Luna Gypsy Muse Parlor Acoustic Guitar, Mahogany

  • This complete parlor guitar is part of our all-mahogany Gypsy series, which comes in three different profiles and has a warm and inviting tone.
  • Elegant characteristics are coupled with an unexpectedly low price.
  • Back walnut stringers, Luna’s unique moon phase fret marks, and a modest Celtic-inspired rosette are all included.
  • This acoustic is suited for fingerstyle players looking for a punchy tone with a warm midrange.
Brand Luna Guitars
Color Satin Natural
Top Material Type Mahogany
Body Material Mahogany
Back Material Type Mahogany Wood
Neck Material Type Mahogany
Fretboard Material Type Mahogany
Hand Orientation Right
Guitar Bridge System Fixed
Scale Length 25.5

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$209.00

Description

Luna Guitars, like other acoustic makers, have a number of parlor models in their catalog to cater to people who enjoy this traditional kind of instrument. One of their most popular items is the mahogany Gypsy Muse Parlor, which features the love and attention ā€“ not to mention the value ā€“ that regular readers have come to anticipate from Luna. Let’s look at it more closely.

In terms of tone, Luna’s gift was somewhat surprising. Overall, it’s quite sweet and powerful for such a little guitar, with a strong emphasis on the midrange. Most blues and folk musicians would appreciate this classic characteristic. Remember that the mahogany variant has a somewhat warmer tone than the spruce version.

The Gypsy acoustics are excellent student guitars for older children or adults who are both visually and financially appealing. The Gypsy series makes your purchase experience simple, accessible, and inexpensive by combining unique styling with value and honesty. You wouldn’t expect much from a sub-$200 Chinese-made parlor guitar, but Luna’s mahogany offering surpassed our expectations. It lacks the tonal depth of some of the higher-end solid-wood parlors, but it is still well worth the money, as is the case with most Luna instruments.

2 reviews for Luna Gypsy Muse Parlor

  1. Annika Davies

    One of the best guitars for the money. Some people may not like it because it has a boxy sound. It doesn’t sound as smooth as, say, a Taylor Dreadnaught, but that’s like comparing apples to oranges. I adore a boxy acoustic, and this one is fantastic. Because it’s mahogany, I expected it to be heavy, but it’s actually quite light. The setup is flawless, and the sound is fantastic.

  2. Lamont Richmond

    This instrument was recommended to me by a friend as a beginner’s guitar. I bought it on Amazon and am really pleased with my purchase.

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