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Help Colorstore Recover Stolen Equipment

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It seems like only yesterday that we were speaking with Colorstore about the band's "bloated and pretentious" Saturday night gig at FilmBar (okay, so it it was Friday). The gig went off without a hitch, but last night the guys ran into a serious snag: Someone ripped off a bunch of  their equipment.

The band has provided a list of missing equipment, and a plea for musicians around town to keep an eye out:

Bogner Shieva 2x12 Vox AC30 TB with Blueback speakers Sunn Beta Lead combo Behringer 12 channel mixer Genz Benz Shenandoah

Any one that frequents pawn shops around the valley, keep an eye out on craigslist, etc etc please. The Three guitar amps are specific. If somebody would try and pawn them or sell them online it might be relatively easy to spot it. Please repost...

Spread the word. Here's hoping the band can recover the items. It would be a shame for them to have trouble doing more cool stuff like this, shot at FilmBar on Saturday night.

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