NiteFly Series

NiteFly Series

Electric Guitars

Parker

Parker Guitars three new NiteFly models are crafted from specially selected tonewoods never before offered in the NiteFly line. The NFV5 and NFV6 feature an ash body with a mahogany neck, and the NFV8 has a mahogany body and neck. The new NiteFlys feature a 22 fret, 25 1/2-inch scale TurboTone neck with an ultra-thin layer of high-modulus carbon and glass fiber reinforcement. The fingerboard is made of a similar composite. In addition, all three instruments feature locking Sperzel tuning machines and jumbo spring-tempered, stainless steel frets. They also have a free-floating, spring vibrato system utilizing a premium steel and high-strength aluminum bridge.

Custom designed DiMarzio pickups are mounted on the pickguard of each new NiteFly. Additionally, an active Fishman passive-piezo transducer system mounted in the bridge enables the NiteFly to produce rich acoustic guitar tones. The NiteMix active circuit contained in all three models allows the two signals to be split and sent to separate amps, or summed and played through a single amp. The NiteFly NFV5 is available in Sunburst, Transparent Red, Black and Transparent Blue and has a suggested retail price of $1399.00. The NiteFly NFV6 is available in Transparent Red and Transparent Blue and has a suggested retail price of $1449.00. The NiteFly NFV8 is available in Sunburst, Transparent Red, and Black and has a suggested retail price of $1449.00. All instruments come with a custom designed soft case.

Parker Guitars, Distributed by Korg, USA, 316 South Service Rd, Melville, NY 11747

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