Stolen Guitar Notices
- Sept 26th, 2007 - there is now a web
site specifically for stolen musical instruments - Screaming
- April 16, 2005 - Baltimore, Ohio
Terry Efaw reported that his Peavey Nashville 400
steel guitar amplifier was stolen from (of places) Fairfield United Christian Rt.203 Baltimore, OH on Sat.4/16.
- June 16th, 2004 - Columbus. Ohio
Jim Volk reports the following stolen from him:
Large "Odysey" road case containing :
DBX 266XL Compressor/Gate
DBX 120A Subharmonic Synthesizer
Behringer Eurorack MX2004A Mixing Board
Lexicon MPX 110 Effects Processer
QSC Power Amplifier Model #RMX850 or close to it , not sure.
2 Eastern Acoustic Works Cabinets/ 3 way/Black/ Metal Grilled Model / #PM315.
These cabinets are pretty road weary, one of the original RCF 15's were
replaced by a new Eminence Speaker Art "Tube Pac" Preamp/Compressor Crude pedal Board with the following pedals Velcroed to it :
Boss CS3 Compression Sustainer
Ibenez Flanger (old yellow one)
Tech 21 Sans Amp (old original one)
Boss RC 20 Loop Station
L. R. Baggs Paracoustic Preamp
These pedals are very dirty and scuffed up , if removed from the pedal board
they will have Velcro or adhesive on the bottoms.
- Our own Frank LeFebre had his rare Fender electric
nylon guitar stolen from his home in Gahanna, Ohio on April 2nd, 2004. It is
Fender Model CG35SCE classical electric guitar in a black hard shell case. If seen, contact the Gahanna Police at 614-342-4240. Reward Offered! Thank you.
- This rare 1960s Standel semi-hollow body Model #: 420-S,
Serial #: 1040D was stolen from Silver Scooter at Bernie's Tavern in Columbus, Ohio, on Friday, April 20th, 2001. Belongs to Travis Higdon, Austin, Texas.