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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
- 2 EMG SLV custom single coil
- 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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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!
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.
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.