Luna Guitars Banjolele 8" Ukulele(Tobacco Burst Ulu Design) Sku #H82599000001001 Luna Guitars H82599 TAUA Acoustic Ukuleles https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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An eye-catching combination of banjo and ukulele that'll spike your musical punch.
The Luna Banjolele 8" Ukulele brings banjo punch to the ukulele party. It features some inspired etchings on its mahogany back. The mahogany neck has a smooth rosewood fingerboard and a 15.5" soprano scale. Tuned like a concert ukulele, this banjolele is sure to add some distinctive tones to your jams.
The etched patterns on the back of Luna's banjoleles are a tribute to traditional Hawaiian quilt design. In the early 1800's, missionaries brought woven fabrics and steel needles and taught the Hawaiian people how to make patchwork quilts. But the Hawaiians made them uniquely their own. The designs were cut from one piece by folding fabric in the same way that you would fold paper to cut snowflakes and were based on the many plants that surrounded them. Luna has chosen the KALO (taro plant) as inspiration because this plant was a sacred and an essential part of early Hawaiian life.
Luna is a line of comfortable stringed instruments made for musicians of all ages and beautifully crafted to engage minds and spirits along with talent. Getting a Luna instrument is sort of like joining a tribe. There's a great vibe among "members" and a commitment on the part of Luna to help everyone succeed in fulfilling thier dreams. There's even a Luna University of free guitar lessons online to registered owners of Luna guitars.
Includes gig bag.
- Traditional laser etched Ulu design etched on back of resonator
- 8" soprano mahogany resonator
- Mahogany neck
- Rosewood fretboard
- Tortoise binding
- Maple back
- 15.5" Concert scale
- Chrome hardware
- 12-piece bracket
- 1-9/16" nut
- Matte tobacco burst
- Gig bag included
Turn your playing experience into one endless Luna de miel. Order today.