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Utilizing plug-and-play connectivity, the Fly Mojo MIDI Guitar allows players to create a world of unique tones with the simplicity and quality that musicians have come to expect from Parker. The Fly ... Click To Read More About This Product

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Utilizing plug-and-play connectivity, the Fly Mojo MIDI Guitar allows players to create a world of unique tones with the simplicity and quality that musicians have come to expect from Parker. The Fly Mojo MIDI Guitar features a Roland GK-KIT-GT3 Divided Pickup that allows for full integration with the Roland V-Guitar System, GR-20 Guitar Synthesizer, or any BOSS GK Effect pedals.

Along with the MIDI capability, the Parker guitar features Seymour Duncan Jazz (neck) and JB (bridge) pickups, Sperzel Trim-Lok tuners, a Parker custom vibrato bridge, and an exclusive Fishman Piezo electronics system. The Fly Mojo MIDI neck is constructed from a carbon glass epoxy fretboard fused to a single solid piece of mahogany.

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MIDI support utilizing The Roland Gk-Kt-Gt3 Divided Pickup kit 
Seymour Duncan Jazz (neck) and JB (bridge) Pickups, exclusive Fishman Electronics system
Solid one-piece mahogany body and neck coated with a carbon glass epoxy
Sperzel Trim-Lok tuners
plug and play Integration with Roland V-Guitar System, Gr-20 Guitar Synthesizer, or any BOSS GK Effect pedals
Parker custom-cast aluminum vibrato bridge, stainless steel saddles
Seymour Duncan Jazz (neck) and JB (bridge) magnetic pickups
3-way mag pickup selection with push-pull coil tap
Custom Fishman piezos and stereo voltage-doubled pre-amp
Custom Parker vibrato system
5 lb.
Tones/Sounds: Thick, warm and heavy sounds 
Body Wood: Mahogany
Neck-body Joint: Reinforced carved multiple finger joint
Neck wood: One-piece mahogany
Fretboard: Carbon-glass-epoxy .020" composite
Fretboard shape: 10"- 13" compound radius
Neck shape: Wide, regular
Fret size: .045" high, .095" wide
Nut: GraphTech
Nut width: 1.68"
Scale: 25-1/2",
# of Frets: 24
Fret material: Hardened stainless steel
String Spacing: Bridge: 2.14" Nut: 1.43"
Truss Rod: Dual function truss rod
Bridge: Parker custom cast aluminum vibrato bridge, stainless steel saddles
Vibrato System: Custom flat spring with balance adjustment, 3-mode step stop: fixed, bend down only. or floating
Tuners: Sperzel locking

Magnetic pickups: Seymour Duncan Jazz (neck) and JB (bridge) Humbuckers
Pickup selector: 3-way with push/pull coil tap
Piezo system: 6-element Fishman piezo
PreAmp/Mixer: New and improved Active Custom Fishman stereo preamp
Other Controls: Volume, Vone with push-pull coil tap; Piezo volume, Pickup/Piezo 3-way selector
Output: Split stereo or summed mono; "smart switching" jack

Finish: Polyurethane
Weight: 5 pounds
Strings: D'Addario EXL 120, .009" - .042"
Case/Bag: Parker Fly custom hard case
Pro Coverage
Manufacturer's Warranty
There is a 1-year limited warranty beginning on the date of first customer purchase, on all unmodified and properly cared for Parker Guitars.

Any Parker Guitar found to be defective within the 1-year warranty period set forth above will be repaired or replaced at the option of Parker Guitars provided the guitar is promptly delivered (freight and insurance prepaid) directly to Parker Guitars for service.

Please contact Parker's Product Support office at (847) 949-0444 for information, return authorization and a Parker Work Order Number. No guitars may be returned to Parker without prior approval and a Work Order Number clearly written on the outside of the carton. A copy of the original sales receipt and a complete written description of the problem must accompany all guitars returned for warranty repairs.

This warranty covers the cost of labor and materials for all repairs considered necessary by our Service Technician, as well as, return shipping charges at "ground" rates.

