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Already known for its lines of artistic guitars, Luna Guitars releases the "Neo" Series, an innovative new line of electric instruments especially designed and engineered to appeal to young musicians.


In Luna's tradition of encouraging players to express their own unique individuality, the "Your Space" guitar — star of the Neo Series — allows an owner to completely customize his or her guitar with words and images of their own choosing.

The guitar's clear pick guard unscrews so that a collage of significant photos, stickers, CD images, song lyrics, art, poetry, philosophy, or any other visual piece a player fancies can be applied so that it becomes the focal point of the guitar. For tech-savvy players who prefer to create their pick guards in digital form for easy printout, Luna's design team has made an easy-to-use digital template available online. After each collage is assembled and positioned on the guitar, the pick guard is simply screwed back on and the newly customized Neo is ready to rock. The possibilities are as endless as each player's imagination!

The sleek, lightweight Luna Neo guitars feature matte nickel dual humbucking pickups and hardware, and an upper bout selector switch.

Luna's crescent-moon logo shines brightly from matching headstocks with brushed nickel tuners while the company's signature mother-of-pearl moon phase fret markers make their way down a slim rosewood finger board crowned with a 1-5/8"nut. The guitar features basswood body and maple neck with a 25 ½" scale.

In addition to the black "Your Space" model, Neo electrics are available in four colors: red, blue and pink with white pick guards, or white with a black pick guard.
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