#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
#3
I would imagine, at best the signature adds a couple hundred $USD to the value of this low end guitar. After he dies it might add another hundred or two at most.

End of the day, its slightly more valuable than his sig on a napkin cuz the guitar is crap.
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#4
Quote by Dazzl1113

End of the day, its slightly more valuable than his sig on a napkin cuz the guitar is crap.


+1
#5
To be honest, unless her parting comment was "I'm gonna get me shotgun!", I wouldn't worry about it.
Oh, now I've gone and spilled my tea. This really won't do at all.