Sterling by Music Man LK100D Steve Lukather Signature Series Dimarzio Transistions Pickups Electric Guitar
Sterling by Music Man
Solid Body Electric Guitars
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A signature model with high-end features at a price within reach.
The latest addition to the Sterling By Music Man Artist™ Signature Series is in that echelon of iconic players who are known simply by one name¦Luke is no exception. The LK100D is based on the Music Man LIII, and is true to every detail of its Music Man counterpart.
From its™ œpush-push active boost on the Volume control, passive tone control, 5-way balanced switching, classic œV contoured neck with 12 radius, and it' Sterling By Music Man Vintage Tremolo set to Luke' personal specifications for full step and a half bends, LK100D is a œplayers player guitar.
Set to Steve Lukather' personal playing preference and specifications, the LK100D œVintage Tremolo bridge allows for a full 1-1/2 step up pulls, ˜Flutter effect, or a full dive. Coupled with locking tuning machines, tuning remains accurate and stable.
At the very heart and soul of this amazing instrument are the Made In U.S.A DiMarzio Luke Signature œTransition DP254 and DP255 humbucker pickups. Transition Neck and Bridge Model pickups were designed for Steve Lukather and Luke' new LIII Music Man guitar. Custom SBMM designed Active Preamp with Push/push volume for gain boost, 500kohm passive tone “ .022F tone capacitor. Quick release, rear-mounted battery door for easy access.
- Steve Lukather signature model
- Basswood body with Bodhi blue finish
- Classic œV contoured neck with 12 radius
- Rosewood fretboard
- Made In U.S.A DiMarzio Luke Signature œTransition DP254 and DP255 humbucker pickups
- Push/push active boost on the Volume control
- 5-way balanced switching,
- Sterling By Music Man Vintage Tremolo
- Locking tuning machines
- Quick release, rear-mounted battery door for easy access
- Case sold separately
Get excellent value in your next guitar. Order today.