Normally, we'd consider Walnut Creek a safe-enough place. But the East Bay suburb wasn't very good to a trailer holding the gear of hometown pop-punk outfit This Time Next Year -- the band's poor trailer was stolen the other night, right on the city's usually placid, oak-lined streets.
The trailer held pretty much all of the Equal Vision Records' band's gear and tour merch, so they're asking for help in getting it back. After the jump, we've got a full list of the equipment stolen.
Here's the gear. As you can see, it's a lot of stuff:
TRAILER: 7X12 White - 2008 Interstate Load Runner
All our merchandise - Shirts, Hoodies, CDs
Ampeg 8x10 Bass cab
Mesa 4x12 guitar cab
Carvin 4x12 guitar cab
100 watt portable PA
ESP LTD Hybrid 400 guitar - Black
ROAD CASE w/ Huge No Sleep and Equal Vision stickers
Ampeg SVT - 400 Bass Head
Mesa foot switch
3 Boss guitar tuner
Installed storage space
Green sparkle Ddrum maple drums with Di-Cast hoops;
12in Rack Tom w/ rim mount
14in Floor Tom w/ legs
16in Floor Tom w/ a few chips out of the side
20in Kick Drum w/ wear on the inside hoop, white front head with chrome hole and Equal
Tama Iron Cobra Power Glide Double Bass Pedal w/ black beaters.
Tama Iron Cobra Lever Glide Hi-Hat Stand.
3 Tama Road Pro Double Braced Cymbal Stands all w/ Black tape on top.
Tama Tom arm and clamp.
Tama Snare stand.
Zildjian 14in A Custom Hi-Hats top and bottom w/ Master Sound bottom.
Zildjian 22in A Custom Ping Ride.
Paiste 19in Alpha Rock Crash.
Paiste 20in Alpha Rock Crash.
SKB 22in Rolling Cymbal Case.
Anvil Style Drum Road/flight Trunk
If you have any information on the theft, or see any of this stuff on Craiglist or in pawn shops, contact the band at email@example.com, or call Walnut Creek police at (925) 943-5844. The band has also set up a Paypal account linked to the above email address for anyone who feels like making donations to help out. We hope the missing stuff shows up.