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You can't really see it, but my Casino is signed by the members of Reverend Horton Heat, prior to 2006.

 

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There are three, the only one that is really still visible is Jim, "The Rev," on the lower horn. Jimbo, the bass player, is above the knobs, and nearly gone, and Scott, the former drummer, is gone. I don't even remember where it was.

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You can't really see it' date=' but my Casino is signed by the members of Reverend Horton Heat, prior to 2006.[/quote']

 

Nice! cool guitar to have signed too. Now that I'm looking at this, I probably shouldn't have put this in Electric Guitars forum (since I posted an acoustic - duh) sorry mods, might make more sense to move this to the lounge . . . =D>

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Here's my signed John Lee Hooker 1998 commemorative Sheraton II, number 16/50. The series was made to note the 50th anniversary of his first commercial recording hit, "Boogie Chillun". Now, I'm not an autograph seeker; all of these were "signed" by John Lee on the inside tag. But this same instrument was loaned to Kevin Moore (Keb' Mo') by me for an afternoon jam one day and he liked it so much he bought one and put it in his arsenal. Looks like I need to take some better pics. sorry.

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My Applause electric/acoustic has the previous owners first name on the back of the headstock. Thats the closest thing I have to a signed guitar.

Wait, my Gibby LP Special has Les Paul on the front of the headstock. Does that count? LOL!

Just messing around. I don't have any gear signed by any cool bands.

 

I am friends with Chad from Halfway 2 Hazard. We went to high school together and we played together a few times in school. He's a really good guy. I'm glad for all the success he is having right now, he deserves it!

Oh yeah I met the singer and guitarist for Seven Mary Three in Lexington at A1A after one of their shows. I also met Kid Rcok at a Nashville Predators game. He was there cheering for the Detroit Red Wings. They were all really nice and seemed pretty humble to me. They weren't rude at all!

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