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PM-10 and PM-20 from Parker Offer New Body Styles

Parker Guitars today announced the new PM-10 and PM-20 guitars for the summer session of NAMM in Nashville. Designed by Parker engineers, the P-Series guitars offer a classic look, with the progressive technology for which Parker is known at an affordable price. The PM-10 and PM-20 guitar is the first new shape for Parker since the Parker Fly, introduced 11 years ago...

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July 23, 2004

Parker Guitars today announced the new PM-10 and PM-20 guitars for the summer session of NAMM in Nashville. Designed by Parker engineers, the P-Series guitars offer a classic look, with the progressive technology for which Parker is known at an affordable price. The PM-10 and PM-20 guitar is the first new shape for Parker since the Parker Fly, introduced 11 years ago.

Parker engineering brings the PM-20, a classic design with a mahogany body and mahogany set neck. Coil-tapping is a standard feature on this guitar for single coil tones. The PM-20 features a string thru body design, adding to the overall tonal qualities of the guitar. The PM-20 is available in quilted Bubinga -- natural, or flame maple traditional sunburst and has a manufacturer retail price of $899.00.

The lower priced PM-10 shares the single cut-away design with the PM-20. It features a mahogany body and mahogany set neck and is equipped with custom wound Parker Stinger humbuckers. Coil-tapping is a standard feature on this guitar for single-coil tones. The PM-10 has a traditional stop-tail bridge design. It is available in black or natural and has a manufacturer retail price of $799.00.

For more information, visit their web site at www.parkerguitars.com

By our press release coordinator Thursday January 1, 2004
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