Brilliant Fly body design, Seymour Duncan pickups, and solid mahogany vibe — it's all the way there.
The Parker Fly Mojo Electric Guitar is light, fast, and amazingly versatile. A solid mahogany body and neck provide warm resonance to the thick, bold tone generated by genuine Seymour Duncan Jazz and JB pickups. It's light in weight but far from a lightweight, churning out creamy, luscious sounds with enhanced lower mids. Famous Fly playability and comfort are combined with simpler knobs and a more ergonomic control layout, easier-to-use vibrato, improved electronics, carbon-glass fretboard, Fishman 6-element piezo system, and Sperzel locking tuners. Includes hardshell case.
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- Solid mahogany body
- Polyurethane finish
- Reinforced carved multiple finger neck-body joint
- Mahogany neck with solid one-piece carbon-glass-epoxy reinforcement
- 25-1/2" scale
- 24 frets - .045" high, .095" wide
- Hardened stainless steel fret material
- Carbon-glass-epoxy .020: composite fretboard
- Wide width, regular thickness fretboard with 10"-13" conical shape
- GraphTech nut
- 1.68" nut width
- Dual function truss rod
- Seymour Duncan Jazz and JB pickups
- 3-way pickups switching with push/pull coil-splitting
- 6-element piezo pickup system with Active Custom Fishman stereo preamp
- Split stereo or summed mono output with Smart Switching jack
- Parker custom-cast aluminum vibrato bridge with stainless steel saddles
- Custom flat spring vibrato system with balance adjustment, 3-mode step stop: fixed, bend down only or floating
- Sperzel locking tuners
If you've been waiting for a Fly, your wait is over. This is the one with the real Mojo. Order now.
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Comments about Parker Guitars Fly Mojo Electric Guitar:
I've had my Mojo for a couple of weeks now. When I first saw a Parker Guitar I thought I'd never buy one -- I find them rather unattractive. However, the more I read about them, the more I wanted to try one. You can find the specs elsewhere, so just my impressions: totally flawless workmanship. The construction quality is top notch. The variety of sounds is excellent with the piezo pickup. It's very very light and contours well against your body. I can't think of anything bad to say about this guitar except ONE thing. Basically, it's just a matter of personal taste, but I'm not sure yet how much I love the neck shape. Not that it doesn't play great, but the shape feels very thin and wide. I'm used to Strat and Gibson necks which have a MUCH beefier feel to them. The Mojo neck is THIN (from fret side to back side) I found on certain fingerings of the high E with my pinky that the string would slip off the fretboard a bit and make a dead plonk. Had to adjust. Personally, I'm sure I'll get used to it, but if you really like a beefier neck I highly advise you to try one first! Otherwise, I'd highly recommend this guitar. The versatility of all the sounds you can create with it is amazing. However, it will still never replace my Strat and Gibson L5-S. I'd give it 5 stars, but only 4 because of the neck and, again, that's more a matter of taste than anything to do with the guitar.