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Parker PM-10 Guitar

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  • Parker PM-10 Guitar

    Anyone tried one of these or own one? They look pretty nice. Is the guitar neck-through or set neck? Is the body one piece mahogany? Looks like a great guitar fro the price but not many reviews on the HC review page.
    I just bought some Fralin Unbuckers that are supposed to be great coil-tapped and I'm looking to score this guitar.
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    I used to own a PM-20, when they first came out. Essentially the same guitar.

    Great player, pickups on it are little Duncan JB/Jazz copies which sound decent but nothing great. The Fralins would definitely do the guitar some good.

    I changed the tuners out on mine to Sperzels, and modified it with an additional volume knob. Decent axe for the money, wish it came with a case instead of a gigbag though. The neck is set, though theres no heel on it.. and the body itself looked to me like one-piece with a maple cap, albeit a thin one with a veneer (PM-20 had a flamed maple top)

    Pick one up! MIK quality on the cheap.
    Here's what mine looked like the day I got it.

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    • #3
      They are set necked guitars....I had the PM20....I also agree that the pickups were "meh" The Neck PU was ok, but I couldn't stand the bridge. It was a great guitar, but I ended up selling it (to fund a Orange AD30HTC). I miss it, but I didn't like the bubinga top. Too fancy for my tastes....... Sadly I now have major GAS for an LP style guitar or a MIA Parker.......
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      • #4
        Haven't tried one. Probably 'cause the headstock don't look right to me with the LPish upper bass bout, or vice versa, take your pick.
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        • #5
          Good guitar for the price.
          After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music. Aldous Huxley

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          • #6
            any more owners opinions/thanks

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            • #7
              I like them and I have played several of them. They are very consistant and I've never played a bad one. I would have bought one but I decided on a Mojo instead.

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              • #8
                Great playing guitars.

                The local Sam Ash by me recently started stocking new Parkers and I played the PM10 and 20. Really sweet guitars. There was one listed on Cragislist Chicago recently for $180... I really should have snagged it.
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                • #9
                  You guys tried em with a strap standing up and they're OK for balance?
                  thanks

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                  • #10
                    You guys tried em with a strap standing up and they're OK for balance?
                    thanks


                    I didn't. But I did notice that they seemed balanced and both the body and neck were fairly lightweight.

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                      • #12
                        Great playing guitars.

                        The local Sam Ash by me recently started stocking new Parkers and I played the PM10 and 20. Really sweet guitars. There was one listed on Cragislist Chicago recently for $180... I really should have snagged it.


                        I saw that one on CL, too - the guy never emailed me back
                        This used to be a great place. Thanks, GCI, for killing it.<br><br>See y'all at Wein's.

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