Angus Young Autographed AC/DC Airbrushed Signed Guitar . Signature and artwork may vary slightly. Approximate turn around time for this custom painted guitar is 3 weeks.Stunning and mesmerizing are just a couple of words that will come to mind as you view this incredible autographed guitar in person. This guitar features 1 of a kind custom hand airbrushed artwork that will simply knock you off your feet when viewed in person. No digital imagery can do this rare work of art justice. The shimmering pearls, the lifelike details, and of course the HAND SIGNED authentic in person autograph which adorns this masterpiece which is real and not airbrushed of course. Because we work full time 7 days a week you can expect p rompt shipping worldwide. Overnight and other shipping upgrade options are available. GUITAR SPECS:- Brand new full size fully functional Fender Stat Squier electric guitar.- Hand airbrushed featuring a 1 of a kind custom airbrushed work of art.- The guitar has been clear coated with a finishing clear gloss to ensure this lasts you a lifetime!Authenticity Features:- A Certificate Of Authenticity COA will be included from UACC Registered Dealer #237 & 2011 UACC Autograph Dealer Of the Year documenting the autograph(s) shown is/are authentic and hand signed original.- A hand signed Lifetime Guarantee Of Authenticity is included.- A photo taken at the time of signing for us is also included. - The date and location that this was signed is documented and will be provided upon request. Having documentation from a UACC Registered Dealer is the best in the industry. Membership of the UACC Registered Dealer program is exclusive to those who have proven themselves for having sold real in-person authentic autographs and each member's items is policed to ensure authenticity. Each Registered Dealer is bound to follow a strict Code Of Ethics. Add that to the fac
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