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

    Joined:
    May 13, 2003
    Location:
    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

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

    Joe Kyle Jr. Gold Supporting Member

    Joined:
    May 13, 2003
    Location:
    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??
  4. Curtis Novak

    Curtis Novak

    Joined:
    Aug 19, 2012
    Location:
    Yucca Valley, CA
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    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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