Other than the first four digits noting the year, it's decoded the same as the 9-digit serial numbers.See the explanation for serial number 20070311301 below: 20070311301 First four digits indicate the year - 2007 20070311301 5th & 6th digits indicate the two-digit month - 03 (March) 20070311301 7th & 8th digits indicate the day - 11 (the 11th) 20070311301 9th digit is a series code number - 0 for 300 or 400 Series, 1 for 500 thru Presentation Series, 2 for 200 Series, 3 for a Baby, 4 for a Big Baby, 5 for T5, 7 for Nylon Series, 8 for 100 Series, and 9 for Solid Body Series. 20070311301 Last two digits indicate the guitar's position in that day's production sequence. Record keeping in the early days was spotty and it's uncertain which guitar is actually the first one, but these two were built within the first few months of Taylor Guitars production.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 page you requested cannot be displayed because you do not have access to this forum or this forum is currently offline.If you wish to access this forum, please contact the administrator of this site.
See the explanation below: 1107064001 First digit indicates where it was made.
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.
We'll e-mail you with an estimated delivery date as soon as we have more information. The Mojo Series is the result of both Ken Parkers’ vision and input from the players of Parker Guitars.
Your account will only be charged when we ship the item. A combination of unique ideas, the Fly Mojo was created to produce a special warm and magical tone.
It had a solid contoured maple body and shared many of the Parker Fly's advanced features like a basswood neck reinforced with Parker's patented carbon fiber/glass/epoxy composite.