Parker Maxx Fly Bass
Thu, 19 Jan 2012
imgThe new Maxx Fly Bass represents the culmination of Parker’s finest work in a bass.  Sacrificing nothing in terms of design and aesthetics, this bass is the ultimate in its class and is a powerhouse of features.  It is a bass that a professional musician will turn to time and time again.  It will be debuted at Winter NAMM 2012 and be available for $5999.99.

The body is crafted of swamp ash.  It’s built to sound big, featuring an EMG ‘P’ Split-Neck pickup, an EMG® ‘MMCS’ bridge pickup, and an EMG Piezo Buffer.  The Parker designed Hipshot Bridge also houses the Ghost® Piezo saddles.  It is available in a gloss finish, with colors including dusty black, 3-tone sunburst, and candy lemon yellow.

The neck is poplar with a 24 fret carbon glass epoxy fretboard and Hipshot® Ultra Light tuners.  A fretless version is also available.  The Parker Maxx Fly Bass represents a new standard in a premium, high-end bass performance bass.

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