Parker Hornet PM-20 Pro SOLD

Today we’re looking at a 2009 Parker Hornet PM-20 Pro in bright white finish. Introduced in 2000, This model was discontinued in 2010.

Ken Parker and Larry Fishman (of Fishman pickup fame) created the first Parker guitars in 1992, introducing composite materials and unique yet highly playable professional level guitars and basses.

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.

For hardware, the Parker Hornet PM-20 Pro features black Sperzel locking tuners, black locking tune-o-matic style bridge, and the strings pass through the body for maximum sustain. The wiring features Seymour Duncan pickups, a pickup selector, master volume and tone controls with pull-pots for coil taps. Currently strung with 11-50 D’Addario BT 11-50 strings.

Excellent condition, one small ding on the back of the neck. Very light and comfortable.

Serial Number:  06020014, built during 2009 in Korea.

Pricing:  $500.00 Canadian, with Parker gig bag.

Status:  SOLD