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STOLEN PALLET OF CUSTOM GIBSON GUITARS
11/5/20

Gibson Guitars and Adam Jones of Tool recently kicked off a multi-year partnership and collaboration on 10/27 with the new Adam Jones 1979 Les Paul Custom guitar, a limited-edition guitar from Gibson Custom Shop Murphy Lab.

On 10/30, however, a pallet of these new custom Silverburst signed guitars was stolen from a truck stop in the Flying J Travel Center in Whiteland, IN. The truck was en route to Fort Wayne, IN, the headquarters of supplier Sweetwater Sound.

“Somehow out of a truck full of guitars, this ONE pallet was singled out and stolen at a truck stop. Totaling close to $95,000 in guitars, we feel this person/s knew exactly what to look for and when,” shared Sweetwater Chief Supply Chain and Merchandising Officer Phil Rich.

“We have decided to publish the serial numbers of the 13 stolen guitars and are appealing to all of Gibson’s fans to keep an eye out for them and let us know if they surface,” added Cesar Gueikian of Gibson.

“We hope Gibson and Sweetwater’s tight-knit community of guitarists will be able to help us recover the stolen items and that the people responsible for the theft are caught,” said David Fuhr, SVP of The Sweetwater Experience.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Kenny Polley of the Whiteland Police Department here or by calling (317) 535-8100.

The affected serial numbers can be seen below.