So a few years ago I bought a '74 Martin D-35. I paid $1500. Not bad, all things considered. It needed the bridge to be pulled, filled, and moved a few millimeters. Also needed a neck reset. All good. Wonderful tone. Great aged finish, just how a guitar should sound. (to me, it sounds like snappy butter. You can tell I'm real technical). So, in my infinite wisdom, I had it signed by Doc Watson. And then, in another fit of wisdom, I had it signed by Peter Rowan. Actually, Tony Rice was supposed to sign it but he walked away while Peter Rowan took his time chewing his bread and drinking his wine. So here I have this '74 Martin D-35, that is in excellent (repaired) condition signed by Doc Watson and Peter Rowan. In your opinions (I know, it's just opinions) did I do a real injustice to the value of the instrument by getting it signed?