Item Description
This guitar is a brand new Gibson style guitar hand signed in
person by Roger Waters of Pink Floyd! Roger Waters signed this
guitar for us on November 14, 2008 at the Billy Elliott Broadway
play premier in NY, NY at 10:45pm. Comes with video proof of him
signing this exact guitar! The guitar features all the logos and
decals found on an authentic Gibson guitar. I challenge you to find
a better Roger Waters autographed item out there! This is simply
amazing. Can you put a price on piece of mind? That's exactly what
you are getting when you purchase autographs here and this time it
comes to you in the form of VIDEO PROOF. This guitar is being sold
to you and the video footage we shot of him signing this guitar
will also be included FREE. Please note, we can supply this video
proof in any format you like, even 3gp where you can play it on
your cell phone, psp, pda, etc. Just for a clear understanding of
just how incredible this is, less than 1% of all autographs sold in
the world are accompanied by photo proof (a photo of the musician
signing the exact item), now imagine just how rare exact video
proof is? When is the last time you even saw a video like this to
accompany such an incredible item and have it being shown while the
signing took place. This is 2 nd only to being there and this video
footage makes this item worth double all the rest. There is never a
question to the authenticity and always will be a demand for this
item because no one in the world will doubt the authenticity.
That's as good as it gets! CLICK HERE TO VIEW THIS GUITAR BEING
SIGNED!!!! Item is certified authentic from Autograph Pros, LLC.
This item has also been examined and certified authentic by PSA/DNA
and features their tamper resistant PSA/DNA sticker with unique #
which can be looked up on their website for confirmation. PSA/DNA
is the world's leading third party autograph authenticator. This
item has undergone their full thorough examination and was deemed
hand signed and authentic. It was then marked with a dna strand,
invisible to the naked eye but can be viewed using a specially
calibrated infrared laser..