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Parker Guitars Nitefly Mojo Flame Top Guitar
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The Parker NiteFly Mojo flame-top electric guitar delivers warm full tones with a gutsy edge from its mahogany bolt-on neck. It also lights your soul...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Parker NiteFly Mojo flame-top electric guitar delivers warm full tones with a gutsy edge from its mahogany bolt-on neck. It also lights your soul aflame with a traditional AAA flamed maple top over the contoured solid mahogany body.
The Nitefly Mojo Flame guitar's carved maple top adds high-end crispness and sparkle to the sound.
Parker arms this Nitefly Mojo with Seymour Duncan Jazz and JB pickups with classic chrome covers and a push/pull coil tap.
Other enhancements include a Fishman piezo system, stereo preamp, carbon-glass composite fretboard, Sperzel locking tuners, and a GraphTech self-lubricating nut. Parker sends out each Nifefly Mojo Flame-top guitar with its own gig bag.
- Mahogany body with AAA flamed top
- 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. overall weight
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I got mine as a display model, for $1,600, needless to say it had some problems. Called Parer and they actually said yes to warranty coverage and it is currently being fixed. The bolt on set neck is a odd argument, most people can't tell the difference. This is not a fender nor a gibson, if that is what you want get that. This is a Parker and has a phenomenal sound of its own. The pups in it are pretty good, then to mix the piez on it you can get an even different sound. I love mine and can't wait to get it back. The one thing I really don't like is that the volume knob for the pick ups is in the way.
This guitar has some nice features. Sperzel tuners are easier to work with. Nice guitar design.I have cherry sunburst nice finish mahagony back maple flamed top. Bolt on mahagony neck. This has sustain but not set or neck thru sustain. Seymores Jz/Jb split and Fishman acoustic. Can be run out stereo to two different amps. You'll need special box to avoid substancial hum. Check out pdf manual on product page. I had good hum in sing into my V3. Also buzzed in hum straight to amp on gain channel. Effects processor gives good sound character. This guitar is pretty resonant unpluged. String action is a little above 1/16 low-E and right under 1/16 high side and will bzz if you dig in. Truss ajustment hasn't responded yet to set gap at 7th fret. Frets are solid smooth benders will like. All guitars are pricey. So's gas. I own this it does have great sound. I got one used and paid less. I'm happy with it.