Love at first sight!
Do you believe in love at first sight? If you don’t, I have something here that will change your mind and might get your mouth-watering or perhaps hands-watering… The Crafter MoonLight Rose 30th Anniversary, which unfortunately has been discontinued. But for those who’ve seen or heard this guitar or had the pleasure of playing one, keep an eye on eBay and together let’s hope and pray that someone is willing to let theirs go.
For techos out there, here’s a run down of the specs that make this guitar what it is:
- Body Style: Grand Auditorium Cutaway
- Top: Solid Engelmann Spruce
- Back & Sides: Rosewood
- Bracing: T-brace
- Neck: Mahogany
- Fretboard: Indian Rosewood
- No. of Frets: 23
- Machine Heads: Deluxe Gold Tuners with Mushroom buttons
- Bridge: Indian Rosewood
- Electronics: New LR-T Pro(Tuner) Preamp with L.R.Baggs Element Pick-up
- Strings: D´Addario EXP 11 Light
- Dovetail Neck Joint
- Moonlight Position Marks
- New Crafter Bridge Pin
This is not your typical guitar, and for those of you who are in the “I don’t like Crafter” camp, the Moonlight is well worth another look, because this is not a typical Crafter!
Aesthetically this guitar could not be better. It is absolutely stunning and if looks could kill, Crafter would be in big trouble. Yes people, I know and I freely admit it, I am in love with this Crafter!
Next big important question before marriage: So, does it sound as good as it looks? the answer is a resounding YES! The sound is very “sweet” but full bodied with a defined response, probably what most of you are looking for in a new guitar.
And what about feel?
This is the most controversial factor, but let me tell you, this guitar also feels as good as it looks. No doubt about it. Probably the only possible con…if you could call it that, is it being a little bit heavier compared to similar models, but nothing major and something you’ll get used to and will suit the guitarist who wants to know they’re actually holding a guitar.
A beautifully constructed guitar with a shattering, full-bodied sound. It sounds like a more expensive guitar – so how much is this one? From the Crafter site, this guitar costs $1099 USD. Not expensive at all specially for what you could get and let me tell you, this guitar sounds, looks and feels way better than some other guitars above the $1,500+ range.
But, as I said before, this is discontinued, it was a limited edition, but let’s be positive about seeing
some on eBay or any other online market soon. If you find one, don’t keep the link for yourself!
Check the sound of this amazing guitar on the following video:
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I realize this thread is VERY old, but I just stumbled upon this model and fell in love with it. Is anyone still out there with one of these and willing to part with it? I am in Seattle.
Ive had my ML Rose for 10yrs it probably the same condition as i bought in,It’s a beautiful guitar to play easy on the hands easy on the eye not the most expensive guitar i’ve owned but one of the better quality ones .This is going to be a real collectors item in the future .
I have a 30th anniversary Crafter ML Rose that is in superb condition and I don’t play it enough anymore. Would be willing to part with it for the right price. Let me know if you’re interested. I am in Seattle.
Wow! So tempting!
We will keep it in mind… although, I am sure someone else might be interested. We are too far! (New Zealand)
I’ve been hoping to find one of these for years finally did and I just got it today. If you find one get it, even with played out strings this guitar sounds and feels amazing, truly beautiful in every way!!!
WORTH THE WAIT!
I would be interested in your guitar. Where are you located exactly?
I have a Crafter moonlight rose wood guitar 30th anniversary model with hard shell case in like new condition. I have played it very little. I am 70 years old with some health challenges. I’m very interested in selling mine. I can be reached at 803-979-4899, Thanks, Mr. Paul
Owner of a Moonlight 30th anniversary model, ML Bubinga, serial 0330B0520, I would like to know the year it was manufactured. I am delighted to have this guitar, the craft if of best quality. I regret to see few of them in France.
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