Re: should i buy parker fly classic (no pics sorry)
Couldn't you touch up the chip area with a bit of clear coat... just to protect the chipped edges? I always liked the looks of those guitars... heard positive and negative... I think it has a lot to do with your playing style and tone you want to achieve (no different than any other guitar). That isn't much help, but I think you need to try it out and get a feel for it. If it's 80%, that's a good thing (I rarely found a guitar was 100% to my liking the first time around, but as I got used to it, I could dial into its nuances better).