There are no warranties, expressed or implied, other than those expressed herein. Further, there is no warranty of merchandise or fitness for a particular purpose beyond the 1-year warranty period set forth above.

Limitation of Liability: the above warranty represents purchaser's exclusive remedy and Parker Guitars shall not be liable for any special, incidental, or consequential damages or expenses relating to the product sold.

The Parker Limited Warranty does not cover:
<## HC bull ##> Normal wear and tear
<## HC bull ##> Guitars serviced by unauthorized persons
<## HC bull ##> Shipping damages
<## HC bull ##> Guitars modified in any way
<## HC bull ##> Guitars with altered serial numbers
<## HC bull ##> Damage due to misuse, negligence, or accidents
<## HC bull ##> Damage due to improper vibrato spring installation/setup
<## HC bull ##> Guitars subjected to extreme cold, heat or humidity
<## HC bull ##> Guitars purchased from an unauthorized dealer or purchased used
<## HC bull ##> The playability of a guitar with the action lower than set at the factory and as specified in the users manual
<## HC bull ##> Subjective issues regarding tone, wood grain or color

NOTE: Some States do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, and/or do not allow the exclusion of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations and exclusions may not apply to some purchasers. This warranty gives the purchaser specific legal rights and purchaser may also have other rights, which very from State to State.

Non-Warranty Repairs
If non-warranty repairs are required, Parker will communicate a repair cost quote to the customer which must be approved before the actual repair will commence. All non-warranty repairs, or repairs not covered under the Parker Limited Warranty, are subject to a bench fee.

Warranty Repairs Outside the U.S.
For warranty repairs outside the U.S. please contact either the dealer from whom you purchased the guitar, or the Authorized Parker Distributor in your country for information and assistance.

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Parker Fly Midi Mojo

By Jeff Johnston

from Kirkland,WA

Comments about Parker Guitars Fly Mojo MIDI Electric Guitar:

This guitar is an incredible musical tool. It came perfectly set up with no buzzing or intonation problems. The neck is super-thin, action light and fast. Huge tonal variation, you can play any musical style. It weighs less than 5 pounds! The upper horn hits your chest when playing seated, not a problem for me. The quality of the paint and finish is perfect and is still scratch free. The controls are laid out in a logical way and I was able to play a gig the first night I bought it, using the midi control is intuitive, switching from acoustic to out of phase strat type sounds to full-on Humbucker fat all made sense. I have been using it exclusively for 4 months now. The tone is so precise and articulate it makes my other guitars sound like there is a pillow over the speaker. A revolutionary improvement of the electric guitar with it's own modern look but totally soulful sound.

(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)


Awesome Guitar

By P. D. McKinney

from The Woodlands, Texas

Comments about Parker Guitars Fly Mojo MIDI Electric Guitar:

The Parker Fly Mojo is known for its light weight, fast action, and excellet playability. In my 30+ yrs of playing guitars, I believe the Fly Mojo plays at least equally well as the absolute very best guitars I have ever played. The carbon glass fretboard and SS frets are so smooth and when combined with the thin neck and light weight, it makes for hours of easy play. Other more subtle features - the body is a piece of art - sculpted to fit your body and to be well balanced sitting or standing. A lot of thought and experimentation had to have gone into the Fly's body and neck design. It just fits - what more can I say. The controls are precise and tight and well laid out. The Midi controls are intuitive and quick to learn. Now - saving the best for last - the tone - what marvelous tone. The Seymour Duncans and Fishman Piezo electronics system allow you to play an extremely wide range of styles. The power and punch causes other guitarists to stop, look and ask for a turn. Combined with my '65 reissue Twin Reverb, the tones are intoxicating. With respect to the Midi, I chose the Midi because I am experimenting with guitar synths. I purchased a Roland GR-55 with my Fly Mojo Midi and could not be happier. In closing I confess that I have not picked up my Strat since getting my Fly Mojo and am glad that I sold my LP. They seem so primitive in comparison to my Parker Fly Mojo Midi.

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