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Luna UKE TEC MAH Ukulélé 23" Tattoo Concert Électro-acoustique
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- Type : Ukulélé Concert Electro-acoustique
- Table : Acajou, Tattoo "Black against brown skin"
- Corps : Acajou 23"
- Manche : Acajou
- Diapason : 12"
- Cordes : Aquila
- Touche & Chevalet : Palissandre
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Description du produit
Le Ukulélé Concert Électro-Acoustique Luna Tattoo combine un corps dacajou magnifiquement ciselé à une une version spécialement adaptée du motif de tatouage populaire conçu par Luna. Il est idéal pour les guitaristes à la recherche dun instrument spectaculaire avec une qualité sonore véritablement fantastique.
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- Le manche tien bien en main
- Les bordures du ukulele ne font pas mal aux bras
- L'éléctro permet d'avoir un bon son sur l'ampli
- Le design est cool
Cependant, j'ai une corde qui frise et j'ai bien peur que le Ukulele ne soit pas correctement réalisé.
Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com
I have seen several reviews that say it took several weeks for the strings to "settle down" and stay in tune. This is not normal. This is a product of the instrument sitting in a warehouse for god knows how long with those strings on it, heat, cold, what have you. When strings don't stay in tune after an initial break-in period of a few days at most, it's time to change them. Certainly if they've been sitting in a box for months, stretched, and they won't stay in tune you need to change them. So the first thing I did was put on a $7 set of Aquilas and the difference was amazing, both in sound, and in staying in tune right off (to a point, which brings us to...)
On the issue of tuning, the bigger gripe I had with this instruments is that the tuners are not very good. They have a lot of play, and they contributed to the strings not staying in tune for as long, too, even when I put new ones on--new strings made the problem much better, but getting them to exact pitch was almost impossible with the tuners it came with. They're just really not up to par. The solution is very easy, even if you have no experience adjusting or working on stringed instruments. Buy a set of Grover tuners for about $13 (Amazon has them as: Grover 9NB Sta-Tite Ukulele Tuners, Nickel with Black Buttons). Replace the old ones (you just remove two screws, pop the new one in, and screw it back, very straightforward and simple, no experience with working on instruments needed, no drilling, cutting, etc.). That, combined with a new set of strings, took this decent ukulele to a fantastic one--it now sounds and plays like a Martin.
The neck is comfortable and the intonation is spot-on. The strings are spaced widely enough for easy fingerpicking. And it looks great. Construction was clean, no glue spots anywhere, gaps in the wood, and the frets were perfect, no sharp edges anywhere. Top notch.
I had originally bought this to learn on -- I'm a longtime guitar player but a novice uke player. My plan was to buy a more expensive ukulele, like a Martin or higher-end Kala, later, if I liked it. Well, I already like it, and after making those two improvements -- new strings and swapping out the tuners -- I don't see myself as having the need to upgrade. It plays great, sounds great, and looks great. As I said, the Martin I played in the music store couldn't beat it.
The Gretsch tenor ukuleles all come standard with the Grover tuners and are at the same price point as the Luna, but I don't think the Gretsch sounds as sweet as this one, and I have heard that out of the box their action is too high, and that's going to need adjusting and setup at a music store. Putting good tuners (and new strings) on the Luna was the answer for me.
Happy strumming! With a tiny bit of work, you will have an OUTSTANDING instrument that will give you pleasure for years to come.
The Luna came shipped double-boxed and well packed. I was pleased with the great fit and finish of the construction. Even though this model is considered a 'budget' instrument, the quality is great. Finish is minimal and matte. The etched "tattoo" design is cool, as are the "shark tooth" position marker inlays. The neck appears to be built of three pieces of mahogany with rosewood fingerboard attached. All quite nice. Tone is a bit "dark" and woody, with a fairly good projection.
My only caveates with my Luna are the following: The action was way too high. I had to remove the bridge and sand quite deeply to lower the action. Upon doing so, the under-saddle piezo pickup disintegrated and it's leads broke off. I bought another replacement on Amazon for $6 but wasn't happy with that component's quality. Also, the on-board preamp system is just "ok." It sounds quite poor through my PA. I would like to see Luna utilize a preamp with a three band (as opposed to the included two band) EQ and a built in tuner. I have a cheaper soprano ukulele that has much better electronics and sounds better plugged in.
All and all, this is a great ukulele and I have made good "fiends" with it. I seldom walk by it without picking it up for a quick tune. Luna seems to be a great and thoughtful company. I will very likely purchase another ukulele or guitar from them in the future.