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This brings you some relevant results but another way is to find the best shop (perfect if you are not set on a specific model yet).After doing some research for fake Chinese Fender guitars, I noticed a couple a very reputable shops among the results.Also released under the select series was the koa Fly Mojo.New production and design is currently led by Terry Atkins, of Gibson custom shop fame.They have composite materials (resin and carbon glass skin, to reinforce a thin carved body and neck.Fingerboards are composite, and use stainless steel frets.(As well as Tacoma Guitars, and Jackson.) Terry has made several dynamic changes to the design of the flagship Fly model, including changing the truss rod from the original lightweight design to a more traditional, heavier version.It has also been noted by many Fly aficionados that the Washburn Fly guitars are thicker and heavier than the original instruments.
In October 2002, Parker initiated the first production run of the Fly bass guitar, in both 4-string and 5-string versions.
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Current Model Line-Up Parker Select Series: Fly Bronze Fly Nylon (Spanish Fly) Fly Artist Fly Supreme Other USA models: Parker Fly Mojo Parker Fly Deluxe Parker Fly Classic Parker Dragon Fly DF824 Bolt on USA models: Parker Dragon Fly DF724 Parker Dragon Fly DF624 Parker Dragon Fly DF524 P-Series: Parker P44 PRO (Discontinued in 2010) Parker P44 V (Discontinued in 2010) Parker P-42 (Discontinued in 2010) Parker P-36 (Discontinued in 2010) Parker PM20PRO (Discontinued in 2010) Parker PM24V (Discontinued in 2010) Parker PM20 (Discontinued in 2010) New and Other Models: Adrian Belew signature model Adam Dutkiewicz signature model Dragon Fly Vernon Reid signature model Dragon Fly Parker SC and SC Mojo- the single-cut version of the Fly, also known as the PM60 Parker P-Series acoustics Parker P-Basses Parker Guitars is an American manufacturer of electric guitars and basses, started by luthier Ken Parker in the early 90s. Parker guitars are characterized by being thin and lightweight guitars; they are generally made from lighter woods like poplar, Basswood, spruce, and (although there is a mahogany Fly.
Basses made by Washburn have serial numbers that begin with 092.
Soon after moving production to Illinois, the original, more stable multi-laminate neck construction was scrapped in favor of more cost-effective construction from a single piece of mahogany.