Well I do not know technically masses but here's a preview.
Mahogany body, ebony fingerboard 19 frets, Fishman piezo micro + micro magnetic sleeve.
4 knobs: 1 for bass, one treble, one for master volume, one to balance the sound between the microphone and magnetic pickup sound.
An output jack + XLR output, the battery goes on and taken off a split second.
The guitar is sold in a beautiful old style trunk.
I put 7 / 10 but hey, who cares, the important point is lower.
The grip is perfect, easy access to acute, weight evenly distributed, all with one look terrible, at least for me that, basically, loves the look of Parker.
I have no amp is for an electro-acoustic but with my Fender Deville it goes very well. When using the guitar unplugged, the sound is good but nothing fantastic, it was at 500 € guitars that sound almost as good. For a guitar in several parts sustain is excellent.
Where she impresses, it is when it is connected.
Not only the 2 EQ knobs do their job, but you can get the colors of his impressive and totally different sailing between the microphone and microphone acoustic electric.
The hoop is not perfect but very good for a guitar of this price.
I tried 5 or 6 guitars in the same price range. Some sounded at least as many "naked", but once connected the P6E done wonders for me. Well perhaps it is also a matter of taste and others prefer a 100% piezo guitar but with a more comprehensive EQ.
Please note, I tested a P6E three months before that in another shop and the handle was broken, impossible to play above the 12th case since the strings rapaient handle.
I also tried out of curiosity and I am left with the guitar in my trunk.