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Friday, June 29, 2007

Thieving Bastards

posted by on June 29 at 14:12 PM

police-flash-lights.jpgWell, not on tour anymore.

Aranda, the band, had all their gear stolen in Sacramento, CA.

Last Thursday night, Aranda, from Oklahoma City, played at Old Ironsides in Sacramento. They were great guys who put on a great show. They played in front of a smallish crowd, made about $50 and were grateful for even that small amount.

Before they left town the next morning, they discovered all of their gear had been stolen, thus ending their tour before they were even half way through it and sending them home with all of their instruments gone.

Please look over this very extensive list of what was stolen and keep an eye out for it.

If anyone has any information about any of these items listed below please contact the band - here.

Thank you,
Jerry Perry
Old Ironsides Bookings

List of the gear after the jump.


1- Mackie Onyx 1640 mixer
1-Odyssey 18 space rack road case
2-Nady SP9 microphones
4- EWX splitter snake (4 in- 12 out)16 in total ;48 out total
2-Whirlwind 16 channel xlr snakes
1- Furman m-8 power conditioner
1- Bergantino HT322
2- Senheiser ew 300 In ear monitor systems
2- Sennheiser ek300 g2 beltpacks
1- Sony Headphones V600
1- Audio Technica at3035 microphone
1- Sennheiser e609 microphone
3- Sennheiser e835 microphones
2- Shure SM58 mics
1- Shure PG series Drum mic pack
1- Aguilar DB750
1- Aguilar GS412
1-Aguilar DB924
1- Shure SM57 mic
1- Audix OM2 mic
1- Sennheiser Rackmount Kit
2- Behringer Direct boxes
1- Rapco Direct box
1- Straight mic stand
1- tabletop mic stand
10- mic clips
6- XLR- TRS mic cables
1- Microphone case
1 Yamaha p150 Keyboard
1- Keyboard stand
1- Keyboard Pedal
4- Carrying case bags
1- all original 1962 Fender Jazz Bass
1- Vox Ac-30
1- Fender Blues Junior
1- Pedal Train Board and Case
1- Boss DD-6 Delay
1- OCD-Fulltone Pedal
1- Crybaby Wah
1- Zvex Wooly Mammoth
1- Vox Bulldog Overdrive Pedal
1- Morley A-B Switcher
1- Voodoo Labs Power supply
2- Boss Tuner
1- Fender Strat
1- Degas Brown Guitar
3- Roadrunner Gig Bags
1- Cort Acoustic w/case
8- Monster Cables
2- Speakon Cable
1- 3 space shock mount rack
1- sonor bass drum 20" w/ double tom mounts (black with sparkle)
3- sonor toms 10"/ 12"/ 15"/ w/ double tom mounts and floor tom stand
(black with sparkle)
1- Trick T2 12" snare drum (lime with blue flames and candy apple
blue rims)
1- Jeff Ocheltree Phantom Snare drum 14" (black)
1- Dw 5000 bass drum pedal
1- yamaha snare drum stands
1- roc and soc drum throne
5- DW cymbal stands
1- Yamaha hi hat stand
1- Instanbul Ride cymbal 20"
1- Paiste 18" Crash cymbal SIGNATURE
1- Zildjian 16" crash cymbal
1- Wuhan 17" china cymbal
1- Sabian 13" H.H. Hi- hats
1- Zildjian 12" Hi Hats
1- LP Cowbell
1- Blue jam Block with Mount
1- ln Ear buds
1- Behringer 502 mixer
2- Musician's Ear Plug
1- Tama rhythm watch metronome
1- Drum Push Cart (rock and roller cart for drums)
5- cables and adapters
1- drum bags Drum racket
1- hardware bag (hard plastic)
1- enduro 45 "x 14"x 12" Anvil brief case
1- Drum Charts (80 count)
1- Bass Charts (60 count)
1- R.I.M.S. Mounting system for 10", 12", and 15"
3- D.W. floor tom legs
1- drumstick bag
x- Sticks and brushes
1- Cymbal bag
1- Clothes---(shirt, towel, and tie)
1- Axis bass drum beater
1- Dw Bass drum beater
1- Drum set tools
1- Drum Carpet
1- Electric fan

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why would you bring so much gear on tour? don't get me wrong, I feel sorry for these dudes, but seriously, do you really need to bring every mic you own?

Posted by Jeff Kirby | June 29, 2007 2:23 PM

I know, that is a lot of shit. I don't think they will be getting back their 10 mic clips.

Posted by trent moorman | June 29, 2007 2:34 PM

This looks suspiciously like this years christmas list... ugh I HATE thieves. But what I hate even more are people who are going to tell them there's some cosmic reason and/or it's a sign... blah blah blah. even if its true

Posted by doooood | June 29, 2007 4:43 PM

damn that 62 fender bass is worth thousands alone.hint:don't take a vintage irreplaceable instrument on a rag tag tour

Posted by mwand | June 29, 2007 6:19 PM

Wow you guys are brutal. the next time we'll take our Arbor Bass and Peavey TNT out with us.hahahaha kidding. Look if you really look at that list, the only real extra for us was the in ear rack and we didnt even get a chance to use it cuz we had just put it together if you can believe the night before. The Bass was the only one he owned.....sue em.The Bass was insured by the way. Bottom line is when you tour so many places you have to be prepared for the worst as far as in house PA goes so some of that stuff was on board just in case and most of the extra mics were not high dollar ones. Thanks for puttin the word out and your concerns

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