Help needed finding stolen musical equipment

Over the weekend, local musician Dup Crosson (of Saint Solitude and To My Dear Friends) lost approximately $5,000 in musical equipment when his practice space was robbed. The most important piece, to Crosson, is a 2008 Fender Telecaster, American Deluxe guitar. It’s white with a white pickguard and a black lightning bolt apoxied to the body (see photo below). Crosson has the serial number on file, and the custom work makes the guitar easily identifiable. Also stolen was an early 70s-model Univox Hi Flier 4-string sunburst bass. Crosson writes, this “happened sometime Sunday in Asheville. Please let me know if anyone knows anything: 828-225-4190 or”

The list of missing equipment includes:

• Rode NT1-A Condenser mic
• Acer computer monitor

And the following guitar pedals:

• Electro Harmonix Big Muff
• Electro Harmonix Pulsar Tremolo
• Danelectro Overdrive
• Danelectro Fish and Chips EQ
• Boss RC-20 Looper
• RAT distortion
• Ibanex TS-9 Tubescreamer
• T.C. Electronics Nova Delay
• Ernie Ball Volume Pedal, VP Junior
• Analog Man Bi-Compressor
• Akai Head Rush looper/delay
• Peterson Strobo stomp tuner

Please pass this list on to anyone who might be able to help find the equpiment or prevent it from being pawned.


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