"Hey rich and Anthony first time on this site and enjoyed reading all of your comments of both support and disgust with the edge autograph. U2 usually always stays at the same hotel in Chicago and that's pretty much the only place to get them.…"
"That E is off compared to authentic examples. I bet Edge does sign with that circle E here and there . Where would the example come from . This looks like a attempt at a probably authentic version of a band singed u2 piece."
"I have, but I don't have a great history documented. It is something I would see on occasion, but it was always a part of an obvious forgery. I posted at least one blatant forgery (on sheet music, I believe) that included the…"
"Rich, you stated "EVERY time I've ever seen an Edge in this style (the stupid E with a circle around it), it's a forgery - usually from an especially dumb forger". Have you seen other dealers selling this version of his…"
"Your right on point on the Income thing. Everyone is getting more and more sloppy with there autographs. I think the celebrities are realizing they can scribble anything on a piece of paper and people will be happy with it . I think most in person…"
"I still feel like, whatever happened here, the seller should have considered "Should I sell this?" Again, it's one thing to sell a less ideal or even rushed example, but I think it's particularly unwise to sell something…"
"Another thing 20,000 isn't hard to obtain if all you do is graph for a living. Everyone is working crews now. This year at comic con I got 340things signed . At the Tca's I got over 200 . They aren't OMG huge names. But they are all…"
"Pete Townshend and Steven Tyler use to refuse to sign any instruments, both can be tough autographs to obtain . Both on the last tour where signing anything put in front of them , I got Tyler on 10 pick guards and 7 drumheads all at once ,…"
"I feel exactly the opposite - more forgers would be inclined to try to get away with a "rushed" example. I would think this would be easier to pull off - fewer letters, fewer opportunities for mistakes.
If Edge hates signing guitars,…"