NAMM 2012 - Parker Guitars New Maxx Fly Bass

The new Maxx Fly Bass represents the culmination of Parker Guitars' finest work in a bass. Sacrificing nothing in terms of design and aesthetics, this bass is the ultimate in its class and is a powerhouse of features. It is a bass that a professional musician will turn to time and time again and will be debuted at Winter NAMM 2012 with a retail of $5,998.67.

The body is crafted of swamp ash and is backed with Parker's famous carbon glass epoxy wrap. It’s built to sound big, featuring an EMG® ‘P’ split-neck pickup, an EMG® ‘MMCS’ bridge pickup, and an EMG® piezo buffer. The Parker designed Hipshot® bridge also houses the Ghost® piezo saddles. It is available in a gloss finish, with colors including dusty black, 3-tone sunburst, and candy lemon yellow.


The neck is poplar with a carbon glass epoxy fretboard sporting 24 stainless steel frets and Hipshot® Ultra Light lollipop tuners. The entire bass weighs in at approximately 6 lbs. A fretless version is also available. The Parker Maxx Fly Bass represents a new standard in a premium, high-end performance bass.

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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