It's closer to the Isley Bros than reggae or classic rock, I kind of like it. Robin's playing just fits. I've heard the whole thing, it's definitely chill & groove music. After this 2020 whack I think we need this.
I used to have some Luke IIs, I found them warm/dark with alot of midrange. I tried the same EMG
set in a GMW strat, night and day. Sparkle and less compressed sounding. I sold the Lukes and kept
the strat. (shrugs)
I've had Luke IIs and checked out the Luke III models at NAMM, no diss to the company but every neck is different. Some are small/medium others are super small. Some have a V, some actually don't hardly. Make sure you play it first or at least find out about return policy if you're ordering...
He indeed used the Kasha as was mentioned here, but a big piece of the puzzle was the Soldano modded Marshall head.
I heard it at Brauer's who did his cartage at the time. Such a great sounding amp. Dunno where it ended up
I associate the Nashville with some lackluster USA Gibsons I've owned, really loose bass response and rattling.
All that went away when I got a 68RI. I can't say if it's the fault of the bridge itself but I tend to wince when I see a Nashville now.
Here's from Matt's Music
Pete Thorn Standard
April Production - ETA: June
Mahogany Body, Plain Maple top, scraped binding, gotoh 510 bridge
Mahogany Neck with Indian Rosewood fingerboard, Even C slim .800-.880 back shape, 10-14" radius
Raw nickle covered thornbucker in neck and Thornbucker+ in...