#1
Exactly as the title says - how is the tuning stability of the Parker P-series?
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#2
Hit me up some answers, guise.
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what's pron?


EDIT: i googled it, you guys are gross.


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#3
Got a Parker PM-10. It rarely goes out of tune for me. IMO, the guitar should be more expensive for it's performance.
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#4
I have my friend's Parker P-42 for the long term and it's a great guitar. Stays in tune pretty well and plays like a dream.
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#5
considering half the guitar is made of graphite (I think), I'd assume it keeps tune decently.
#6
they keep tune really well, but its like any guitar, if its had a good setup then it should stay in tune no problems....but this is in theory in some cases.
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