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Black Rebel Motorcycle Club have guitars stolen
Several high-quality electric and bass guitars belonging to rock band Black Rebel Motorcycle Club have been stolen.
Thieves also took a 1968 Ampeg Scrolltop Fretless Bass and a 1968 Gretsch Country Gentleman Single Cutaway.
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club made an emotional appeal on their website for the items to be returned.
"These items were extremely personal and the band, Michael, crew and management are devastated over this brazen act," they said in a statement.
The band have recently announced a UK tour to promote their upcoming new album, Beat the Devil's Tattoo, and will be appearing at venues in cities including Glasgow, Newcastle, Manchester and London during April.Posted on 2 Feb 2010 11:21 to category : Instruments News
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