NCBS Stolen & Missing Instrument Information Page

This is the Northern California Bluegrass Society's national infomation page for stolen and missing musical instruments. This page can be used to announce the theft or other loss of musical instruments, updates on subsequent investigations, and news about the recovery of instruments. The forum is HTML-enabled, so that links may be added to other websites that contain pictures and other detailed information about the instruments. The NCBS does not warrant the accuracy of any information posted. Contact the source for details. Good luck to all!

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Fender Stratocaster 1974 - Blonde

Stolen from my home in Seattle, WA on 4/21/05. Serial number 567564. Guitar was stripped and maple neck and blonde body were sold separate on Ebay in May. Seattle Police investigated and ran into dead end. Thanks.

Re: Fender Stratocaster 1974 - Blonde

I live in Alabama, and I am sure this is not your guitar, but I need some advice. My neighbor's dad died and left him a 1974 Blonde and he is wondering what it is worth on the market today. He isn't sure he wants to sell it, but that may be an option. He is still going the process of figuring out what to keep and what to let go.
Can you help? I will check with him, also, and make SURE that's not your guitar. I don't see how it could have made its way to Alabama, but stranger things have happened. My neighbor said his dad had 'drug that guitar around for years'.
Thank you very much for any opinion or help you may have. Good luck with finding yours, I know how it is to lose something you love.
Sharon Allen
Sheffield, Alabama