<UL><li>Series: <li>Style: Acoustic Electric<li>Finish: Not Available<li>Fretboard: Carbon and Glass<li>Neck: Not Available<li>Body: Not Available<li>Top: Spruce<li>Back & Sides: Not Available<li>Frets: Not Available<li>Pickups: Not Available<li>Bridge: Not Available<li>Controls: Not Available<li>Electronics: 6-element Fishman Piezo pickup with active filtering preamp.<li>Make: U.S.A.<li>Model #: Not Available
Review by albertg
January, 26 2004
Pros: So easy to play, light weight, good sound, no feedback...
Cons: Pricey, intonation not great, no hex output option...
I played a Ramirez cutaway before I bought the Parker. I now use the Parker for ALL gigs. Very easy to play, good tone, no feedback. I play fingerstyle, 90% full bar chords. I can (and do) play the Parker 4 hrs straight with no left hand fatigue. Very nice 24-fret neck, best frets in the business, period! Frets are so smooth, strings last longer. I've played all the nylon string guitars out there, none come close in playability. A beautiful instrument, and so light! A bit pricey, though. You could probably get one for about $3000. Available only through the Parker Custom Shop. Intonation could be better; needs a compensating bridge. Ken, are you listening? Would like hexaphonic output. Still, I love it!