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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...Click To Read More About This Product

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(Open Box) 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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FEATURES
  • 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
  • Includes hardshell case

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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Parker GuitarsFly Mojo Electric Guitar
 
4.3

(based on 27 reviews)

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One Guitar Fits All?

I have owned and played my Parker Fly Mojo for several years now. I also own and play iconic guitars from Gibson, Fender, Ibanez, Gretsch, and Epiphone (custom shop). There is...Read complete review

I have owned and played my Parker Fly Mojo for several years now. I also own and play iconic guitars from Gibson, Fender, Ibanez, Gretsch, and Epiphone (custom shop). There is no best guitar for me, but there are guitars with vibes and feel that match different gigs and styles. Going to a session, not knowing what I'll be playing , I'll carte enough to cover many styles. Playing a dedicated gig (blues for example) I'll take the axe that feels and vibes right for that style. If, however, I'm doing a live date that jumps from one style to another with no time to change guitars; my guitar of choice is the Parker. With a wide tonal range, coil splitting, split output to send the piezo direct and the pickups to my amp. This one guitar can cover it all. Also the parker has made me a better player. It can always do more than I can give it, and it can show me my weaknesses as well. It absolutely ?plays like butter?, is not affected by heat or cold, can stay in tune practically all day/night, even with serious string bends; and the whammy is adjustable from fixed to free floating. Four things you must do: Always put the whammy into fixed position to tune it; Always match the spring to the gauge of your strings; and if changing to a hybrid set make sure you completely set it up before getting to the gig so you can change springs if necessary, (don't ask); and always carry a spare battery. If you are a dedicated player of one model, say a Les Paul, you probably will not feel right with this guitar, but if you need flexibility, or a one stop guitar, check it out.

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More taken by the uniqueness than the sound or feel

I bought a Fly Mojo Used so I didn't have to go through the expense that others have gone through for these. And like the review says. it's unique, the engineering is cool. ...Read complete review

I bought a Fly Mojo Used so I didn't have to go through the expense that others have gone through for these. And like the review says. it's unique, the engineering is cool. But it's just not that great of a guitar. Doesn't sound or play fabulous. And like other reviews say. It's too light. It doesn't feel like a real instrument at times. Play one before you buy one.

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(12 of 12 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

One Guitar Fits All?

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Comments about Parker Guitars Fly Mojo Electric Guitar:

I have owned and played my Parker Fly Mojo for several years now. I also own and play iconic guitars from Gibson, Fender, Ibanez, Gretsch, and Epiphone (custom shop). There is no best guitar for me, but there are guitars with vibes and feel that match different gigs and styles. Going to a session, not knowing what I'll be playing , I'll carte enough to cover many styles. Playing a dedicated gig (blues for example) I'll take the axe that feels and vibes right for that style. If, however, I'm doing a live date that jumps from one style to another with no time to change guitars; my guitar of choice is the Parker. With a wide tonal range, coil splitting, split output to send the piezo direct and the pickups to my amp. This one guitar can cover it all. Also the parker has made me a better player. It can always do more than I can give it, and it can show me my weaknesses as well. It absolutely ?plays like butter?, is not affected by heat or cold, can stay in tune practically all day/night, even with serious string bends; and the whammy is adjustable from fixed to free floating. Four things you must do: Always put the whammy into fixed position to tune it; Always match the spring to the gauge of your strings; and if changing to a hybrid set make sure you completely set it up before getting to the gig so you can change springs if necessary, (don't ask); and always carry a spare battery. If you are a dedicated player of one model, say a Les Paul, you probably will not feel right with this guitar, but if you need flexibility, or a one stop guitar, check it out.

(6 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Parker Fly Mojo Review

By Patrick-lb8R8

from Long Island

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Comments about Parker Guitars Fly Mojo Electric Guitar:

I have had my Parker Fly Mojo in Blue Flame for a number of months now and it has become my electric guitar of choice. I really love it but do not consider it perfect but close. The build quality is top notch, it sounds fantastic and it capable of producing an amazing array of sounds. The SD's scream, the piezo is nice and the split coil option gets a great Fender strat sound. The guitar plays very well but you cannot lower the action really close (like a Jackson for instance) due to the design of the bridge and frets. This doesn't matter to me because the neck is very fast and easy to play. On the negative side, the documentation that came with it is very light and this is an issue because the bridge is not easy to figure out. I basically keep it on fixed mode. The locking tuners are nice and mine stays in tune well (and is intonated well) in this mode. I think the Floyd Rose on my Jackson is better for playing with the trem but that might be due to my reluctance to take the bridge out of fixed mode.

