Brief & Accurate Description:
Parker Fly Mojo - 9.9/10 condition - practically brand new with very little play time
If you've heard that Parkers are unlike any other guitars on the market, you've heard correctly, and if you've heard that they're amongst the best playing guitars on the market, I'd have to say you heard correctly on that one as well. Nothing (note: NOTHING) feels like the carbon/fiber glass fretboard and stainless steel fret combination - that combo makes for the smoothest playing experience, hands down.
Aside from the playability that's present on all of the USA Parkers, this particular model is the only one with both a Mahogany body and neck. The result is an incredibly clear, punchy, distinct, and pleasant tone. For a while now, I've been stuck on PRS for their amazing clarity and punchiness. Parker has taken the cake now, however.
The pickups are Seymour Duncans - a JB in the bridge (which is one of my favorite pickups if placed in the right guitar.. this is the right guitar) and a Jazz in the neck. The Jazz sounds excellent for lead lines, but the real magic happens when you blend the piezo signal with it on a clean setting. There is absolutely nothing else that sounds like that. I wish I had sound clips, because the guitar would sell itself in that case. On its own, the piezo makes this sound like a real acoustic. Never in my life would I have guessed that a 5 pound guitar could carry so much tone with it. These guitars are truly amazing.
Another perk is the fret access - every single fret can be played with absolute ease by even the smallest hands. The body shape and headstock actually looks much better in person (even though I think it already looks great in pictures), and is perfectly ergonomical when standing/in a live setting. Sitting down with the guitar can be a bit of a pain for some people, but this was meant to be a professional, performance oriented guitar.
Hardshell case and case candy
Mount Pleasant, PA
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$2200 if I had to sell it, but I'm looking to trade it. I'm open to all sorts of things - guitars mostly, possibly amps, keyboards, other things. I would love to swap this for a really nice Suhr, Anderson or something like that, but I like everything so don't be shy.