UKE B8 ULU
The Luna Banjolele 8 ukulele "features some engravings inspired by its mahogany back. The mahogany neck has a smooth black walnut fingerboard and an 15.5 soprano scale."
The patterns engraved on the back of the Luna banjoleles are a tribute to the traditional design of Hawaiian bedspreads. At the beginning of 1800, the missionaries brought woven fabrics and steel needles and taught the Hawaiians to make patchwork quilts. But the Hawaiians made them unique by themselves. The designs were cut in one piece by folding the fabric in the same way that the paper for cutting snowflakes would be folded and based on the many plants that surrounded them. Luna has chosen KALO (taro plant) as inspiration because this plant was a sacred and essential part of Hawaii's early life.
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