Aaron Watson and his missing guitar have been reunited.

The Texas country singer boasted with joy about the recovered guitar on an Instagram post Tuesday (April 25) and concluded the news with a Bible verse. Now that's one happy country singer.

Watson, who released his Vaquero album in February, asked fans for help in finding his missing guitar in early April. He had believed that the custom-made guitar — which features Watson's logo, three crosses, Bible verses and a tobacco burst design — had been stolen from his tour bus after a show in New Mexico or while he was en route to Dallas. However, just a few weeks later, one of Watson's favorite instruments is rightfully back in his possession.

The full story of how Watson recovered the guitar is still a mystery — or a "long story," according to the singer. In lieu of details he simply writes, “a Good Samaritan came across [the guitar] and was able to obtain it and return it!”

Though strenuous, the lost guitar was hardly enough to keep Watson off the road, as the singer is still heavily touring in promotion of Vaquero. He'll perform 25-plus dates from May through July mainly in the Southern United States with international dates in Spain and Norway. He'll play Country on the River in Wisconsin in August.

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