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 p... Click To Read More About This Product
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.
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While the price of this guitar is high I have to say when I played it was one of those guitars worth the money. I played it through a Deluxe reverb in the store and it really nailed those blues tones, The guitar was set up very nicely and had no flaws that I could see.
I've had my Parker Nitefly Mojo (in natural finish) for more 6 months and I've got to say, it is a GREAT guitar. I used to own a bit of a banged up guitar, then I upgraded to something that is truly amazing. First of all I'd like to say that this is the type of guitar that you work with rather than against; straight out of the box it was in perfect tune and intonation, the action can be set as low as possible without buzzing, the locking tuners are great, and the bridge is pretty amazing. Moving on to the sound, the sound of this guitar is nothing short of great; switch on the bridge pick-up and you've got some killer metal sounds, to a trebly (not to trebly) blues sounds, or to the middle selection where you get a nice scooped tone, or to the Seymour Duncan Jazz at the neck, and get a very warm creamy lead tone. And to double the possibilities, you can just split the coils! The Piezo pickup sounds as pretty as an acoustic and gives you the option to switch to an acoustic sound mid-song with out changing a thing. The neck is very good for sliding to the higher register fast, and wide enough for massive bends. I've used it for funk, rock, metal, blues, and jazz, for both lead and rhythm, and it has yet to fail me. I have it going right through a Randall MTS 112, and it sounds great, and if I wanted to upgrade, I'd most likely go for the Parker Fly Mojo.
We all know the Parker Quality, no matter which one you get. But this one is an exception. I love the coil tapping! You can go from an acoustic sound, just flip the switches, than have a heavy rock sound. It's very helpful for songs that I play. Deron Miller has a Deluxe fly, and just look at him play! Say what you will about Cky, but he is an all-around great guitarist. I play anything From Led Zeppelin to Sublime to stuff like Pig Destroyer, Lamb of God, and Converge. I stride to be well-rounded-This guitar surely helps me do just that!
The Nitefly Mojo was set up well right out of the box; I barely had to tune it! The neck is wide and glassy smooth. It is very easy to play. Once you pick it up you can't put it down, you just want to keep playing. It's light, extremely well made, and the natural mahogany is beautiful.The only criticism I could offer is that the mag volume knob gets in the way. Best guitar I've played.
This was my fifth Parker guitar, after 3 decades of Fender, Ibanez, & Gibson. There is no comparison. I bought the Mojo because it not only offers the greatest dollar value, but it actually makes me a better player. It's well-made enough that I can just PLAY it without worrying about adjusting this or that. All my other guitars are on eBay. It's just that good.
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