1980s-era, custom-made fretless bass, with ebony fingerboard, Warmouth neck, black Schaller pickups and tuning machines, and a black bridge, built up underneath with lucite (VERY unusual)
IMMENSE sentimental value. This bass got me through Berklee College of Music and years of gigging with a ska band, as well as two decades of teaching.
STOLEN FROM STUDIO 99, NASHUA, NH
sometime between 11 pm on 1/20/10 and 6 pm on 1/21/10.
The bass is signed on its back by the artist who did the paint job:
(Lou Ellen Kregel was the artist, and she did the work in April 1988)
Reported to the Nashua Police Department at 8:00 pm 1/21/10
CUSTOM...no brand, no serial number. The artist's signature ... and that paint job. The only difference is that there is now a white plastic pickguard which covers the area around the pickups and the EQ/volume knobs.
If you have any information, please contact Elise MacDonald: