STOLEN GUITARS Taylor 414ce & Fender Telecaster (Seattle)

I saw this on Craig’s list thought maybe I could help by posting it too.


Date: 2011-02-27, 8:58PM PST
Reply to: sale-dfty6-2238433013@craigslist.org


Hey, thanks for looking at this post.

These guitars were stolen out of my car in the university district of Seattle on Sunday morning between 02:15am and 03:30. The exact location is 52nd & 16th. 

An Ibanez bass guitar was also taken with my two guitars. But, I’m not able to offer as much of a detailed description on that, and the two guitars are worth much more to me.

1. Taylor 414ce w/back hardshell case 2007
Serial #20070711044

2. Fender Telecaster 1971 reissue
Crafted in Japan 2004
Milk wash/white finish w/white pick guard
the pickups were upgraded with Seymour Duncan Antiquities
Serial #R????? (Don’t have it on hand, but I remember it starts with an R which correlates the make to 2004)
I bought this guitar in Japan.
It should be in a Fender tweed hard case with red carpet inside.

Tell me you have them and I’ll buy them back. No questions and no cops.

  • Location: Seattle
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2 comments on “STOLEN GUITARS Taylor 414ce & Fender Telecaster (Seattle)

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