This first guitar made by LoonSong Guitars is a triple-O style guitar with Sitka spruce front and rosewood sides and back.
It has a smaller body with the neck joining the upper bout at the 12th fret.
This second guitar by LoonSong Guitars is a larger bodied, dreadnought style with Sitka spruce front and mahogany back and sides .
The third LoonSong guitar is a nylon string, classical guitar. It has a western cedar sound board and African Makore:
(mac-or-aye) sides and back.
The fourth LoonSong guitar is a dreadnought style guitar. It has a spruce soundboard and rosewood back and sides.
It’s features include a Florentine cut-away, side sound port, bevelled upper edge and a cantilevered neck.
Also, much shell inlay....
The fifth instrument is an Irish Bouzouki,
It has Sitka spruce top, flamed maple sides, neck and back. It has a rosewood inlaid rosette, shell inlaid fingerboard and a rosewood bridge, with and ebony peg-head cover with a tulip inlay.
The sixth instrument is a Gibson Les-Paul style electric guitar with a carved, flamed maple top, neck and peg-head overlay,Traditional Les Paul inlaid rosewood finger board and gold hardware.