A semi-famous Country western singer /guitar player has recently past away. This is a friend of our family and my first bass teacher when I was 10. I had been in a band with his son when we were young and we got alot of guidence from his dad. I won't go into to many details but the 70 year old musician got married to a much younger woman 25 months before he died and she if fighting His children for things that are part of thier rich musical heritage amongs all other things in the estate. Don't ask me about wills and legal stuff, but some how she has manipulated a situation that has her in control. Today I gave the son of the man who died a letter to discribe some of the instruments that belonged to him that were still in the house when his father died as she is claiming it all belongs to her now. He needs to bring this to a probate judge as evidence that some of this gear belonged directly to him and is not (in his fathers collection) In his fathers bass gear there is an blond 1950's Fender bass amp. 2 1950's Fender Precisions, along with some old Telecasters, Gretch hollowbodies; all very cool stuff to pass down to the children and grand children, which was clearly the intention of this man. Its such a low ugly thing when people are so greedy and would attempt to disrupt the rightful passing of family musical instruments to the next generation. This woman is a gold digging peach! Out of respect for the family I won't mention the names. I just wanted to share this with my fellow TB'S.