Gibson Epiphone

Got a question, Dont know much about Gutiars and I searching for some info,What i have is a Gibson Epiphone Guitar new in a hard case that was won at Buddy Guys Blues club in Chicago and it is signed and dated by Buddy, What i would like to know is what kind of Value this particular Guitar might have if put on the market for sale?

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Would need much more info that that!

What model is it? Is there a serial number on it?

How about a photo?

I think the guy thinks the signature is worth more than the guitar.
Buddy is one hell of a guitar player but i dont think his signature is going to enhance a guitars value by that much.
Especially a guitar he is not associated with, doesnt he use a Strat with white polka dots on it??

Yes, the black strat with whit polka dots is his famous guitar. I think he also has a white one with black polka dots.

I'm getting bored of these one-post "I have a guitar and what is it worth?" types. Yes, that's correct. A thread can be posted that shuts me up from commenting :shock:

Basically it means, I won this guitar in a competition and want to make a quick buck selling it.

glw wrote:
Yes, the black strat with whit polka dots is his famous guitar. I think he also has a white one with black polka dots.

Nothing like a bit of variation..

At least an Epiphone is fairly decent for a signed guitar. Fleeb is full of authentic-signed guitars with big prices but the guitars are the cheapest of the cheap. My favourite was an SX bass signed by - Manhattan Transfer! :lol: "Rat-a-tat-a-tat" indeed.

Buddy's the only one left so it does have value as a signed piece but how many must he have done in the average week? An authentic signed T-shirt didn't fetch $21, surprisingly, so I'd guess at standard going rate for an Epi.

I would have loved to win a free axe-and yes according to the brand new Fender 2006 catalogue--He plays a strat-in fact the have two diffent colors of HIs signed editions available-wonder what the model on the EPI is--some of their higher end units are pretty fine guitars.

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