Had 12 guitars taken from my house in south London yesterday while my wife and daughter were out. I'm working abroad just now but I have had the pleasure of watching the stinking wretch steal my gear on cctv that I installed. Looks like he knew what he was after. He didn't take much else apart from the daughters ipad and 3 leather jackets. Could anybody in the UK keep an eye out? A couple of them are the kind that don't come up too often. The list is. Gibson Custom Shop Aged '58 Explorer. Natural one piece Mahogany. Huge neck. Gibson Les Paul 1989 Standard Gold Top. With P90s and a ES295 style pickguard and Bigsby. Orville Les Paul Custom. With gold Bigsby. Gretsch 6120. A 6120-60 with silver Bigsby. Fender MIJ Jerry Donahue Telecaster. Double bound sunburst with maple neck. Swapped the pickguard from black to white. Rickenbacker 330/6 in Fireglo. Rickenbacker 360/12 in Jetglo. Fender Stratocaster '62 Hot Rod. Sunburst. Had it a month. Fender Stratocaster Classic Player. Sonic blue. Swapped the neck for an aged maple from Warmoth. Epiphone Firebird VII. Cardinal red. National Resophonic Duolian. Tobacco sunburst. Serial number 006 Fender MIM Telecaster. Lake Placid Blue. Has a Scottish flag on the pickguard like the one Stuart Braithwaite of Mogwai has. This was my brothers guitar. He was a big Mogwai fan. We lost him to cancer in 2012. All the other guitars are just things, but this one is much more than that. I'm gutted about this one. Naturally there will be "a drink" in it for any of good people that help these come home. Especially the LPB Tele. Thanks all.