The Music Man Luke 3 HH Maple featuring a light-weight Okoume body with a premium figured maple top and newly designed custom Music Man electronics, this latest evolution of Steve Lukather’s signature guitar perfectly fuses comfort, beauty, and tonal versatility. The HH model is outfitted with newly designed Ernie Ball Music Man high-output humbucking pickups. The HSS model is equipped with the same, new bridge humbucker and also sports Ernie Ball Music Man’s renowned Cutlass single coils, providing players with a variety of tonal options. Both pickup configurations are furnished with a 5-way switch and a 12dB boost push/push volume control. Other appointments include a roasted maple neck, rosewood fingerboard, and a floating Music Man vintage tremolo system.

Newly designed custom Ernie Ball Music Man humbucking pickups offer more clarity, sustain, and a wider range frequency response.

Features a roasted figured maple neck and headstock with Schaller locking tuners.

Ernie Ball Music Man super smooth vintage tremolo system raises and lowers pitch

The 2020 Maple top Luke III’s eloquently shaped double-cutaway design features a lightweight Okoume body perfectly balanced for extreme playing comfort. The premium roasted maple neck is beautifully figured, durable, and features a soft “V” profile that fits comfortably in the palm of your hand.

The Luke III Maple Top features Schaller M6-IND locking tuners in Chrome or Black hardware.

Steven Lukather is an American guitarist, singer, songwriter, arranger and record producer. He is best known as the sole continuous founding member of the rock band Toto. His reputation as the band’s lead guitarist secured a steady flow of session work in the 1970s and 1980s. This established him as a prolific session musician. Steven Lukather has worked on more than 1,500 albums spanning a broad array of artists and genres. He has also contributed to albums and hit singles as a songwriter, arranger and producer.

Originally founded in 1974, Music Man built its name leading an industry revolution, introducing active electronics on its production instruments. As part of the team during the 70’s, Sterling Ball played an important role on the design and development of the iconic StingRay basses. Officially purchasing the company in 1984, Sterling, joined later by his sons Scott and Brian, has built a team of dedicated professionals who collectively share a common goal: building the highest level of hand-crafted instruments available.