Stolen 1930 vintage Vivitone Guitar

Discussion in 'Stolen or Lost Gear Registry' started by DJBlount, Feb 15, 2013.

  1. DJBlount

    DJBlount Member

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    I am still trying to recover my stolen Vivitone guitar. It was given to me by my father on my 18th birthday. It is acoustic with two round sound holes under the bridge, high frets, recessed back with two backwards "f" holes. The body was edge trimmed in white with a white front to the tuning head. Tuning keys were metal. It was numbered # 67. It was stolen in Detroit in the late 60's. If you have any information regarding this guitar plese send me an immediate e-mail. Many thanks.
     
  2. gigs

    gigs Member

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    So sorry. Hope you find it fast.
     
  3. treeofpain

    treeofpain Silver Supporting Member

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    It was stolen 40+ years ago. There is no "finding it fast". :)

    But seriously, it stinks to be the victim of theft. That is a unique piece of guitar history, so I hope it shows up. I would check with museums.
     
  4. Ian Anderson

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    Wow! Thats a rare bird. Good luck finding it!
     
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  6. Guitarworks

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    ...and just when someone says there's no finding a rare guitar fast...
     

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