Luna Guitars Fauna Dragon Folk Acoustic-Electric Guitar
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The Fauna Dragon Folk Acoustic-Electric Guitar has a downsized jumbo cutaway body that is comfortably contoured to fit any musician. The Fauna Dragon has a select spruce top for a full range of sound, and the sides and back are crafted of mahogany. The elegant rosewood over mahogany neck has a slender profile that puts even challenging notes and chords within easy reach. The Dragon features Luna's gently curved headstock with a signature crescent moon logo inlaid in sparkling abalone. Matte nickel die-cast tuners provide smooth and precise adjustment.
When your mood turns electric the Orion 4-band preamp has more than enough power for any setting. The equalizer lets you shape your sound just the way you like it, and a built-in electronic tuner that makes it easy to keep tones true and on-key.
A rich abalone Dragon inlay arches powerfully across the guitar's raven finish, making this instrument an attention-getter from the moment it comes out of the case. Other Luna signature accents include a crescent moon inlaid in abalone around the sound hole, inlaid abalone crescent moon logo on the headstock, and exclusive moon phase fretboard markers inlaid in abalone.
The Fauna Dragon - for the player who's ready to make an unforgettable musical statement. Case sold separately.
- Folk-style cutaway body
- 25-1/2" scale length width 1-5/8" nut width
- Select spruce top
- Mahogany back & sides
- Mahogany neck
- Rosewood fingerboard
- Design Features
- Petite neck profile
- Black 'lacquer look' finish
- Luna's 4-band preamp with built-in tuner and low z output
- Matte nickel die cast tuners
- Stunning freeform Dragon inlay in abalone
- Case sold separately
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Comments about Luna Guitars Fauna Dragon Folk Acoustic-Electric Guitar:
Great guitar with awesome looks and super sound for minimum money! Visually stunning, pictures don't do it justice! My only complaint is that the action is a little high for my taste. Nothing a good guitar tech can't fix.