L.A. based punk rock trio, L.A. Witch has launched a GoFundMe to replace their stolen equipment.
The Campaign description reads:
Our tour van got broken into last night after our show in Bristol, England. The front passenger window and the door were smashed in. We are devastated as it is only the 3rd show of a
Our tour van got broken into last night after our show in Bristol, England. The front passenger window and the door were smashed in. We are devastated as it is only the 3rd show of a month-long European/UK Tour. Stolen items were all labeled with our band name, our guitarist’s name and email, and include:
— GRETSCH DUO JET G6128T GUITAR W/ BIGSBY – Serial No. JD05092535 – Missing bottom guitar strap knob/pin
— TC Electronic Ditto x2 Loop Pedal
–– Line 6 Echo Park Delay
— Boss Digital Delay DD-3
— Electro-Harmonix Holy Grail Reverb Pedal Original Model
— Boss TS9 Tube Screamer
— Boss DF2 Superfeedbacker and Distortion
— Boss TU2 Chromatic Tuner
— Vox Curly Cable Guitar Lead
— Mogami Gold Series Guitar Cable
— Visual Sound 1 Spot 9V Power Supply and Daisy Chain x2
— Pedaltrain Metro 20 20″x8″ Pedalboard and Soft Case
— Mogami Patch Cables x7
— Lock-It Guitar Strap
— Epiphone Soft Case Gig Bag
If anyone in the U.K./Europe has any of these items they would be willing to lend us for the tour, or help us replace, please let us know!
We’re still a small band and we travel on a very tight budget, and had been hoping to break even on the tour. We love touring and playing music, and we really want to be able to finish out the rest of this tour.
Thank you to everyone for their love and support over the years, it means everything to us!
P.S. If people in the Bristol area could keep an eye out for these stolen items, please let us know! We’re also looking to fix the smashed window and dooras soon as possible so we can continue the tour tomorrow, and our insurance won’t cover the fix 🙁 If anyone has any tips they would be greatly appreciated!
Do donate to L.A. Witch’s GoFundMe page visit: https://www.gofundme.com/la-witch-stolen-gear