Dragon prices?

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  1. FunkyFreeman

    FunkyFreeman New Member

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    Hi everyone. I'm gathering info on PRS Dragons to put in my blog. After days of research it's almost done now, except for some missing pieces of puzzle.

    First, I can't find the MSRP of the Dragon II; I googled and read through for more than 4-5 pages, but surprisingly I couldn't find the answer. Can anyone recall your 25 year long memory for me, please?;)

    And I made a list of MSRP of all Dragon guitars as following. Anyone can recheck it?
    • Dragon I ('92) = $8000
    • Dragon II ('93) = $?????
    • Dragon III ('94) = $16,000
    • Dragon 2000 = $20,000
    • Dragon 2002 = $30,000
    • Dragon 20th ('05) = $40,000
    • Dragon 25th ('10) = $20,000
    • Dragon 30th ('15) = $20,000
    Oh, and if you have any thoughts about interesting facts with Dragons, please share it. I'm all ears to hear!
    Thanks everyone:D:D
     
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    FunkyFreeman New Member

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    By the way I hereby would love to thank Shawn for answering me lots of questions recently! I think he deserves some rest so I'm asking PRS Forum members instead.:p:p:p
     
  3. RedGuitars

    RedGuitars New Member

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    I’d like to know how many were built with a tremolo. I’ve only seen one Dragon III Trem, and one Rosewood Limited Trem.
     
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    Oh really? I never seen III with trem before. But seen pup selector and pup cover variations on Dragon I and II sometimes.
     
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    I’m not 100% sure if it was a II or a III.
     

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