Fait Accompli guitars stolen

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It’s happened again! Another band have had their guitars. Early Sunday Morning Bradley Fitter and Raymond Lalotoa from, Fait Accompli had their guitars stolen. We want your help to find them.

The guitars in question (pictured above) are a sunburst Fender Starcaster reissue that was in a softcase and a white (aged to kinda a yellow) Fender P-Bass with a black pick guard with a “666” sticker. The bass is a very unique guitar due to it having a neck from a Fender Jaguar Bass on it. Bradley told Newcastle Live that the guitar was in “pretty new condition” and that “The bass is beat to Hell and has paint and wood chipped out of it”.

“We got to the venue at 8am to find the doors on Denison St wide open” Bradley told us.

“There was a homeless guy there that said he’d been there since 7am and the doors were already open. I spoke to a couple more people that were in the area and they said they seen a guy in his 50’s with a white beard carrying a guitar in a soft case at about 6:30am near the park around Marketown. Apparently he said he was taking his guitar home and then going back to get his other one.”

The band were playing the Cambridge in promotion of their single  “Born Free” (cover of the MIA song).

Anyone with information should contact Newcastle Police.

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