Luna Guitars has unveiled the Vista Eagle Tropical Wood acoustic-electric guitar, with an eye-popping top constructed from a combination of padauk, quilt mahogany, koa and spalted maple, depicting an eagle in flight over a natural landscape.
Other features include a gloss-finished, flamed maple-bound, Grand Concert cutaway body with koa back and sides, a hand-shaped 25.5-inch scale mahogany neck and an ebony fingerboard with 20 frets and Pearl Moon Phase inlays.
There’s also a bone nut, ebony bridge and sealed diecast tuners, as well as a Fishman Presys+ (PRO-PSY-201) preamp with built-in tuner and EQ.
The Vista Eagle is offered in six- and 12-string versions, as well as a Uke Vista Eagle Concert with a walnut neck and Fishman Kula onboard ukulele preamp system with three-band EQ.
The guitars come with a leather-tooled hardshell case ($729 for the six-string; $769 for the 12-string), while the uke is accompanied by a padded gigbag for $349.
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