This is the actual guitar that was featured at NAMM 2012. Electric & Acoustic Sounds Out of the Same Guitar. And now the Parker Fly Mojo has been equipped with the GraphTech Ghost Midi Hexpander System and electronics which this guitar is equipped with. The Hexpander adds MIDI capability to this Parker Fly Mojo so you can plug your guitar into pitch-to-MIDI converters by Roland and Axon. The principle behind the ghost® Hexpander MIDI Interface System is simple but the results are truly amazing modular hexaphonic pickup system featuring unparalleled tracking. The Hexpander MIDI Interface features a proprietary harmonic damping system that results in tracking unequalled by any other system on the market today. It provides responsive and accurate triggering, no more dead spots, and no need to slow down your playing so that your system can keep up! Low latency design perfectly complements todays state of the art pitch-to-MIDI converters. Operates with the latest MIDI converters and Virtual Guitar systems: Roland GR55, VG99, StringPort, as well as legacy units like Roland GR33, GI-20, and V Bass, Axon AX-50, AX-100, Yamaha G50, and many more. And the Hexpander does not require a battery, because it gets power from the MIDI converter.
So still, there can be only one!!! The Parker Guitar. Yes, the Parker Guitar might be one of the weirdest looking guitars made. But it is like no other. This guitar is beautiful and amazing. The Parker lays perfectly in your hand. The neck shape swells into the body to allow access to every note. The frets and fingerboard have to be experienced to be believed. Each note plays with a smooth consistency. The usual problems with unevenness, dead spots, and funny notes are gone. The guitar is perfectly balanced whether you are sitting or standing and is lightweight too. All this and acoustic sounds and Midi capabilities out of the same guitar.
The Fly Mojo Flame has a AAA Flame Maple Top over a carved Mahogany body and Mahogany neck with a Parker custom-cast aluminum vibrato bridge, and stainless steel saddles. The Fly Mojo Flame comes equipped with a Seymour Duncan Jazz Pick up in the (Neck) and a JB in the (Bridge). It comes with a 3 - position pick up selection with a push/pull coil tap & the GraphTech Ghost Midi Hexpander System.
The Fly Mojo Flame also has a stereo doubled voltage pre-amp.Parker Fly Mojo Flame Transparent Blue Burst Midi Electric Guitar Specs:
Fly Mojo Flame
Tones/Sounds: Thick, warm and heavy sounds
Wood: Mahogany with AAA Flame Maple face
Construction: Solid one piece
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
Neck Design: Solid one piece with carbon-glass-epoxy reinforcement
Neck-Body Joint: Reinforced carved multiple finger joint
Number of Frets: 24 Frets
Fret Material: Hardened stainless steel
Fret Size: .045" high, .095" wide
Fret Board: Carbon-Glass-Epoxy .020" composite
Fretboard Shape: 10"-13" conical form
Neck Shape: Width: wide Thickness: reg.
Nut Width: 1.68"
String Spacing: Bridge: 2.14" Nut: 1.43"
Truss Rod: Dual function truss rod
Tuners: Sperzel® locking
Mag. Pickups: Seymour Duncan Jazz (neck) and JB (bridge)
Mag. Config: Number: 2 Config: HH
Mag. PU Select: 3 way with push/pull coil tap
Piezo System: Graph Tech ghost® piezo saddles
PreAmp/Mixer: Acousti-phonic Modular Pre-amp
Other Controls: Mag volume, Mag tone /w push-pull coil tap, Stacked Midi & Piezo volume, Mag/Piezo 3 way selector, Momentary Toggle Up/Down Program Selector Toggle Switch.
Output: Split stereo or summed mono; "Smart Switching" jack
Midi: 13 Pin Midi Connection
Weight: 5 pounds
Strings: D'Addario EXL 120, .009" - .042"
Other Features: N/A
Case/Bag: Parker Fly custom hard case