Luna Guitars Trinity
Luna Guitars presents the rather uncommon-looking Trinity acoustic-electric guitar.
The Trinity features a solid Sitka spruce top with an original knot work sound hole crafted of Mother-of-Pearl with Ebony borders. An ebony bridge, classic herringbone binding, Rosewood sides and solid Rosewood back put the finishing touches on this instrument.
Luna's Mother of Pearl logo shines brightly from an Ebony headstock with Gotoh 18:1 tuners (equipped with Mother-of-Pearl Buttons), while the brand's mother of Pearl signature moon phase fret markers make their way across an ebony fret board. The guitar also features bone nut and saddle.
The Trinity features a B-Band Preamp Tuner that aims at maintaining the intimate and natural acoustic tonal quality of the instrument. The Preamp includes a 3 band EQ, phase select, low cut filter with frequency select, as well as Hi and Lo Z outputs.
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