Unfortunately, Mark will no longer be signing guitars, scratch plates or any other musical instruments. This is a direct result of those people who are not fans, taking the autograph and using it to make money by selling it on Ebay, through autograph companies or privately to fans. The above image is one example – the seller has even gone to the trouble of removing the Squier wording and replaced it with a Fender transfer in order to try and increase the price.
There are also various other unauthorised and unofficial items with fake signatures listed for sale on line, such as lyric sheets, posters, photographs, albums etc. As always, we advise you approach such listings with caution.
Thanks for your assistance and co-operation.