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August 6, 2004
Parker Guitars announced the P-36 and the P-42, more affordable than previous Parker models.
The P-36 has all the signature capabilities of the high-end Parker Fly in an ash body with a maple bolt-on neck. The piezos provide acoustic sound that mixes with the magnetics for a hybrid sound. The P-36 is available in Natural or Blonde and has a manufacturer retail price of $899.00.
With a solid mahogany body and a mahogany bolt-on neck, the P42 has fast response and a full mid-range and a singing upper register, according to the company. Custom wound Parker Stinger pickups deliver of sustain and grind while the coil tap gives you single-coil tones. The P-42 is available in metallic gray or metallic black and has a manufacturer retail price of $749.00.
For more information, visit their web site at www.parkerguitars.com