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Harm's Way van and gear stolen in Chicago

Wednesday, April 18, 2012 10:04 AM PT

Chicago, IL hardcore band Harm's Way has their van stolen in the Wicker Park section of Chicago last night. The van is a 1999 Ford e350 XLT 15-passanger van and the gear stolen is as follows:

  • Peavy 5150 (II) 150 watt Eddie Van Halen signature guitar head with ATA black road case. The face plate of the head has been removed.
  • LTD EC-1000 black gloss Korean-made Les Paul body type guitar with Gibson 1990 "chainsaw case" with blue interior.
  • Pedal train PT-1 pedal board with case and: Ibanez T9 tube screamer, BOSS tu-2 Chromatic stomp box tuner, DOS envelope filter stomp box, BOSS DD-6 Digital Delay pedal and a daisy chain
  • American Fender Jazz Bass inside a hard, black case with "2*Sweet" spray painted on it in white. Also an inverted cross spray painted in white near the top of the case.
  • Ampeg 8x10 Bass Cabinet. "2*Sweet" written on the wood in permanent marker on the side where Tolex was stripped off. Also the wheels are attached to a 2x4 at the bottom.
  • Traynor TS-140 Bass Head. Grey, old, beat-up looking. Power cable in the back is very frayed.
  • BOSS ODB-3 Bass Overdrive Pedal
  • BOSS TU-2 Chromatic tuner

Be on the lookout for this stuff.

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