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A more affordable Parker with a bolt-on neck.
The Dragonfly Bolt-on is equipped with most of the great features Parker is known for in an elegantly carved new shape, showcasing a new, more traditional and ergonomically shaped upper horn while retaining the look and feel that is unmistakably Parker. The flared headstock provides more strength and allows for a thinner profile and a faster, more comfortable neck. The DragonFly also features a 22 fret fingerboard enabling precise placement of the neck pickup for that classic neck-position tone. An HSS pickup configuration has been utilized for the wider palette of tones that today's guitarists demand from a high end instrument. Pickup mounting has also been improved to allow players to swap out the included Duncans with the pickup of their choice. Parker's new exclusive radial neck joint ensures better transfer of tone from neck to body and a precise fit with no slippage due to lateral sliding.
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Comments about Parker Guitars DF524 Maxx Fly w/ Seymour Duncans and Fishman Piezo Electric Guitar:
I'm very happy with this guitar. The SSH pickup configuration will give a wide variety of tones, but then when you blend in a little of the acoustic pickup with the electric pickups it just sounds incredible. Sending the electric pickups to one amp and sending the acoustic pickup to a different amp gives you a huge sound. The guitar is very light, the craftsmanship is first rate, and wide thin neck with jumbo stainless steel frets is easy to play. Mine came set up with very low action just how I like it. It stays in tune remarkably well.
On the downside there is no documentation for this guitar in the case or on the Parker website. It doesn't take too long to figure it out but they really should provide some sort of manual.