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Posted by Robby Garner - admin on January 20, 2002 at 13:47:47:

In Reply to: Re: Bass insurance costs posted by Bob Gollihur on January 19, 2002 at 09:57:11:

Add me to the list of those who have dropped Merz-Huber. If was great while it lasted. I'll check in to some of these other companies - Music Pro sounds like it is worth checking out. thanks for the link, Bob.

robby

: : I was just going to ask this question myself. Merz Huber doubled their rates (to $200 minimum) and then quintupled their deductible. I canceled my insurance and am currently uninsured, which is foolish. I want to insure about $25,000.

: : I'll look into MusicPro. Any others?

: There is one other; look under MISC in my LINKS page, URL below.

: I also dropped Merz-Huber when their rates doubled and deductible went to $500. Music Pro is cheapest, and I insure over $25,000 worth of instruments and equipment for just over $200, as of the last renewal in mid-2001.




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