View Full Version : Man, these play awesome and townz for days
06-01-2009, 05:46 PM
I know it's a lesser known manuf., and they have about 40 different lines which is usually an indication of mass produced rubbish.
However, I played one at a pawn shop like 6 months ago, and this guy I work with just bought almost the same one, from the SAME store for his son's 16th Bday. (he's upgrading from an old Hondo hand me down acoustic.)
06-01-2009, 05:57 PM
hm. Its hard to tell...I've never seen one before...
06-01-2009, 07:49 PM
heard of, never seen one. how much do they go for?
06-01-2009, 08:11 PM
um, I think the Luna Muse series is like $600 - $1100 range depending.
Made in Florida.
06-02-2009, 12:56 PM
A local store actually carries those. I think the most expensive one in the store is about $600...maybe less.
They are actually pretty nice guitars. Most of them are smaller bodied with narrow necks. They were designed for girls, but they play a lot like a thin necked electric guitar.
I've been tempted by one of their 12 strings because the nut is still only 1 5/8" wide, so it feels pretty much like you're playing a 6 string. I haven't pulled the trigger though.
I see Musician's Friend carries the line. The 12 string is $379. Looks like the most expensive Muse is $450. They've got some pretty pricey ones, but they are gaudy and covered in inlays. :hb:
This one is $2k.
07-21-2009, 11:29 PM
There's a music store near me that carries some of these guitars. The most expensive one they have is about 2 grand. I saw and tried one that was about $700 last year. The finish was really nice, and the neck was like buttah. The sound was a bit dead, but I don't think it was the instrument itself. It needed a string change though, they were caked with crud... that probably didn't help at all.
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