Parker Guitars DF722FRT Maxx Fly with Floyd Rose Electric GuitarProduct #H72935 Parker Guitars H72935 AAG Solid Body Electric Guitars https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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Maximum tone and playability in a supremely comfortable flyweight instrument.
The distinctive features on the DF722FRT Maxx Fly with Floyd Rose are the radial neck joint, flame maple top, carved alder body, maple neck, ebony fretboard and Seymour Duncan® HH pickups and Floyd Rose® bridge.
Using only the highest quality and lightest weight tone woods results in a guitar that's responsive, lightweight and perfectly balanced with no dead spots or unevenness in tone.
Radial Neck Joint
This unique neck joint enhances the guitar's tone and allows for better transfer of sound from the neck to the body than a conventional bolt-on guitar.
The Sperzel® tuning pegs use a patented locking device to keep the DF722FRT in tune, even under the most strenuous playing conditions, while making string changes fast and painless.
Silky Smooth Fretting
Our long-lasting hardened stainless steel frets are manufactured to precise tolerances and bonded to our carbon fiber or ebony fingerboards which further enhance the guitar's tone and add to their resilience.
Whether you're looking for powerful electric or intricate, full-bodied acoustic guitar tones, our improved pickup mounting makes it easier than ever before to swap out the included Duncans with DiMarzios or EMGs to adjust the instrument according to your sonic palette.
- Body: Alder with Flame Maple Veneer
- Neck: Maple Radial neck joint
- Scale: 25.5"
- Fretboard: Ebony
- Frets: Stainless Steel
- Bridge: Original Floyd Rose tremolo
- Tuners: Exclusive Grover 18:1
- Pickup neck: Seymour Duncan SH6 humbucker
- Pickup Bridge: Seymour Duncan TB6 humbucker
- Finish: Gloss
Become the player you've always wanted to by ordering the Maxx Fly today.