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Discussion in 'Stratocaster Discussion Forum' started by nancywolk, Sep 11, 2017.
Autographed by Jimmy Page - MINT condition - hasn't been touched in 25 years!
It should have a mint green guard not white. Can you show more pics of the entire guitar?
IMO Jimmy Page's signature adds no value.
Why is that?
sure - I hope this helps - please see attached
Maybe I'm wrong, perhaps they used white plastic guards at the time, the ones I've seen from different time periods all had mint green as a recall. Not an expert on avri guitars. Good luck!
Do you have proof that it's Jimmy's signature? Otherwise it's just a guitar someone's scribbled on and therefore worth less than one without scribble.
If the guarantee card is legit then it's a Fullerton av, the plastics would be white. Mine is still stark white (1986 model)
Did you know that the strings go into those holes on top of the tuners? Hope I dont offend anyone by asking, since it doesnt help answer the posters question.
Yeah if the card is right and everything orignal with case $2500-2800 I would think. If it has red or grey bottom pickups and little more.
Yes it looks to be a Reissue from Fullerton California.Nice strat it is imo worth 4-5k USD's because it is mintish.
And if the signature works out maybe more.
Why would it? He wasn't known for playing a Strat.
As noted without proof it's just a scribble, and with proof it might still just be a scribble. I've got a signed Nirvana poster here, with COA. Look closely at the poster, and it's got a copyright date 2 years after Kurt died. My gullible sister bought it on vacation.
I will risk this just because that is who I am. Nope not worth anything unless you have the COA, provenance or documentation of the prior owners and can trace it back to the purchase and the signature. Even then, its not one he played either in concert, or a type of instrument he was famous for playing. IMnotsoHO the signature is a blemish on what otherwise could be assumed to be a mint, original AVRI 62. Thus it leads me to conclude it lowers not raises the perceived value.
This all being said, it is worth what someone will give you, and what ever sentimental value you attach to it.
Otherwise it is a beautiful guitar.
Where do you get 4-5K? I've never seen an AVRI go for that kind of money.
One anomalistic sale does not a trend make.
They are starting to get up there though.
The first two have no pricing.
The third is a Corona and the fourth[the price has dropped on his one] i may buy this strat it has a non original pot.
The ones you have shown are not mint.
Imo a mint Fullerton Strat is worth 4-5 k and some may say more or less.
Mint = no wear not played.I know it is subjective.
The first two are 3K.
The one you showed was not mint either.
Anything is worth what someone is willing to pay for it. I'm definitely not willing to pay that much for an AVRI.
That signature looks really fake.