2009 PRS Modern Eagle II Faded Blue Jean. Gloss nitro finish, wide-fat neck, 25" scale length, Dalbergia rosewood neck, upgraded to PRS "M" humbucker pickups (PRS M pickups incorporate ceramic magnets, full, crystalline cleans, deliciously fat, snarling, aggressive tone with crisp note articulation). Guitar is in 9/10 as very good condition, has some little dings and scratches, but looks clean, and it has no visible fret wear, detail in the pictures.

Come with original PRS Paisley hard case and COA.

We can write an invoice with a low value if necessary.


About Us :

We can ship the goods overseas. Founded in 2007, located in Taipei, Taiwan. We offer the brand-new, secondhand and high-quality guitars and we’ve had lots of experience of selling overseas throughout the years. Therefore, it made us become the most reliable and trustable sellers in Taiwan, America, Europe, Japan and Hong Kong by the professional and excellent service. The orders will be carefully taken care of to make customers satisfied. Please place an order without worries with us.

Ship via EMS or S.F. Express. The insurance is included in the shipping fee, we shipping order within 2-3 work days when buyer payment.We accept the bank wire, or Paypal as the payment method.Please note that the custom duty and VAT (value added tax) are not included at the price for some specific countries. The responsibility (custom duty and VAT) goes to the customer.

Ship worldwide excludes - Africa, Argentina, Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas), Guyana, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan

Listed6 years ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
Very Good items may show a few slight marks or scratches but are fully functional and in overall great shape.learn more
  • Modern Eagle II
  • 2009
Made In
  • United States

Guitar Shop Taiwan

Taipei, Taiwan
Joined Reverb:2015

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