CHRIS DUARTES 1963 FENDER STRATOCASTER
Stolen in New York City in November of 1993, the guitar is a refinished 1963 Fender Stratocaster (serial number L14261) with a two-tone tobacco sunburst finish (brown fading into black). It has a white 50s style single-ply pickguard with a triangular chip (about 1 1/2 long) missing from the top center edge pointing down towards the strings.
It has a cracked headstock thats been fixed. The crack is still visible (even from the back) and is about 4 long running parallel to the strings. The sticker on the headstock is a reissue (no patents applied number) and is applied slightly lower than the original. The guitar has a black 5-way switch, rosewood neck and a graphite nut. The neck is scalloped and worn from Chriss playing. This guitar is truly a players instrument.
JOHN JORDANS 1993 CONKLIN SEVEN-STRING
John Jordans bass is very unique. It is a Conklin 7-string bass (like he plays now) and was a demonstration model. Its serial number is #8. It is made of natural blonde wood with feathered inlays. John Jordan is inscribed at the 12th fret and CDG inscribed at the 24th fret.