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Luna Mahogany Series Tattoo Soprano Pineapple Ukulele

by Luna
109 customer reviews
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  • The tattoo soprano pineapple ukulele takes its design from traditional hawaiian body ornamentation.
  • 21 soprano size. Select mahogany. Polynesian tattoo laser etched design. 12 frets.
  • Rosewood fingerboard. MOP Triangle inlay. Nato mahogany neck. Satin finish. Uke open style tuner. Gig bag included.
  • 21 Inch Pineapple Soprano Ukulele
  • Polynesian Tatto Laser-etched Design
  • Gig Bag Included
  • Satin Finish, 12 Frets
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The Luna Guitars Pineapple Soprano Ukulele resonates with warm tone from a mahogany body, and gets its design from traditional Hawaiian body ornamentation and uke formats. Hawaiian tattoos were monochromatic black against brown skin. The pattern and layout was strongly geometric featuring many shapes and symbols that represent the natural island world. The tattoo on the Luna soprano ukulele is based on waves and shark teeth, which are also echoed as fret markers.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 25.3 x 12.8 x 2.6 inches ; 1.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B002SSUR3C
  • Item model number: UKETATTOO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (109 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,285 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Manufacturer’s warranty can be requested from customer service. Click here to make a request to customer service.
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 1, 2009

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72 of 72 people found the following review helpful By Guitar Operator on January 4, 2013
I just love my Luna Tattoo Pineapple Ukulele!

I have played guitar professionally for over 27 years.
I bought a cheap ukulele about a year ago because it looked fun and easy.
I paid less than thirty bucks for a cheap toy that ended up not staying or playing in tune. This was very disappointing and hard to listen to when you tune it correctly but does not sound in tune when playing.
Being a lifelong player I decided a few months later to take a chance on a good starter ukulele that had decent reviews and played well. I was not hoping to find a three thousand dollar Martin quality instrument, just something that would stay in tune and sound in tune up and down the neck.

After scouring the reviews and taking a long hard look comparing ukuleles, I decided to take a chance on the Luna Pineapple Tattoo ukulele. It paid off well!

It has a warm tone, not thin or tinny sounding, but a full balanced tone.
Made of mahogany and round in shape, cute in size and fun to play.

The neck is straight and attention to detail and craftsmanship sets this ukulele far apart from others in its price range.
When in tune, and playing anywhere on the neck, the chords and notes project a fairly loud and full tone, sounding perfect and easy to play everywhere up & down the neck.

If you are familiar with a few beginner guitar chords, picking up the ukulele is almost effortless. I started by 'Googling' "two & three finger ukulele chords". Then I learned a few easy songs with just two or three chords, and I was off to the races. There are tons of easy instructional videos on YouTube, too!

Having bought this "good starter" uke that is NOT a toy made all the difference in the world.
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27 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 1, 2011
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I am brand new to playing the Ukulele, however I've played classical piano for 20 years so I'm not new to music. As soon as I got this ukulele in the mail, I have played and played and played it!! Straight out of the box it had a nice sound, however I ended up ditching the strings it came with for some D'addario uke strings and I found it had a much more mellow and "classic" uke sound once I did. With new strings it's just like any other instrument, it took a while to normalize and stretch out, but once it did it keeps it's tune fairly well. The only time I've heard the strings buzz has been due to my own error.

I only have minor nitpicks, 1) the tuning gears could be a little nicer, I've noticed a bit of slippage in the tuning gear for the C string, 2) the action is a bit high in the first two frets (what guitar isn't, though). That said, I am 99% satisfied with this ukulele!! I knew it wasn't going to be a perfect instrument when I bought it because of its price range, but it has by far exceeded my expectations and is a wonderfully unique and fun uke to play. So if you're looking for a nicer starter uke, I definitely recommend this one!
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Catspec on September 1, 2011
When you start playing any instrument it really helps to have an instrument that is of good enough quality to get a sound that reflects what that instrument can do. The cheapies from Mahalo and others don't do that. Now, my perspective is that if I buy an instrument I want to learn to play it. It isn't just for messing around with. If that's what you want, then the Mahalo or another cheapie in hot colors might be right up your alley. I do read music, and have played a couple of things in the past, so I wanted to actually learn to play this thing. I got the Luna after a recommendation of their guitars from a person who knows his guitars, and even then he said that because the Luna people are owned by the Dean people you will get some level of quality. He also recommended a couple other companies so I took a bit of time looking. I love the laser etching, though mine was a bit weak in the darker coloration, so I touched it up in those areas of the design with a bit of furniture touchup marker! It worked! When it came, we were pleased. The company I bought from doesn't do setup on these inexpensive ukes, and probably they are the ones that really need it, but when checked out, mine doesn't really need anything to be playable. Tuning was frequent the first week, less frequent the second week and since then it has held the tuning really well. It has been about 5 weeks now. I bought a couple of method books as well and have really been having a good time. This one is small, and easily held and played. One thing though - if you want a hard case, be sure and either shop with uke in hand or call the music outlet you want to order from because not all cases will fit a pineapple uke. I would recommend (and do) that everyone get a ukulele and at least learn he cords, if nothing else.Read more ›
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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Gwynclan on January 26, 2011
This ukulele is one of the best in this price range and some much higher. I have tried over 15 sopranos and this had best and brightest sound. It does take a good 2-3 days to stretch the strings but after that it stays intune well. The laser etching is a really neat feature too.This pineapple uke would be a great first ukulele or nice addition to a collection of ukes.
This is my go to uke when just playing around or on vacation. I own 5 others if that tells you anything
Play often and smile.
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