£35? this guy paid way too much...

Discussion in 'Stratocaster Discussion Forum' started by JimiisGod, May 5, 2018.

  1. shovelmike

    shovelmike Senior Stratmaster

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    A very interesting story, and good to see that the guitar will serve to raise money for the intended charity.
     
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    Bob the builder Most Honored Senior Member

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    What a great yet truely saddening charity. Hope they get a million
     
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    Rufustelestrat Senior Stratmaster

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    I am super happy for the Rainbow charity.
    Yes and I also feel bad for the guitar that was defaced. I prefer that they do the Autograph to a photo or album or poster, rather than a musical instrument. The signatures can wear off, or smudge and no one really will be able to play it. Unless you are Susan Tadeschii
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    Hardly in the same carergory as smashing a guitar on stage? I reckon it’s a brilliant way of raising money and doesn’t stop the guitar from being played if the owner wishes. Not sure how lacquer would affect the signatures but I’d be tempted to cover the front with the clear film used to cover books.