GEORGE LYNCH: 'Stolen' Mr. Graffitti Guitar Surfaces On eBay

Legendary guitarist George Lynch (DOKKEN, LYNCH MOB) has released the following message:

"The guitar I called 'Mr. Graffitti' was lost due to mysterious circumstances that involved some kind of theft. I have searched for this guitar and considered it a lost cause for the years since it has been gone. I was alerted to the sudden appearance of this guitar on eBay last night [Feb. 11] and after reading the ad for it, it is up for sale under equally suspicious circumstances, claiming it is up for auction by an anonymous third party.

"I am in the process of involving law enforcement in getting it back. I saw the audacity and nerve of the seller's opening bid being at $6000.00 without any regard to how public this is and will be. What I am asking any of you who might be aware of who this is to please come forward with any information. It would be deeply appreciated."

To view the auction in question, click here.

George Lynch can be contacted via his web site, www.georgelynch.com.

(Thanks: Dave Davis)

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