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Kramer Spector NS2, 1989-ish

Discussion in 'Lost & Stolen Gear' started by loend68, Feb 22, 2010.

  1. loend68

    loend68 Gold Supporting Member

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    Hey guys. I was browsing this forum and I thought it was worth a shot to post a bass I had stolen some 20+ years ago. Who knows, maybe it'll show up? I was able to help a guy from Maine find his last summer so this forum does work.

    1989-ish Kramer Spector NS-2 in red stain. The stain was a pretty opaque stain and very little grain showed through. Almost looked like red paint. It had a chip in the finish that didn't go through to the wood. Kind of looked like the chip you get in your windshield. It was located between the pickups, about an inch or so down.

    It was stolen from our studio in Manchester NH, probably 1990. They didn't take the case, just the bass. The funny part is that I had a Kubicki on a stand left out and they bothered to go through and open up all my cases and take just the Spector.

    The serial number was in the 1300's, 1343 comes to mind, stamped on the back of the headstock. I'll see if I can find the police report, but it's been a loooong time.

    I'd even be willing to purchase it back, at a very reasonable price?

    Anyway, thanks!

    :bassist::bassist::bassist:
  2. loend68

    loend68 Gold Supporting Member

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    forever ago bump
  3. JeffplaysBass

    JeffplaysBass Supporting Member

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    Red Stain Kramer....I feel for you....That bass must have been Sick!!
  4. loend68

    loend68 Gold Supporting Member

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    Yeah...plus lots of memories. I waited 6 months for it to be built. I just would have thought I would have run across it by now...
  5. Tracebassplayer

    Tracebassplayer Supporting Member

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    THERE'S ONE ON EBAY RIGHT NOW ...
  6. loend68

    loend68 Gold Supporting Member

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    Thanks!! That's not the one, but close!

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