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Versatility

By Matt Schaffner

from El Dorado, KS

Comments about Parker Guitars Fly Mojo Electric Guitar:

As a professional musician who has to play in a variety of styles with the same variety of tones, the Fly is the way to go. It allows you to go from a mellow acoustic to screaming lead to the clean tones of a Strat and everywhere in between. If you're looking for a multipurpose axe that covers a lot of bases, the Fly is a good buy.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

LOVE my Parker

By Andrew-YzUgy

from Chicago

Comments about Parker Guitars Fly Mojo Electric Guitar:

First off, to the reviewer that said they had trouble keeping their Fly in tune- Mine stays in tune for months WITHOUT using the tuner locks. You may have a problem with yours that needs to be looked at.And to the reviewer comparing the Fly to his hollow-body guitar and saying the Fly sucks- you are misleading others that may want to buy this guitar by comparing apples and oranges.Now, for people who want some versatility and who may have a sore shoulder after playing a Les Paul (i still love my LP though), find a music shop that has a Parker Fly and play one to see if it's right for you.My Parker has the fastest neck I have ever played, which is made with a carbon-glass epoxy. I've always wanted a Gibson SG for the weight and thin body, but the Parker gives me this and it looks way cool. The sustain is amazing for crunching metal, or you can use the coil tap to get a Strat sound if that's your thing. The Fishman piezo system is awesome too. You can get a cool acoustic sound and even combine that with a clean electric sound from the magnetic pickups with the included stereo output cable.The sound that comes out of this thing (if you know how to use it) is just so sweet to the ears. and it's unique if you're tired of the same old floyd rose bridge, rosewood fingerboard, boring design, etc, get a Parker.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Amazing instrument

By yellowv

from South Florida

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Comments about Parker Guitars Fly Mojo Electric Guitar:

Well I got my Fly Mojo a few weeks ago and am still blown away by it. The quality and playability are second to none and this is coming from a guy who's main guitar is a Caparison or should I say was. The neck and fingerboard are the best on the market hands down. Smooth and super fast and the stainless steel frets are amazing.It is amazing how it is so lightweight yet has awesome tone and sustain. Versatility is the name of the game with the Mojo. The Duncan JB/Jazz combo along with the peizo can do everything from hard rock and metal to jazz and everything in between. Great job Parker. You have another convert.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

The mojo has it all

By paul trapanese

from ghent,n.y.

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Comments about Parker Guitars Fly Mojo Electric Guitar:

I have been playing for 40 years and this is my fourth parker and dare i say the best. and my last one was a select model. the duncans and the mahogany neck give the guitar a very warm full sound.of course the feel is second to none. I don't even play the prs any more. The flame top is beautiful too!

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Totally versatile

By Stringman-T5vJt

from Riverside, Ca

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Comments about Parker Guitars Fly Mojo Electric Guitar:

My Parker Fly blew me away when I took it out of the box. Great craftsmanship, awesome feel, and the sound? Forget it! Fat when you want it, funky stratocaster, and sharp, ballsy lead! Add the bridge peizos, and you have a rainbow of sounds unavailable on any other guitar. I dream at night about this instrument! I wanted one single solid body guitar that would do it all, and I got it in the Parker Fly. I am now a total Parker nutcase, and I have more than one.

(2 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

It's average.

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Comments about Parker Guitars Fly Mojo Electric Guitar:

This guitar has very nice workmanship, but that's only when you look at it. If you sit down and actually play it, you find out that the sound is thin and splotchy. The feel is off. I own an Ibanez Artcore, and the feel of that guitar is amazing. Comparing this guitar with one that I actually own, it just doesn't compare. When you play it, it feels like your playing an acoustic. The guitar just has a thick feel, even though it's so light weight.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Very nice!

By Flyman

from Burlington NJ

Comments about Parker Guitars Fly Mojo Electric Guitar:

Finally got to try a Mojo out last week. I've owned 4 different Parker guitars and presently use both a Nitefly & 90's Delux, but the new Mojo is better than any I have owned. As soon as I am able I will buy one. I used to never be Jealous of what other guitarists played, but not anymore!

