Based on all the discussion/hype regarding signature guitars, a couple ideas regarding marketing ideas for "non-signature" guitars. I am wondering if any guitar company has done anything like this. This was based off a comment last week by Bobby D, who stated he bought a American Strat off the rack, and was gigging with it that evening. Basically, have a higher profile musician/guitarist use a standard "production" model guitar as the main guitar on the tour. Like the american standard strat. Travel with minimal guitars, and at every major city, have a meet and greet (or whatever) at the local music store in the morning/afternoon of the show. The guitarist picks out the guitar that he/she will play at the show that evening, right off the rack of available guitars in that brand/model. Then the tech has about two hours to get the guitar setup to the guitarists real preferences, action, etc. After the show, donate the signed/dated guitar to charity or whatever. It seems like a pretty cool idea to me, and would establish the production mondel guitar as a professional gigging instrument. I realize this may erode the value of signature guitars, so probably wouldn't be a good idea for perhaps fender. But maybe for G&L or something. Any other ideas like this?