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Author Topic: David Evans' Guitar Stolen  (Read 1159 times)

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Offline uncle bud

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David Evans' Guitar Stolen
« on: August 24, 2008, 06:20:05 PM »
This message appeared elsewhere in cyberspace. Posting it in case any EuroWeenies can be of assistance...

Hello all

We were warned two days ago that David Evans' guitar had been stolen in La
Ch?ze (France), and we are doing our best to warn everyone likely to hear
about it, musicians and everyone in touch with second-hand retailers. I
doubt the instrument will leave Europe, but I think it would be a mistake to
assume it will remain in France so I guess neither Bert nor anyone here will
mind if I provide some details, in case it re-appeared some way or other -
this is all the more important that this Gibson has a considerable
sentimental value for David Evans, who inherited it from his father.

The best photo we could find until now is here :
http://tinyurl.com/69ofz6

Here are the details provided by David himself

serial # 821782
Gibson hollow-body electro acoustic guitar, dark brown body, white
border, red sunburst front red plastic pick guard
Cutaway neck coming to a point
One pickup (near end of neck), volume and tone buttons
moveable bridge
"retro" style string holder
(the bigsby handle seen in some photographs has been removed)
scratches on back ok neck behind the nut
Red-brown alvarez case
Boss electric tuner (white metal)
pre-amp (grey plastic)

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