Cynder Posted October 16, 2011 Share Posted October 16, 2011 So, I have to make this quick... I parted ways with a very good friend of mine who I've know for ten years... He recently came into a lot of money. I won't give an exact amount but it's over a quarter million. He is a generous person and he bought a lot of gifts for people. He bought me a Crate bass amp as an early birthday present. (My birthday is in November, he bought it for me a month or so ago.) I used it a couple times, but it was always at his house. The reason for this was just that I didn't think I could carry it up to my apartment by myself and due to his health problems I knew he wouldn't be able to help me. Plus, him and I would always jam when I was over there. I can practice at home without an amp, but when I play with someone else, I need the amp. I knew it was safe over there, so I just left it at his place. Now I have no contact with him at all. I've been debating on whether I should ask if I can come and get it. I personally am leaning toward no... He bought it and it's at his place. I'm really not entitled to it, even though it was given to me. But other people I know think I should ask for it just on principle. I have a jacket of his at my place that I'm sure he wants back. I thought about contacting him and just saying something like "Hey, I still have your jacket. I can bring it to you and pick up my bass amp." Another friend of mine is trying to start a band and he has asked me twice to play bass for him. I can't do that without an amp, so I do have a practical need for it right now. Idk... what do you all think? Would it be nasty of me to ask him for it? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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