Monday, December 19, 2011

Help Some Local Musicians Get Their Stuff Back

Posted By on Mon, Dec 19, 2011 at 10:00 AM

Keep an eye out, Tucsonans, and help some of Tucson's best musicians retrieve their instruments from the hands of thieves.

From Gabriel Sulllivan's Facebook page:

My van was broken into Saturday night on 15th st. between 6th ave and Stone. My guitar, Brian Lopez's guitar, and Geoffrey Hidalgo's bass were stolen. They were....

-Airline Town & Country DLX electric guitar. Tan color with black pickguards and a lot of tone/volume knobs.

-Gibson Les Paul Standard electric guitar. Cherry sunburst finish. There is a crack in the back of the headstock and green glow paint stained on the back of the guitar.

-Fender Precision electric bass. Black with black pickguard.

So. uh. Yeah. Keep an eye out.

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