OTEP: Fretless Bass Guitar Stolen

A fretless Carvin bass belonging to Evil J of OTEP was stolen after the February 1 stop of the "Alliance of Defiance" tour in Boise, Idaho. It's a Carvin LB70 bass, koa body, with no fret markings on the fingerboard. The bass, which is used live during the song "My Confession", is said to be 13 years old, and Evil J has done a lot of modification on it, so it should be easy to spot, as well as quite difficult to replace. Pictures of the bass can be found at this location.

If anyone has any information on the stolen guitar, send an e-mail to [email protected]


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