A precious item has been taken from Aaron Watson, and he's asking for fans' help to find it. Watson reveals in an Instagram post on Monday (April 17) that one of his custom guitars is missing and was presumably stolen.

The country star speculates that the instrument was stolen out of his bus after a recent show in New Mexico before he headed back to Dallas. The beautiful guitar dons three crosses, a Bible verse and Watson's logo, and he says that there is a very special reward for whoever finds and returns the valuable item.

"We have something very special for the person who helps us find it! In the grand scheme of things it is just a 'thing' and it will be ok. Have a blessed day and love love love those around you!" the singer writes alongside a photo of himself onstage with the guitar in question.

Watson's latest album, Vaquero, was released in early 2017 and serves as the follow up to 2015's The Underdog, which made history, as Watson became the first independent male artist to debut at No. 1 on Billboard's Top Country Albums chart. The eclectic project covers a wide range of topics, from shedding light on Mexican culture, to writing songs for his children, including one for his late daughter, Julia.

“I want these girls — my fans, I want them to hear these songs, and I want them to go, ‘That’s how I want to be loved. I want a man that respects me and loves me rain or shine,'” Watson tells Taste of Country in an in-depth interview about the album.

The singer is currently on a tour in support of the album that continues through the summer and wraps up Aug. 3 at Country on the River in Wisconsin.

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