photo of the guitar I received from MF and perhaps they will post the proper photos after reading this). The design around the sound hole, the color, neck and headstock are all the same as the dreadnought. That being said, this guitar exceeded my expectations right out of the box. It is solid, maybe a bit heavier than similar guitars in this size. Also, I would not know that the top is made from "B-grade" wood- the finish is tip-top and it feels good in hands. Appearances aside, this guitar plays comfortably and sounds as good or better than most solid tops I have played. The spruce is perhaps a bit brighter than my past acoustics (usually mahogany-topped) but it handles the low end like a dreadnought and strums with a full, rich sound. The neck is fast and smooth, the tuners are quality and the action, on arrival, was low without any detectable fret buzz. Plugged in, the guitar sounded balanced but overloaded my Behringer practice amp unless I kept the pre-amp leveIs lower than what I was used to (the equalizer on the preamp offers 4 level controls and volume). Perhaps pre-amp volume should be kept lower than similar acoustic-electrics but I will defer that one to more experienced opinions. In conclusion, this guitar is a steal for money and I look forward to practicing and playing out with it at an open mic.