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Stolen in Ann Arbor or possibly Detroit

Discussion in 'Lost & Stolen Gear' started by joefee42, Oct 15, 2012.

  1. joefee42

    joefee42 Supporting Member

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    Hi,

    You know the drill. My homemade P-bass was stolen out of my car in Ann Arbor or possibly downtown Detroit.

    It's a homemade job from factory parts, so there's really no serial number or label or anything.
    It's a maple neck and fretboard, a natural body and a gold pickguard. It has a very distinct rubbed oil finish.
    There headstock has a different shape to it, and there's no brand name on it.

    Keep your eyes open!

    Thanks

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