Luke Morley (born 19 June 1960 in Camberwell, London, England) is the guitarist, chief songwriter and producer for the hard rock band Thunder from 1989 to Present (with a break from 1999–2002, and 2009–2011). Previous to that he was a member of 1980s group, Terraplane who subsequently became Thunder.
In 2009, when Thunder announced that they were splitting up, Luke became the lead guitarist and co-songwriter for the rock band The Union, which he formed with guitarist and co-songwriter, Peter Shoulder.
Morley regularly plays the following guitars.
- Black Les Paul Traditional
- White Les Paul Custom (studio + live)
- White Fender Telecaster (studio + live)
- Burgundy Fender Stratocaster (studio)
- Ovation Balladeer acoustic (studio)
- Takamine Acoustic (studio + live)
- Gibson Flying V (live)
Other guitars in his collection.
- Marshall Vintage Modern
- Hohner Blues or Cross Harp
- Black and White (1985)
- Moving Target (1987)
- Backstreet Symphony (1990)
- Laughing on Judgement Day (1992)
- Behind Closed Doors (1995)
- The Thrill of It All (1997)
- Giving the Game Away (1999)
- Shooting at the Sun (2002)
- The Magnificent Seventh (2005)
- Robert Johnson's Tombstone (2006)
- Bang! (2008)
- Wonder Days (2015)
- Rip It Up (2017)
E.P recorded with Andy Taylor of Duran Duran The Spanish Sessions
- El Gringo Retro (2001)
Bowes & Morley
- The Union (2010)
- Siren's Song (2011)
- The World Is Yours (2013)
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