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The Parker Hornet PM-20 Pro features a Mahogany body and Mahogany through-neck construction, faux abalone top binding, ebony fingerboard with faux mother of pearl star inlay at octave fret. This version uses the distinctive Parker ‘hockey stick’ headstock; some versions were made with a traditional 3×3 design.
The Martin Dreadnought has been in regular production since its re-introduction in 1931, as a revival of the pre-1920 Ditson models. First listed as the D-1 and D-2, these models had 12-fret necks like the Ditsons. The D-1 combined a spruce top with mahogany for the back and sides, and the D-2 spruce and rosewood. In 1934, these models were rebuilt with 14-fret necks and became the Martin D-18 and Martin D-28.
The Fender Telecaster has been an extremely popular design since its introduction as the Broadcaster in 1950. Its tonal versatility, reliability and durability led to its use in a huge range of musical genres. On this 1968 Fender Telecaster, the blonde finish is in good original condition with some yellowing due to age. All parts other than strings are original