The 10-foot-tall fiberglass Gibson guitar that was is repaired and back at its home outside the Waukesha County Museum, according to a news release from Norm Bruce.
Steve Kassens, a member of the Business Improvement District Board of Directors, arranged for the guitar to be repaired and touched up the guitar with paint.
“Thanks to the quick response the guitar is back for all those people who wanted to view the walking tour this last weekend,” Bruce said in the news release.
The guitar was ripped off its stand and laying on the ground in front of the on July 16 at 1:40 a.m. The city garage took the guitar so it can be fixed, according to the police department’s call log.