Tampa, FL (July 9, 2020) -- Luna Guitars unites solid tone and summer vibes with the introduction of the new Woodland Bamboo Dreadnought acoustic guitar. This latest addition to Luna’s Bamboo Series of exotic instruments offers a laser-etched leaf design around the sound hole and smooth ripples along the natural bamboo body, all with the warm sounds and room-filling output one would expect from a full-body guitar. Ideal for the singer/songwriter or home recordist, the Woodland Bamboo Dreadnought is the perfect combination of natural tone and natural beauty.
Luna’s Bamboo Series offers 100 percent renewable bamboo as a foundation for excellent acoustic tone. The new Woodland Bamboo Dreadnought is a quality-built acoustic with bamboo top, sides and back, a classic square-shoulder design, and satin natural finish. The rich sustain of this flat-top dreadnought is enhanced by set-neck construction with dual-action truss rod. The sturdy mahogany neck (25 1/2’’ scale) adds to the warm, mellow tone, while the C-shape provides a comfortable playing experience for chording and soloing. The Graph Tech NuBone nut (1 11/16’’ width) is another reliable asset made from a derivative of Graph Tech's highly resonant TUSQ material and manufactured to precise tolerances under high heat and pressure.
Further enhancing its exotic appeal, the Woodland Bamboo Dreadnought offers warm, articulate pau ferro for the 20-fret fingerboard (15" radius) and bridge. Luna adds signature touches with pearl Moon Phase inlays on the fretboard and the delicately designed rosette. Chrome hardware and sealed die-cast tuners on the matching headstock are an aesthetic complement, while the D’Addario EXP16 coated phosphor bronze strings round out this guitar’s overall sonic character with warm, bright, and balanced tone.
The Woodland Bamboo Dreadnought is the perfect companion for unplugged performances or mic’ing up in the home studio, and at a street price of $259, it’s a new addition that won’t deplete the summer vacation fund.
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