Luna Guitars Expands Wabi Sabi Series

Luna Guitars is pleased to announce the addition of the folk sized body shape acoustic guitar to the popular Wabi Sabi Series. The guitar features a folk body style (in-between a parlor and grand concert) a solid spruce top, and Luna SL3 preamp with tuner and built-in EQ.


Commonly depicted using Japanese aesthetics, Wabi Sabi is a world view that embraces imperfection and appreciates beauty that is incomplete in nature. Like the philosophy, the Wabi Sabi Series is for players looking to improve their playing abilities and perfect their craft without worrying about errors.

The Luna Wabi Sabi Folk Acoustic-Electric guitar features a solid spruce top, mahogany back and sides with black binding, a mahogany "C"-shape neck with a 20-fret 15"-radius laurel fretboard and a Bone 1 11/16"-nut. In addition, it has a satin natural finish, a "Zen Brushstroke" rosette, pau ferro bridge, sealed die-cast chrome tuners, dual-action truss rod and D'Addario EXP16 (.012-.053) coated strings.

Wabi Sabi Folk Solid Top Acoustic-Electric Guitar

"The Wabi Sabi Folk A/E makes an excellent beginner and intermediate guitar at an affordable price," said Adam Gomes, Brand Director & Artist Relations at Luna Guitars. "It features a solid spruce top, which is a favorite among many traditional guitarists and allows players of all skill levels to hear strong acoustic tones with crisp projection."

The Luna Wabi Sabi Folk A/E – Solid Top sells for $299.00 at authorized Luna Guitars dealers. For more information, go to www.lunaguitars.com.

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