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Machine Head's Robb Flynn Gets Stolen Dimebag Guitar Back

05/27/2016
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(Classic Rock) Machine Head frontman Robb Flynn has been reunited with a precious guitar gifted to him by Dimebag Darrell - six years after it was stolen from his home.

Flynn was given the Washburn Dimebolt guitar by the Pantera guitarist onstage at the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago in 1997. But it was stolen, along with three other guitars, during a break-in at Flynn's home and he's been on a quest to get it back ever since.

His prayers were answered when Holly Cherry found the Dimebag guitar - along with an Epiphone prototype that was also stolen - in a storage until that she won via an online auction for just $10.

Flynn says: "I was pretty devastated when it gone stolen from my house when it got robbed six years ago. Thank you so much. This came back to me. Dime's looking out, somehow."

Ms Cherry explains that she had no idea how significant the find was, until a friend noticed Flynn's name written on the neck of the Epiphone. Read more here.

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