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Stolen Lamb Of God Guitar Offered For Sale Online


05-11-2019
Lamb Of God

A few days after Lamb Of God were robbed at a Phoenix concert venue, someone offered Willie Adler's stolen "Warbird" guitar for sale on an online marketplace site.

The Warbird was one of two guitars stolen from the band at the Ak-Chin Pavilion in Phoenix and local police are reportedly investigating the attempted sale three days later of Adler's guitar on the OfferUp.com website, according to a local media report.

Adler took to social media following the theft to share the news with fans with the following post, "ATTENTION ALL...and particularly in the Phoenix area. My main beloved Warbird, along with @jayceerva one of kind hand painted bass; were stolen early Thursday morning from @akchin.pavilion in Phoenix.

"The pieces of sh*t that did this are suspected to be employed by @akchin.pavilion. local hands that were working Wednesday, our tour production day. Apparently, they waited around for all to leave, and made their way into the back of our semi to commit this felony. AGAIN..under the watch of @akchin.pavilion and their security. Karma is a f***in bitch..."


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