Got this Luna Tat Uke bass weeks back but been too busy playing it to blog about it.
It’s light and compact, tuned to E, A, D, and G like most 4-string basses-but one octave higher in pitch.
Nice woody tone, little finger noise from the smooth flatwound metal strings.
Volume, EQ (?) and Bass boost controls. As claimed, the higher pitch makes it louder un-amped.
Good tone amped or acoustic only. No amp really needed for practice in quiet spaces.
Nice fit and finish, semi gloss or satin, nicely dark wood veneered headstock. Artistic laser tat carvings.
Downsides: no strap knobs: typical not perfect intonation- E, A and D being flattish and G a bit sharp. No built-in digital tuner.
I’m stuck on the 12-bar blues and the Luna Tat Uke bass can play it. Good deal at $199 USD with gig bag.
Here’s the stats:
Uke Bass w/Preamp & Gigbag Tattoo
20.2″ (513mm) Ukulele
# of Frets
This thing is so light, short, easy to play, cute and tone-full I can’t put it down to take pics of it.
Luna’s Web site.
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