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Parker DragonFly Electric Guitar Hands-On Review

May 25, 2010 by · 2 Comments 



Parker DragonFly Electric Guitar Hands-On Review

When it was released in the early ‘90s, the Parker Fly won critical accolades for it high-tech construction and futuristic design, making believers out of such dives artists as Adrian Belew, Vernon Reid, Reeves Gabrels, and Pat Martino. A decade after the Fly’s debut, Parker introduced the DragonFly, which featured the same resin-based skin, but made slight changes to the distinctive body design. The treble horn has shorted by about an inch, and the bass horn was straightened and reshaped into a graceful curve, compared with the more angular version on the original. The DragonFly was obviously descended from the Fly, but now had a more traditional look and feel. And at over $4,000 retail, it was still very much a premium guitar. Read more

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