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Parker Guitars PM-20

LP-Shaped Guitar from Parker Guitars belonging to the PM series.

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Parker Guitars PM-20Published on 03/06/09 at 14:02
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Indonsie

Mahogany body
Table Saddle flame or quilted bubinga
Cordier bridge crossing
Mahogany set neck (one pice)
22 frets
Key Ebne
Mcaniques Grover 18:1
Two Humbucker Pickups Parker Stingers-Atnico
Comes with various gig-bag Parker P-Series Custom

Les Paul type bridge Parker
2 Volume and Tone knobs, both are push-pull.

UTILIZATION

I think this is the handle that is most comfortable. Access in dernires frets are great thanks ais the join between the body and ergonomic handle. I always thought that the handle of the stratum is what he was most comfortable with some Ibanez, but we go the next level suprieur. The guitar is trslgre, unless the fly but still you......
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Indonsie

Mahogany body
Table Saddle flame or quilted bubinga
Cordier bridge crossing
Mahogany set neck (one pice)
22 frets
Key Ebne
Mcaniques Grover 18:1
Two Humbucker Pickups Parker Stingers-Atnico
Comes with various gig-bag Parker P-Series Custom

Les Paul type bridge Parker
2 Volume and Tone knobs, both are push-pull.

UTILIZATION

I think this is the handle that is most comfortable. Access in dernires frets are great thanks ais the join between the body and ergonomic handle. I always thought that the handle of the stratum is what he was most comfortable with some Ibanez, but we go the next level suprieur. The guitar is trslgre, unless the fly but still you can not lgre.

SOUNDS

It's hard to find a guitar that is REALLY versatile. This is the, it lacks any of the same piezo. We can make it do what you can do with a Les Paul like a Start. Everything passes. I think even she is able to align mtal by making stronger ties. In any case, blues, funk, pop and rock are his playground.
The pickups are thundering. They are crystal clear, and remain in disto prcis trs.

OVERALL OPINION

I've had two months. I like its shape DCAL. It could have been a little longer to give dynamism ct round instead of this a bit strange but good. I tried many guitars trs. it's not the shape I like best. But the comfort, ergonomics and sounds are so amazing that I forgive him his excs roundness and trssrieux ct. For the gayer, I put the cages microphones beige and knobs that go with it. The diffrence with the MODEL PM20 PRO in the table, microphones and mcaniques. I would not change it for the world of micro stinger Parker. I think the price is a bit lev for a guitar factory in Indonsie but I think it is worth the dtour. Give it a try. Me, I DEFINITIONS been adopted.
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Parker Guitars PM-20Published on 09/19/05 at 09:16
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I say right away mine is a parker pm-20!
made in Korea (exelente violin)
fixed bridge
3 position selector for push-pull humbucker + 1 volume split a tonalitbr /> mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard 22 frets (no really beautiful imperfection)

9 for the manufacture Coren and micro parker

UTILIZATION

Channel super enjoyable
ACCS in acute type les paul dedut bizarre but if done super fast
exelente ergonomics and think in every detail fairly light weight +
use is simple and the sound is always good

SOUNDS

Great for all styles except for small gaps EHJV the large metal
I play on a mg 30 dfx is great as I pedal with a korg jou AX1500G and it's really fantastic
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I say right away mine is a parker pm-20!
made in Korea (exelente violin)
fixed bridge
3 position selector for push-pull humbucker + 1 volume split a tonalitbr /> mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard 22 frets (no really beautiful imperfection)

9 for the manufacture Coren and micro parker

UTILIZATION

Channel super enjoyable
ACCS in acute type les paul dedut bizarre but if done super fast
exelente ergonomics and think in every detail fairly light weight +
use is simple and the sound is always good

SOUNDS

Great for all styles except for small gaps EHJV the large metal
I play on a mg 30 dfx is great as I pedal with a korg jou AX1500G and it's really fantastic
every effort
I love using it for many fat and crunch for good rock distortion that is the best

OVERALL OPINION

Jel'utilise for 1 ½ months and I am very happy is not my style but prefer the sound that first passes
yes jai tou essay in the same price range (prs santana se, epiphone les paul standard, classic and custom, squier deluxe, epiphone sg, etc ...)
the report is fenomenal qualitprix I pay 700 euros so what is usually sold 900 and when my sight and hearing thought it cost around 1300 euros until he sees the price.
I think I would do the same choice in guitars budjet of course!
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Parker Guitars PM-20Published on 04/09/09 at 02:08
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Made in Indonesia 2micros double string fixed bridge traversing 1vol 1ton.
I changed the pickups to emg 81/85 and mechanics for the Sperzel.
Ebony mahogany neck, sculpted body archtop mahogany half.
black finish

UTILIZATION

The handle is the nice surprise: the best I've tried (although many models tested: fender ibanez epiphone Lag godin etc ...)
The button slides is very comfortable.
The guitar is very light and hold well (relatively small size, sculpted body)
access to the treble is still not the best I've encountered.
The sound is fabulous squirt harmonics alone.

SOUNDS

To Rock is fabulous a peavey bandit 112
the tone controls and volume are progressive and......
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Made in Indonesia 2micros double string fixed bridge traversing 1vol 1ton.
I changed the pickups to emg 81/85 and mechanics for the Sperzel.
Ebony mahogany neck, sculpted body archtop mahogany half.
black finish

UTILIZATION

The handle is the nice surprise: the best I've tried (although many models tested: fender ibanez epiphone Lag godin etc ...)
The button slides is very comfortable.
The guitar is very light and hold well (relatively small size, sculpted body)
access to the treble is still not the best I've encountered.
The sound is fabulous squirt harmonics alone.

SOUNDS

To Rock is fabulous a peavey bandit 112
the tone controls and volume are progressive and effective.
The sound is heavy with a lot of sustain (set neck, mahogany body and traversing ropes)

OVERALL OPINION

Played for a year value for money (around 700euros is very good)
that it is manufactured in Indonesia is not negative at all ...
a very good guitar rock
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Parker Guitars
  • Model: PM-20
  • Series: PM
  • Category: LP-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 01/16/2008

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