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STOLEN Gear 2/24/2014 Oakland, CA

Discussion in 'Lost & Stolen Gear' started by Joe Kyle Jr., Feb 27, 2014.


  1. Joe Kyle Jr.

    Joe Kyle Jr. Gold Supporting Member

    May 13, 2003
    94804
    Monday, Feb. 24, 2014 STOLEN GEAR ALERT!!

    Please help me be on the lookout for the following gear taken from me on Monday 2/24/14 in Oakland, CA:

    1) 1968 Fender Dual Showman amplifier silverface w/black padded cordura cover by LeCover. One of the tube covers is missing from one of the 12ax7s. The logo on the amp cover has been colored in with a black Sharpie, but you can still see the logo.

    2) Bag End D-10XD 2x10 4-ohm bass speaker cabinet, red carpeted covering

    3) 2006 Squire P-bass, white w/black pickguard. Custom Curtis Novak pickup. Black soft gig bag w/backpack straps. Fake suede guitar strap with the name STEPH

    4) A small M-Audio backpack containing:
    Blast Cult Channel Blaster pre-amp
    Diamond bass compressor pedal
    Radial Bassbone pre-amp
    MXR bass envelope filter pedal
    TC Electronic Ditto & Polytune Mini pedals
    Shure SM-58 microphone
    Lava, Mogami, Monster ¼”cables; mic cables Misc. patch cables and power supply wall-warts.


    Oakland Police Report #14-902346

    Thanks for looking!!

    Joe Kyle Jr.
     
  2. Curtis Novak

    Curtis Novak

    Aug 19, 2012
    Yucca Valley, CA
    Disclosures:
    Pickup Artist at Curtis Novak Classic Pickups
    Oh Joe,
    That REALLY sucks! I am so sorry to hear that.
    Good luck.
    Curtis
     
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  4. Joe Kyle Jr.

    Joe Kyle Jr. Gold Supporting Member

    May 13, 2003
    94804
    That was the bass with your pickup, Curtis!! I brought it out on a funk gig Sunday night and I had such a great time playing it. It had such a sweet, even, and musical response all the way up the neck. It really sang above the 9th fret. Nary a dead spot...not bad for a $250 bass.
    You gonna be at MerleFest??
     
  5. Curtis Novak

    Curtis Novak

    Aug 19, 2012
    Yucca Valley, CA
    Disclosures:
    Pickup Artist at Curtis Novak Classic Pickups
    Yeah I remember putting int in your bass right before you went on stage to do the Eat a Peach Album. It did really sound good! Sadly no...
    Curtis
     



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