What makes it super?
Parker has been breaking the traditional guitar mould since 1993, with the original Fly incorporating a radical shape and construction method and a piezo saddle bridge as standard to add pseudo-acoustic sounds; effectively a ‘two-voice’ instrument and one of the first to stake a claim to super guitar status. The Fly Mojo MIDI adds synth access, and thus a third voice.
The Roland GK-KIT-GT3 Divided Pickup allows for full integration with the Roland V-Guitar system, the GR-20 synth, or anything else that can take the 13-pin signal. It means you can access the modelled guitar and amp sounds and altered tunings found in the VG-99 plus the sounds of any synths or samplers connected via MIDI. In the right hands, its potential is limitless.
FULL REVIEW:Parker Fly Mojo MIDI electric guitar