Some of you may remember that back in 2004 some unnamed dirt bags ripped off all my cool cars, instruments, handguns and books, plus my entire record collection!
Now (August 2012) some unknown pack of vermin have broken into my local (Huntington Beach) storage unit and stolen eight amplifiers, including my beloved 1963 Fender Vibroverbs!!! I bought my first one new in Panama City Florida, then here in California I found three more and meticulously transformed them into identical blonde combo amps with one 15” Jensen speaker. I have used these amps exclusively since then except when I fly to other countries.
I am posting a couple of photographs of one of them; this one doesn’t have the Fender rock-back legs, but the other three do. Thank you Nathan for these pictures, I was busy playing through them and not thinking to document them in photos… my mistake.
If you see this amplifier or somebody attempts to sell you one like this please ask them to wait and call me at 714-421-8366… if I’ don’t answer, then call Huntington Beach police Dept. at 714-960-8811 and ask for detective Wickser and tell him what’s up.
They also got my one 12”, grey Epiphone Comet amp, but what hurts the most is they took my late father’s Colt .45 cal automatic pistol that was his side arm during his 30 year career as police Capt. in my hometown, Anniston, Alabama. This particular pistol certainly means a great deal to me. I would appreciate any info that leads to these thieves and/or the return of any of my stolen property.
Thank you friends…James Harman
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