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Ernie Ball Music Man Ball Family Reserve Luke Electric Guitar
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The Ball Family Reserve Luke Electric Guitar was designed in conjunction with world-renowned session ace and Toto guitarist Steve Lukather. The Luke ...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Ball Family Reserve Luke Electric Guitar was designed in conjunction with world-renowned session ace and Toto guitarist Steve Lukather. The Luke features premium tonewoods including alder, maple and rosewood, plus a mahogany tone
block that runs from under the bridge to the neckpocket. The Ball Family Reserve Luke showcases a meticulously crafted electric guitar, perfectly fit for one of the world's greatest musicians.
- Wood: Alder with mahogany tone block
- Finish: High gloss polyester
- Bridge: MusicMan® vintage tremolo
- Scale: 25-1/2"
- Radius: 12"
- Headstock Only: 5-7/8" long
- Frets: 22 - Low profile, wide
- Width: 1-5/8" at nut, 2-3/16" at last fret
- Wood: Selected maple with rosewood fingerboard
- Finish: Gunstock oil and hand-rubbed special wax blend
- Tuners: Schaller M6-IND locking
- Truss rod: Adjustable - no component or string removal
- Attachment: 5 bolts - perfect alignment with no shifting
- Sculpted neck joint allows smooth access to higher frets
- Controls: 25kohm volume and tone - .10F tone capacitor
- Switch: 5-way toggle pickup selector
- Pickups: Active electronics with easy access battery compartment
- 1 EMG model 85 humbucking - bridge position
Ball Family Reserve Luke Electric Guitar
- Size: 12-3/16" wide, 1-3/4" thick, 36-7/16" long
Weight: 7 pounds, 7 ounces - varies slightly
Shielding: Graphite acrylic resin coated body cavity and aluminum lined control cover
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The preamp on this guitar is awsome. If you are a fan of strats and either want the next step up or just don't want to play the same guitar as everyone else I would highly reccomend it. the only problem I had with it was it did not stay in tune very well but that was solved by tightening the tremolo.
Recently purchased and could not be happier with the sound, quality, and incredible neck action.It is a somewhat heavy instrument, although it seems necessary for the sustain.Owned a hardtail and had to have another Ernie Ball.I was not disappointed! This thing almost plays itself.Once I got used to neck,it's like nothing I've ever played.I own a Giffin model t,G&L studio 6 Comanche,Carvin California Carved Top, And a Tele like boutique guitar. It's just plain fun! It chimes. Beautiful sound! Played over a Fender Stage 1600 and Peavey Delta Blues. At first it seemed the high e string was too close to edge of the neck.Not so! Just a matter of design.I find it satisfies my variety of styles.You'll have to pry this charmer from my cold dead hands!
I wanted to ad that I owned a Taylor t-5 also, well known for the playability.Traded it for my Hardtail.My Luke was ready to play out of the box.