2004 PRS Modern Eagle Faded Blue Jean Denim
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For your consideration, Garrett Park Guitars presents this 2004 PRS Modern Eagle Faded Blue Jean Denim.
PRS introduced the Modern Eagle in 2004. They met with instant success as they used a Brazilian Rosewood neck and fingerboard to produce a guitar with incredible feel and touch that also sounded simply amazing. One of the most popular colors was the faded Blue Jean, which was a finish that was double stained. The result was a finish that instantly conjures up an image of a faded pair of blue jeans, hence the name.
This guitar, serial number 4 90837, is likely one of the first of a batch these guitars that were shipped. This guitar was collector owned and was literally never played. It has the original suede case with the brass plate that is attached by grommets as well as all paperwork, a signed backplate and tags. This guitar is a collectors dream but it also sounds amazing!
From the PRS website...
MODERN EAGLE: 2004 - 2007. Carved highly figured maple top, mahogany back, Brazilian rosewood neck and fretboard, 10” radius, 22-fret, ripple abalone bird inlays, Brazilian Rosewood headstock overlay with inlaid Modern Eagle, a new grommet version of the PRS phase II locking tuners, ultra-thin satin nitro-cellulose finish on body with 8 special colors.
Serial Number: 4 90837
Condition: As new
Please call, chat, or email for more information... 410-571-9660.
New Condition : Just out of the box from the manufacturer, may include items purchased from another dealer (will be stated if so)
Mint Condition : when we say mint, we mean mint. No wear, like new out of the box, previously owned
|EC||Excellent Condition : Very clean, might have some minor wear, dings, scratches, or finish cracks, but otherwise very close to new condition.|
|VGC||Very Good Condition : Basically clean, might have some deeper scratches, pick wear or missing finish. Nothing real serious, no cracks, unless otherwise stated.|
Player Grade or Vintage Player- Indicates an instrument that may have a vintage or collectible pedigree that has some restoration or changed parts
Good Condition : Solid playing condition, may have one or more repaired cracks or other cosmetic flaws.
|FC||Fair Condition and PC = PoorCondition: Indicate that the instrument may have some problems, usually described.|
Other Common Abbreviations and Phrases We Use
|HSC||Hard Shell Case : Includes hard shell case.|
|OHSC||Original Hard Shell Case : Includes original hard shell case (usually vintage instruments).|
|SSC||Soft Shell Case : Includes soft-shell case.|
|SN||Serial Number : We include this whenever possible.|
|on hold||Transaction pending on this item|