Stolen Schecter Celloblaster A-5X Guitar – Black / SN# 99021426

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The Details…

Date of Theft11/11/2013
Location of TheftLarned, Kansas 67550
Type of EquipmentElectric Guitar
ModelA-5X Celloblaster
OrientationRight Handed
# of Strings5
Serial Number99021426
Police Report Filed?Yes
Name of Police Agency Kansas City Police Department

Here’s the Story…

Schecter Diamond Series A5X Celloblaster five string guitar (not a bass) that has a slight ding/chip in it near the volume and tone pots. Made in 1999 according to the serial which is 99021426.

One of the screws holding one of the pots is a bit loose, but the guitar plays 100% perfectly. This is a VERY rare model and not many of them were made and the oddity of it being a five string makes it stand out.

Guitar may still be in Dodge City but could be in Hays, Great Bend, Wichita, or Newton.
This guitar is currently stolen.

The following details for this theft have been entered:
This is a black Schecter Diamond Series A5X Celloblaster FIVE string (not a bass!) guitar that was stolen from me from my house in Larned, Kansas around 11-11-2013. Nothing else was taken thankfully, but wish he took my plain Jane Ibanez 7 string instead.

Guitar was last seen being attempted to get pawned/sold at Bob’s Pawn Shop in Dodge City, KS for $300. The pawn shop wasn’t willing to buy it unfortunately. I do have a police report/investigation with the Larned PD as well as proof of purchase from PayPal and eBay. I am offering a $100 NO QUESTIONS reward for this guitar back. I spent 12 years scouring eBay and the internet for one that I didn’t get outbid on as well as having the money for it.

Listing ID: 074235
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