65daysofstatic have been the victims of theft - can you help?
Electro-rock juggernauts 65daysofstatic are renowned gear heads. Honestly, did you think that sound came easily? The band have put some serious hours into locating the right synths, the correct guitars and amplifiers.
Working on fresh material, the band have sadly been the victims of theft. In a note to fans, 65daysofstatic wrote:
"65HQ got broken into last night. We have lost two laptops and ALL of our good guitars. If you work in any second hand music shops in the North of England or, indeed, anywhere, it’d be great if you took a quick look at this list of things we are missing."
Later, the band added: "GCHQ will probably sort it all out within the week, but on the off-chance that their priorities are of a more nefarious nature, if anybody has any information about this stuff at all, be great to hear from you here".
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Full list of stolen equipment:
Fender Lightash Telecaster (black) – serial no. 7120327.
Fender Lightash Telecaster (black) – serial no. 4122931.
- both these Teles are customised with pick-up selector clipped off, bridges replaced with contemporary-style bridges.
Fender Squire Custom Telecaster (black).
- Traces of white paint on back. Very distinctive bullet-size holes in the back.
Ibanez Prestige (black) – serial no. 651301 (U.V pen).
Ibanez Roadcore (black) – serial no. 651302 (U.V pen).
Fender Precision Bass (Mexican) (black, one of the intonation screws is black) – serial no. MZ9455765
Signature Limited Edition J-Bass (black, warped scratch plate) – serial no. 651201 (U.V pen)
2 x Apple Macbook Pros. serial numbers: W80091EV7XK & W800611H7XK.
Also stolen: Bunch of wireless receiver packs. Olympus E500 DLSR Camera.
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