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Parker Guitars NiteFly Mojo Guitar

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This product has been discontinued but may be available as a Open Box item.

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With its mahogany bolt-on neck, the NiteFly Mojo delivers warm full tones with a gutsy edge that comes from its solid mahogany body and Seymour Duncan Jazz and JB pickups. It also features a Fishman piezo system and stereo preamp, carbon-glass composite fretboard, Sperzel locking tuners, Graph Tech self-lubricating nut, and 3-way magnetic pickup selector with push/pull coil tap.

  • Mahogany body
  • Solid mahogany bolt-on neck with carbon glass-epoxy reinforcement
  • 25.5" scale
  • 22 hardened stainless steel frets
  • Sperzel locking tuners
  • Graph Tech self-lubricating nut
  • Seymour Duncan Jazz (neck) and JB (bridge) pickups
  • 3-way selector with push/pull coil tap
  • 6-element Fishman piezo bridge pickup
  • Active Fishman stereo preamp
  • Split stereo or summed mono Smart Switching jack
  • 3-spring, 3-mode tremolo system
  • Polyurethane finish
  • 6 lbs. overal weight
  • Includes deluxe gig bag
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Parker GuitarsNiteFly Mojo Guitar

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(6 of 11 customers found this review helpful)


Did not like Parker Sounds..........Others may disagree

By Choctaw

from USA

Comments about Parker Guitars NiteFly Mojo Guitar:

About 9 months ago I got me a NEW NiteFly Mojo and thought I had the bomb. I ask many players of that model why it had such a strange nylon strings, not the steel drive of other guitars I am use to hearing. I have PRS, LP, Tele and many years of hearing that special power sound that comes from solid bodies with steel strings. Those Seymour Duncan pickups are for sure the top of the line on ANY guitar. I took advise from several forum members and did several things that might help my situation including tweaked the switches so as to get rid of the cracking and popping when they were moved, and that went away. I was asked to change strings, check out the electronics, put new batteries in, etc which I did, including returning the NiteFly to dealer for checking out its weak sound, I playing several others that still to ME sounded short of good solid drive and what a electric guitar should produce, and after a while I found that all the Parkers I played sound like a Parker, not just another electric guitar. To me they have a nylon string sound, not metal. I have gone to YouTube and various sites and listened to Parker guitar recording too. They have that same sound that falls far short of my needs. It is not just me....several of my player friends feel the same way. So I have traded off my Parker NiteFly. This forum seems to be full of Parker lovers who think that brand is so special to them. TO EACH his own.........For my part I do not like the sound they produce thru good amps etc. I would not play one again. It's back to the old standard stuff. I guess for some players when you pay a big price and bring it home, it is hard to realize that you were duped into something that just does not cut the mustard. That has been my experience.I am sure others will disagree, and thats OK. In closing I will say there were many excellent point that the Parker NiteFly Mojo had.It played wonderful, the feel of that fretboard was perfect and very relaxing to my hands. It stayed in turn. It looked very attractive and its unusual shapes were to say the least Space AGE matrices, which made me happy to show it off. The case it came in was made to fit and worked nice. But that sound they make (jazz excluded) was so annoying to ears that for many years have known what an electric guitar is suppose to sound like, caused me to dispose of it. Maybe with some NONE judgmental hearing I bet some of you Parker fans can hear it toYes there are hundreds of Positive feedbacks here...let this be a Negative one from a dissatisfied Parker Buyer.

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(7 of 12 customers found this review helpful)


great guitar

By Statmann521

from atlanta

Comments about Parker Guitars NiteFly Mojo Guitar:

This guitar is every bit as good as any other guitar out there, but it weighs about half as much. It also has a very interesting look by how different it is from everything else. Only issue I had was how long it took me to set it up to my tastes, but I'm a fingerpicker so finding a guitar set up well for me is always a challenge. Really nice instrument and worth the money to buy it.

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By Kirk-ZVzxo

from Iowa

Comments about Parker Guitars NiteFly Mojo Guitar:

I have had my Parker Mojo Night Fly for almost 1 year. I like better every time I play it. The sounds are fantastic especially being able to blend the acoustic pickups with the humbuckers. One tip of advise, don't try and adjust this guitar if you don't know what you are doing. It is very sensitive to adjustment and it's easy to get it out of wack. This guitar stays in tune and has great action.

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(41 of 62 customers found this review helpful)


Superb Value!

By Stuart Ward

from New York

Comments about Parker Guitars NiteFly Mojo Guitar:

Best electric guitar I have ever owned. I wish I had known about them years ago, would have saved me a lot of money, time and frustration. My Parker Nitefly Mojo is a beautiful Dusty Black. Top quality hardware, electrics etc. Frets of steel! Stays in tune for ages. It can sound twangy, heavy, light, acoustic---you name it. I also love the fact that you stand apart from the crowd. Strikingly different in design.

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(4 of 10 customers found this review helpful)


Very versatile, great Jazz Pickup

By nad

from France

Comments about Parker Guitars NiteFly Mojo Guitar:

The Jazz pickup is exactly what I was asking for. I play jazz/smooth jazz/funk/fusion. The JB pickup is great for fusion soloing. You can split the coils to get a single coil sound, but don't expect a strat sound, it's good, but not as authentic as a strat's.The neck of the guitar is wider than a strat, but is so slim and smooth. AMAZING playability. Locking tuners, easy to string.Another great sound you can get out of this guitar is acoustic. The piezo is absolutely great.A complaint: The guitar wasn't in perfect condition when I received it. The bridge, which is supposed to be easily adjustable, wasn't. I'm sure it's a unit flaw, but what upsets me is how a 1600$ guitar comes with flaws. Anyway, I managed to fix it.

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