NGD: Parker MaxxFly PDF70 Indo-made

jahosy

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Never thought I'll own a Parker (hated the headstock back in the 90's :D ) but here we are, a MaxxFly PDF70, made in Indonesia.

And WOW. what a fun little guitar! Does feel a little neck heavy, but the resonance is crazyyy.

Pickups sounded really good as well, nice thick and chunky. Build quality / finish is SUPERB. Very much on par (or better) than some of the more expensive guitars i've played. Now I'm intrigued to find out how the USA models play :D

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Pickups sounded really good as well, nice thick and chunky. Build quality / finish is SUPERB. Very much on par (or better) than some of the more expensive guitars i've played. Now I'm intrigued to find out how the USA models play :D

USA DragonFlys are absolutely bonkers in terms of playability.
Never tried import ones, but this one looks nice and may reignite the urge.
Happy NGD!
 

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Beautiful guitar man! A USA Parker is definitely on my bucket list, but one of these may suffice as well. I'm actually surprised they have come back into production since the guitar community started embracing more modern designs and materials.
 


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