#1
Now i need some opinions from people who know what they are talking about so i came here. A friend of mine won a squier strat, probably an affinity, signed by george thorogood. Now someone told her that if he dies that it will be worth $200,000 and i just broke out laughin becuase that sounds like way to much for a crappy guitar and signed by a artist who isnt even that big. anyone got any thoughts of how much it is worth now, and after he dies, please post. thanks
#5
If the artist isn't that big but has a group of insanely loyal fans who will bid their left toes, liver, and heart for it, it'll be worth a lot if auctioned off in the right place.
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#6
he's quite famous, and it'd worth the most in the immediate days after his death. Having said that i haven't a fucking clue what a fairly shit guitar signed by a fairly famous man would fetch.
#7
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It's worth whatever someone is willing to pay for it. Value is subjective.


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