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Author Topic: New Parker Owner  (Read 4063 times)

Offline axejock

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Re: New Parker Owner
« Reply #105 on: July 17, 2018, 05:54:29 PM »
As I get more comfortable with my DF724, I still marvel at it, particularly its light weight and its tonal capabilities. For some reason, I find myself being very "careful" with it, probably because it is so light and electronically unique. I guess it's because all of my other guitars feel like lead weights compared to this one (Gibsons, Fenders, PRS, even a Gretsch) that I think of it as being  too delicate to be handled without extreme care. I guess that means I really like it and that keeping it like new will always be a priority.
 Who'd of thunk it?

Re: New Parker Owner

Offline Notes_Norton

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Re: New Parker Owner
« Reply #106 on: July 18, 2018, 03:52:43 PM »
The light weight is one of the things I like about it. Since I switch between sax, flute, wind synth, and guitar on the gig, it gives my right arm less of a workout.

And to my amazement it has very good sustain for a light guitar. About as long as my 8lb LTD Faux Les Paul.

My other light guitar, Gibson ES-330 doesn't sustain nearly as long.

I'm glad you are happy with it. They are a joy to play.

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