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If you just want to browse:

If you're just curious, you can browse our database of stolen guitars by clicking here.

If you think you've found one of the stolen guitars listed in our database, you can send the owner an email, and with any luck, there will be a bounty on the guitar you found.

If you're just here to browse, start here

If your guitar has been stolen:

If you are here to register your stolen guitar, you can do so here, and even upload a photo for identification purposes. Your guitar's photo and specs will then be available in our database and viewable on the web - but not your contact information, unless you want it visible.

You can also - as an added incentive for recovery - offer a bounty for your stolen guitar.

If someone thinks they've found your guitar, they can alert you via email.

Also, if one of our registered users - like a guitar shop, dealer, or reseller - runs your stolen guitar's serial number, you will receive an automatic email alerting you about your guitar, complete with their contact information.

If you are here to register your stolen guitar, start here

If you want to run full serial numbers:

If you are someone who wants to search full serial numbers, such as a:
  • guitar shop or reseller
  • guitar enthuiast
  • law enforcement employee
  • ... we can provide you with several quick, easy, FREE ways to run guitar serial numbers. All we ask is that you provide us with your contact information to let us auto-notify guitar owners if one of the serial numbers you run turns up stolen.

    If you want to register and run serial numbers, start here

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