Bachman's stolen Gretsch returns

Gardo

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Randy is the true owner . No one else has a legitimate claim to it. If Randy wants to be a gentleman then good for him ,but he is really under no obligation as I see it. Otherwise the person presently in possession of Randy’s guitars can go back on the person he bought it from.
 

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What's the statute of limitations on a stolen guitar?

Takeshi could have told him to pound sand.

I think they have worked it out in a decent manner.
I don’t know if there even is such a statute, North Carolina for example has none. But if they came to agreeable terms that’s the best outcome for both
 

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Ok, that has less info than I remembered. Gonna have to dig out the book.

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Here's the latest:


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Ball’s book estimates between 550-700 with 57 features were made.

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Geoff
Ed talks about the #258XX batch 6120s being transitional with both '57 and '58 model years. ~30 of the 70 6120 models in that last batch of '57s had a mix of 57/58 model year features (DeArmonds with thumbnail markers, etc). Also the #258XX '57s would be Duane Eddy related and highly desirable to collectors. 35 might be the approximate number of #258XX 6120s with '57 model features. Clearly RB was in the know after amassing the collection he did, and I'm just speculating 🕵️‍♂️
 




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