(2 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Too perfect - But yet lifeless

By GibsonLP-6b_Sj

from Greece

Comments about Parker Guitars Fly Mojo Electric Guitar:

I have used this guitar quite recently when my friend decided to come over to my house to unbox and test his new miracle guitar. I myself own a Gibson Les Paul and I'm quite used to a thick feel and a guitar full of power and a perfect full tone. When I saw it, I was rather influenced that it was the perfect guitar due to its vast amount of features and playability modes. When I tried it out I was in for a big surprise. I was kind of disappointed because I expected a much more powerful tone from such an elegant and rocking guitar; it's really smooth on the bends though, but at the end of the day I realize that it is completely overpriced and empty. I also felt that I couldn't add any funk and feeling in my play since it just seems too perfect... But in fact, it isn't at all. Because in music, it's the player that matters and not the instrument. Of course this is my personal opinion, and others might disagree- fair enough.

(1 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

More taken by the uniqueness than the sound or feel

By guylemieux

from Chicago, IL

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      Comments about Parker Guitars Fly Mojo Electric Guitar:

      I bought a Fly Mojo Used so I didn't have to go through the expense that others have gone through for these. And like the review says. it's unique, the engineering is cool. But it's just not that great of a guitar. Doesn't sound or play fabulous. And like other reviews say. It's too light. It doesn't feel like a real instrument at times. Play one before you buy one.

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      The best Guitar Iv'e had in 30 years

      By Merlin4hair

      from Fresno, CA, next to Yosemite!!!!!

      Comments about Parker Guitars Fly Mojo Electric Guitar:

      I am So Happy with this Guitar,it's solid, Light,the neck is the best,the pickups rock, you can get lot's of sounds just from the knobs,Made in the USA.the only prob I have is the top point could of beenmade more rounded where it hit's my chest, a Little pokey, It's worth every penney... Buy one!My Les Paul is going to get dusty...awwwww..

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Good buy!!! (if you have the money)

      By PapaRica77

      from Miami

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      Comments about Parker Guitars Fly Mojo Electric Guitar:

      Great action, looks, playability, and very versatile. Probably the best out there. My only problem was keeping it tuned throughout a gig. It has gotten better now. However, I have had the best results in my home studio. The piezo is the best you can get out there. It even works with flamenco style. Ohh, something else they could do about this guitar, it could be more affordable.

      (1 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

       
      1.0

      its as if parker fly sucks the life out of music

      By richardW

      from Montreal, QC

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      Comments about Parker Guitars Fly Mojo Electric Guitar:

      I've never played a guitar that sounds so processed. I wouldn't recommend this to anyone. There's absolutely no feel to it.

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      The Parker Fly Mojo is the ultimate guitar.

      By Mike Gentry

      from Cincinnati, Ohio

      Comments about Parker Guitars Fly Mojo Electric Guitar:

      I can't believe how any guitarist in their right mind could not absoultely fall in love with the Fly Mojo! There are more features on this guitar than nearly any other guitar on the planet like:* 24 hardened stainless steel frets -last WAY longer!* incredibly lightweight (5 pounds).. comfortable to play* locking Sperzel tuners* graphite self lubricating nut* tremelo that can be set for full floating, bend down only, or as a fixed bridge* Semour Duncan Jazz and JB pickups -Incredible pickups!* ability to get a good acoustic sound (playing in stereo thru pa system) or mixed with duncans...* split coil push pull switch* very good case -sbk styleHow many guitars with a whammy bar will let you do alternate tunings? or break a string during a song -but still stay in tune? or let you go nuts on the bar, but not go out of tune?.. or if you DO break a string, let you change it and get retuned/stretched in less 1 minute?This guitar isn't a copy of anything... it's an all mahogany body and neck guitar, with a thin carbon fiber coating and carbon fiber/glass fingerboard -FAST smooth action!... the action is as low as any guitar I've seen or played -and I've played several hundred.. The other Parker Fly models use DiMarzio pickups, which basically just suck. I've wanted to like these guitars for years, but could never bring myself to like the sound of those pickups... and because they were a propritary size, you basically got what you got. I didn't like the sound, so I didn't buy.The Mojo is a completely different animal :)It's using Semour Duncan a Jazz neck pickup and JB bridge... a LOT warmer... smoother... hotter... a LOT better sound... the breakup going into crunch is fantastic... good clean sound... GREAT overdrive.. no squeals... good control..I've played for over 25 years.. and have owned around 30 different guitars.. I've played probably 400-500 over the years... I have never seen a guitar that plays as good as a Parker Fly.. nothing -including any PRS, Gibson/Fender (new or old) -or anything else. Stainless steel frets + carbon/glass fingerboard + incredible low action is about as good as it's ever going to get in this lifetime.Parker Flys are NOT the same. They are basically the same guitar, with different wood, but with the same similar problem -they sound too bright.. and the distortion is too harsh (my opinion) The Mojo is different. The mahogany body/neck coupled with the Semour Duncan pickups drastically change the sound -for the BETTER :)The Fly Mojo is the ultimate guitar... trust me.

