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Topic - Benjamin Hardy
Police in Vermont say a stolen 1972 Fender Telecaster electric guitar autographed by members of Pearl Jam for a teenager with a brain tumor has been recovered _ but the signatures are gone.
A Vermont man is seeking the return of a 1972 Fender Telecaster electric guitar that his late brother received during a 1991 trip to Seattle arranged through the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Ben Hardy said his ailing brother Josh received the guitar autographed by members of Pearl Jam in 1991 in Seattle.
Ben Hardy says his brother Josh was 17 when he hung out with Nirvana, jammed with the Posies and received the guitar that had been autographed by Pearl Jam.