NAMM 2012 - Parker Guitars Debuts Their New 7-String Guitar

The Parker Maxx Fly 7 string is the next step in making Parker Guitars the most versatile instruments on the market. With the same lightweight, modern design and top-of-the-line electronics that Parker is known for, it is the perfect example of versatility that progressive players look towards. The 7-string will be debuted at Winter NAMM 2012 and be available for $5,999.00.


The Maxx Fly 7 String features a mahogany body reinforced with carbon fiber glass epoxy with a Parker 7 string bridge, designed specifically for this instrument. It comes with a Seymour-Duncan Distortion® SH6N pickup in the neck position and a Seymour-Duncan® Distortion TB6 in the bridge position. Additionally, Ghost® piezo saddles with a MIDI preamp are featured in this guitar. The Maxx Fly 7 String is available in dusty black, galaxy grey, and metallic red, all in gloss finish.

The neck is mahogany with a carbon glass epoxy fingerboard and a 25.5” scale with 24 frets. Sperzel® Trim-Lok™ tuners are standard. For those who want the versatility that an extended range guitar can offer, the Maxx Fly 7 String is it.

Parker Guitars is owned by US Music Corp, located in Mundelein, IL. US Music Corp is an international music company that manufactures and distributes products worldwide under Washburn Guitars, Parker Guitars, Randall Amplifiers, Eden Electronics, Oscar Schmidt, Hagstrom, Jay Turser, Jay J, Warwick, Natal Drums, Phonic, Quik Lok, and Profile brand names. US Music Corp is a subsidiary of Jam Industries, Ltd.

For more information on Parker Guitars, visit www.parkerguitars.com

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