I get it and think signed guitars are cool - so long as they are signed on the back of the headstock - another else makes it unplayable & renders it as ridiculous as a broken/unplayable instrument.Wichita77 wrote: ↑Mon Nov 09, 2020 1:19 pmI don't know that anyone would buy one of these as a "valuable/collectible". There is obviously no shortage of them, and I don't think that anyone is thinking they'll make anything off of one of these some day, especially with so many available. Supply clearly exceeds demand.
Anyone who gets one of these is buying it for what it represents to them. Same with the sword and the Ultimate VIP experience... these are premium / expensive items for the fans who can afford to treat themselves to them. For the person who wished they were the one who caught the guitar at the first show they went to, it might make a great centerpiece to their KISS collection.
It's not really worth the money to me, but then again the $500 I paid for Ace to sign my Les Paul might not be worth it to someone else. Still, I can't hold back the smile whenever I see that guitar on the stand.
That makes it worth every penny.
G&P prey on those fans that “must have it all”