Parker Guitars® Four Seasons Limited Edition Series

March 21, 2008

The “Summer” Fly Mojo Flame and “Fall” Fly Mojo Flame are both made with a AAA Flame Maple cap, carved Mahogany body and neck and the “Spring” Fly Mojo and “Winter” Fly Mojo are crafted with a carved Mahogany body and neck.  The woods on the Four Seasons series and all of the Parker Fly models are space-age reinforced by a composite that’s thinner than the paint job. Each one has a fretboard system consisting of long-lasting, hardened stainless steel frets bonded to our patented glass/carbon-fiber fingerboard.  Parker’s engineers join every Fly Mojo guitar neck and body together by Parker’s patented multi-finger joint that contributes to the evenness of the sound and resists the inevitable warping that sends other guitars out of tune. This patented construction results in an amazingly responsive, lively, and incredibly stable guitar with even tonal response and feel. Featuring a Seymour Duncan® Jazz Pickup in the neck and JB in the bridge, these guitars deliver monster tone. Whether you’re a discerning guitarist or a collector, the Parker Guitars® Four Seasons Series is perfect for you









The “Summer” Fly Mojo Flame in Bubinga will retail for $4,999 and will be available Q1, the “Spring” Fly Mojo in Pearl White will retail for $4,499 and will be available Q2, the “Fall” Fly Mojo Flame in Olive Burl will retail for $4,999 and will be available Q3, and a “Winter” Fly Mojo in Chrome will retail for $5,999 and will be available Q4.

Parker Guitars is owned by US Music Corp., located just north of Chicago.  US Music Corp. is a uniquely positioned, fully integrated musical instrument company that manufactures and markets instruments, accessories and audio equipment for professionals, aspiring professionals, collectors, hobbyists and beginner musicians.  Also owned by US Music Corp. are Washburn Guitars, Randall Amplifiers, Eden Amplifiers, Oscar Schmidt and Vinci Strings.

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