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UK rockers EVA PLAYS DEAD have £3k of gear stolen; launch appeal‏

No-nonsense Derbyshire rockers Eva Plays Dead are devastated to announce the loss of £3,000 worth of equipment following a robbery on their tour van. Lost items include the band’s new drumkit, the guitarist’s pedalboard and bassist’s amp heads, as well as many more.

The news comes at a particularly difficult time for the band as they’re set to play Macmillan Fest and FortFest very shortly. To raise funds, Eva Plays Dead have produced a one-off t-shirt, which you can purchase here:

T-shirt: http://goo.gl/Z9c7oY

A fan-genererated GoFundMe has also been created, which you can donate to here:
http://www.gofundme.com/helpevaplaysdead

The local police have been informed but if you see any equipment surfacing (full list below) the band ask you please get in touch:

www.evaplaysdead.com
www.facebook.com/evaplaysdead
http://www.thearteryfoundation.com/artists/eva-plays-dead/
www.youtube.com/evaplaysdeadtv
www.twitter.com/evaplaysdead

List of equipment:
-Hiwatt Maxwatt guitar amp (stickers on front)
-Laney bass amp
-Pedal train pro
-Voodoo lab pedal power 2
-Korg pitch black+ tuner
-Boss ns2
-MXR custom badass distortion
-Dr Green hairy tongue fuzz
-TC electronic flashback delay x4
-EHX (electronic harmonix) Pog2
-Vox wah
-Puretone ABY soft touch
-Shure P series wireless
-Gretsch Renown RN2-R644 drum kit
-3x protection racket soft cases (24×16, 13×9, 16×16)

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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