I am considering purchaing the following signed U2 guitar, but have some reservations. What do you guys think?


I know Mullins doesn't really like to sign group items and Bono is actually one of the "easier" signatures to acquire.


The LOA is from attic bargains in georgia (never heard of them).




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In my opinion the autographs on that U2 guitar are not correct and in fact, look like they were all signed by the same person.

Hi Larry.  I would say those signatures are so far off what our in-person autographs look like that I'd be amazed if anyone here recommends that purchase.  I'd also advise I'd be surprised if you found a U2 AUTHENTIC autographed guitar for under several thousand dollars.  A recent auction brought $3,000 for simply a signed album.


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Thanks for the fast replies!! I didn't think the "B'' or the ending "O" looked correct in Bono. I also had some problems with the "Edge" signature. The only one that looked even somewhat good was the Mullins and it was smudged.


Anyone ever hear of "Attic bargains"?


I think we can put this one to rest.


Larry, this one is undoubtedly fake.  I'm sure Roger will concur that this forgery wasn't even a competent attempt.

I always like to refer U2 fans to this website when they are looking to make a purchase, at least as a starting point.  Genuine examples have been submitted by fans through the years.

U2 Autographs

Thanks Richard !! I'll direct the seller to that site.



I only have one word for this: Garbage!



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