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      The best light guitar ever made

      By Bman-9odAz

      from CT

      Comments about Parker Guitars Fly Mojo Electric Guitar:

      If you do not need a lightweight, feature ladden guitar, buy something else. But I have gigged out with this guitar for 2 years, and it sounds phenominal and plays like a dream. I get swamped with compliments on my tone, and that is really what guitars are all about. Weighing only 5 lbs makes this guitar the most comfortable and user friendly axe on the planet.

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Evolution revolution

      By BlueMan

      from Texas

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      Comments about Parker Guitars Fly Mojo Electric Guitar:

      This is the second Parker Fly that I've owned. The first was a Deluxe and now a Mojo Flame. I loved the Deluxe and always regretted selling it, the Mojo is even better! They've relocated the battery compartment and simplified the tremolo. At any rate, this guitar offers such a wide range of USABLE tones that I don't know of any other guitar that compares. I realize you can buy modeling guitars that offer endless sounds, but how many are actually usable? This guitar plays like greased lightning and the looks always evoke a response! If you can buy it, buy it. I play so many different styles of music it makes it really easy to use a single guitar to cover them all.

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Dream Guitar

      By David-jipvy

      from Arizona

      Comments about Parker Guitars Fly Mojo Electric Guitar:

      I bought the Fly Mojo because I met a shredder named Dave Marcone at an NGW workshop in LA. He was instuctor. I have played for over 40 years and probably owned every guitar once. This is just an amazing instrument and though I love PRS McCarty Hollowbody II's, this guitar is better. It is fast. It is light. It is amazing in versatility. I have recorded with the guitar twice and really enjoyed getting great stuff from the guitar. You can dial in anything from amazingly good acoustic sounds to Strat sounds. I love it. I think you will too. One thing...give it a few days. Not having fretboard markers on the fretboard has confused me a couple times on stage. Also, being partial to 22 frets, the adjustment to 24 has caused me some confusion too. These problems go away fast.

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Real Mojo!

      By former stratguy

      from Boston, MA

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      Comments about Parker Guitars Fly Mojo Electric Guitar:

      In the recording studio this guitar gave me the hot sounds I was looking for right away... no lengthy fiddlin' & diddlin'.On stage, the live sound was hot, smoking and full bodied TONE.

       
      5.0

      The ultimate guitar

      By slowfingers

      from Taiwan

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      Comments about Parker Guitars Fly Mojo Electric Guitar:

      I have played guitar for 20 years and have never seen anything like a Fly Mojo. I know many people who bought various guitars for their unique sounds. The problem is, at least for me, when my fingers got used to one guitar I became much less skillful on others (compare a Fendr Strat to a Gibson LP). Now Fly Mojo gives me the sounds of both single coil and Humbucking, even acoustic sound or their combinations.The feeling about playing a Fly Mojo is also worth mentioning - nothing else is like it and it is matchless. Your fingers can go to any position on the fingerboard and every note is in acurate tune and good tone. When I played with my old Fener Strat, I did not have any desire to go to positions higher than 12 on the 4th to 6th strings. It is different on a Fly Mojo, I just want to explore everywhere.The bridge design is a piece of work. I can do whatever crazy bending on the tremolo bar, the guitar is still in tune. I have painful experience with changing strings on a Floyd Ross system, now it is over with the Fly. Changing string is very quick and the Fly allows you to have a half turn on the nut easily.I kept on buying guitars, but Fly Mojo will be the last one because it is very versatile. I do not have to get various features and tones from many guitars anymore. Other than Fly Mojo, I will probably only play one with high bridge for slide, and stop playing others.Fly Mojo is several times more expensive than other guitars, but with it you do not have to buy many. I have seen many people who own Fender Strat, Gibson LP and Ibenez SL-X (I am one of them. In practical, who can handle so many with optimal performance anyway?). Putting all the prices together, they can own a Fly Mojo. I would not have bought so many if I saw Fly Mojo first.I do not work for Parker, I paid $$$$ to get the guitar from here. I enjoy playing guitars while hate to do all the adjustments. I chose to deal with one or two guitars, not many.

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