pdalowsky wrote:I have ascertained that the guitar was signed outside of Studio X in Seattle in 2003.
It may also be worth mentioning that the band and EV were becoming hesitant on signing on the body of the guitar and either weren't signing guitars or only signing on the pickguard. The fact that this is signed on the body may make it more unique....
Interesting. Why is that? It would seem sigining on the pickguard would be less favorable to them. It's easy to take a pickguard around. But, you lug a guitar around? You deserve some props even if your plan is to "flip it." Seems if that's your plan, the pickguard is even easier to do. You don't even have to invest in a decent guitar.
So, back to my original question - what might be the logic behind being willing to sign pickguards, but not the actual body?
Either way, this is a great piece, and I'm shocked it hasn't sold, yet.
Sorry. The world doesn't work the way you tell it to.