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Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by BTBbassist, Mar 18, 2006.
Well thats great, in the end you got your bass back and money compensation for the time it was gone, all is well that ends well
Man, that is a fantastic story. Way to go Kevin!
Justice is served! Well done, man. Smart, strategic thinking throughout, and to a succesful, glorious end.
He got pwned.
Kevin, your story is amazing, I am so happy for you, not just because you got the bass back, which is unbeleivable in itself, but cause the people are actually gonna get what's coming to them. GREAT!
We can also have a moment of silence for all the poor SOBs who lost basses or equipment and don't have the happy ending. Unfortunately, that's the vast majority of everyone that gets ripped off.
I would go to Vegas and place a big bet if I were you. You are the luckiest guy in the world. What are the chances of this turning out this way?
I wonder if you could try and get "aggravated" added to the felony theft charge. I mean, they stole your BASS. This is IMPORTANT. More so than say, a TV or a computer. You let your soul flow through this instrument. It's an extension of you.
I'm glad the bastards got caught, and I'm very glad you are getting your bass back.
I often wonder what became of my Gibson Grabber that got stolen in the early 80s...
Glad to hear of your happy ending!
I would guess that your flight case was singled out, because it looked like a guitar/bass.
I've seen a post where a member takes his gigbag and fits it into a HS golfbag. It's doesn't look like a guitar/bass. I wonder if this may be safer for us bass players? Or is the chance of golfclubs going missing the same?
ps: congrats on getting your bass back!
Nice. Hopefully justice was done.
Keep on playin' with the Neuser.
heh heh right on!
I was just wondering if something like this has ever happened through TB the other day. Great to know that things went right and the thief(s) were caught.
Now if they just execute the thief, the case will truly be settled.