Two of Emil's PRSi have been stolen!

jfb

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Emil has mentioned his Charcoal Cherry Burst was quite special. I really hope he sees this returned some how.
 

BobbyD

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I hope that they recover everything soon. I'm sure it's heartbreaking to lose gear that you've put so much time and energy into.

Best of luck to the whole band.
 

themike

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Emil has mentioned his Charcoal Cherry Burst was quite special. I really hope he sees this returned some how.

Its more special for personal reasons - but the guitar itself, although being a Modern Eagle, contained no truss rod, had red coral inlays and was built using absolutley killer sinker mahogany which made it unique. The pickups were 250s. Definitely a hard loss to swallow but hopefully something turns up soon.

Here is the last photo I took of her - Ill pull up some more with serial numbers and profile shots when I get to my harddrive:

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jfb

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Its more special for reasons other than its construction - but the guitar itself, although being a Modern Eagle, contained no truss rod, had red coral inlays and was built using absolutley killer sinker mahogany which made it unique. The pickups were 250s. Definitely a hard loss to swallow but hopefully something turns up soon.

Here is the last photo I took of her - Ill pull up some more with serial numbers and profile shots when I get to my harddrive:

1170864_625600657471897_1255562475_n.jpg

No truss rod huh... Graphite rod instead?

Great top.
 

Chris528

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This really sucks!! Reminds me of when Chevelle got all their gear stolen including several PRS. If I remember correctly their gear was recovered.
 

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I read Emil's post. Such a shame things went the way they did, but I am beyond stoked that he got his axes back.

Here's to the good guys.
 

alantig

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Very happy for Emil getting his stuff back, though upset that he had to go through it at all.

Thumbs up to the good guys involved!
 

John Beef

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I'm happy for him!

But I also hope he learns his lesson and keeps his guitars in his hotel room (or wherever he is staying) instead of leaving them in the vehicle. It's a serious pain in the rear. You've driven 10 hours and played two sets and it's 2:00 am and you have to get up at 7:00 am to start driving again, and you don't want to touch the gear. Man up and bring your guitar inside anyway. There's only one unique thing in your signal chain - your guitar. Everything else can be replaced.
 
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