Stolen Thunderfunk TFB 800-B2

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tescott
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Stolen Thunderfunk TFB 800-B2

Post by tescott » 29 Feb 2016, 23:53

Hey guys,

had a Thunderfunk TFB 800-B2 (serial no. tfb1204) stolen from my house just before Christmas, along with some computers, phones, Christmas presents, and a cheap wall thermometer! (no basses though - my wife woke up and chased the guy out before he got them to the car! Crazy story... Glad she's okay). Thankfully insurance came through about 6 weeks later.

Anyway, only just thought of posting about it here. Surely there can't be too many of these around...

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Re: Stolen Thunderfunk TFB 800-B2

Post by wilbur88 » 01 Mar 2016, 01:13

Sucks. Good luck.
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Re: Stolen Thunderfunk TFB 800-B2

Post by BazzBass » 01 Mar 2016, 11:30

sorry to hear, hope you get it back.

amps are easier to replace than basses, they are more or less all the same whereas basses are individualistic, if that helps
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tescott
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Re: Stolen Thunderfunk TFB 800-B2

Post by tescott » 01 Mar 2016, 17:45

It was an amazing amp. Though, I'm moving overseas soon, and I don't play as much as a used to, so I'm replacing it with something smaller and lighter to take with me.

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