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Database TB2000 #570

Model:   TB2000
Type:   Standard - Bass
Body:   Finished Color
Neck:   Polished Aluminum
Serial:   #570
Date Purchased:   03/01/2000
Date Submitted:   06/11/2001
Last Modified:   11/04/2004

First Name:   Chris
Last Name:   Hall
Country:   USA

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Description:   Lefty TB2000. This is the only left handed TB2000 I've ever seen. Inscription on back reads "April 8, 1977 for John Schayer Travis Bean Marc McElwee" The only John Schayer I know of is a guy that played bass for a band called "The Touch", which featured Bob Welch (ex fleetwood mac) and the drummer from crosby stills and nash. They never released anything however... I'm guessing he was the person it was made for. Found it on ebay about 6 months after I resorted to buying a TB4000 wedge to play lefty (since it looks the same when flipped over to play lefty...) Still own both. Guy I bought it from found it in a pawn shop in California.

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