Music Man Luke remake by OLP

OLP -Luke - 2

As you know, a Music Man Luke III is what I wanted. Well, since there is absolutely no reason what so ever to justify an investment like that (since I clearly lack any kind of skill), I got a used Music Man Luke remake by OLP, made in China instead of the US but still officially licensed by Ernie Ball as far as the headstock design goes. If you are interested, there is a product review in comparison to the original model at thomann.de. All in all, it’s a totally different and lower quality guitar with different pickups etc. but still…

To match the somewhat low budget investment, I decided to skip any fancy interface or multi effect as well and got an AmpliTube iRig for just 18 €. It’s an ok quality guitar/bass interface for iOS and works with the IK Multimedia apps as well as many others. You can also use the interface with your Mac, so it’s quite versatile for the money and surely a cheap place to start.

iRig
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2 Comments

  1. hello
    I’m very amazed by your blog and all what you say about the LUKE electric guitar OLP.Could you tell me where i can place order for this guitar because i’m looking for this model for a long time and i find the original is too expensive.The test between the original and copy is very interesting.
    I’m waiting for your answer
    Thank you and best regards

    Marc RUELLE

  2. Hi Marc, thanks for your comment. Unfortunately the model is no longer produced by OLP, so the only way to get one would be as a used guitar. If you are really interested and like the color of my OLP Luke, I am willing to sell it since I don’t use it anymore.

    If so, feel free to contact me via mail at mail@moritzrecke.com

    Thanks,
    Moritz

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