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- Mon May 02, 2022 10:44 am
- Forum: Announcements and News
- Topic: New and Improved Search Functionality
- Replies: 0
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Hey everyone—we've made some improvements to the way searches happen on the site by also improving the way posts are indexed. Hopefully, you never had a meh experience with the search feature before, but, if you did, it should now be snappier and yield better results. I'll also draw attention to som...
- Mon Jan 18, 2021 3:58 am
- Forum: Fly
- Topic: Fly Neck Setup - Action, Frets and Cleaning
- Replies: 27
- Views: 4922
... check your truss rod and follow Ken‘s advice and use a drop oil... works wonders... ! I’m so glad to hear this, MadMac ! I’ve never tried it myself, but it’s great to hear that this works well and that it worked for you!! so now my theory... because of unknown ... many git tech set Parker up th...
Hi dean thom ! I’ve had success following these exact steps that Ken Parker has posted here . In two cases, the truss seemed maxed out, and my tech (two different techs in each instance) followed the steps to effectively bow it back. Problem solved and super-low action restored! If you’re near the n...
- Mon Sep 21, 2020 3:42 pm
- Forum: General Info and FAQs about Fly Guitars
- Topic: New to Parkers or to this Forum?? READ THIS FIRST
- Replies: 0
- Views: 19622
Welcome to the Fly Clone Project, a site dedicated to preserving information about the Parker Fly and other Parker Guitars. For more info on the Fly Clone Project, click here ; we are a research effort of the Electric Guitar Innovation Lab at WPI. Where to Start Nearly everything you need to know ab...
- Wed Aug 05, 2020 9:55 pm
- Forum: Ken's Corner
- Topic: How to Fix a Truss Rod That Won’t Move
- Replies: 1
- Views: 2443
The Problem: “The truss rod in this particular guitar barely works; there's more relief in this neck than I'm comfortable with.” For most of our production years, Basswood was the only material used for the necks, and later, we added Mahogany from Central America. One giant goal was to try to do a ...