Elevator 22 Guitarists' Gear Stolen
Canadian metallers, Elevator 22, issue the following update on their Myspace page regarding the loss of their guitarists' equipment:
"If any one has any information regarding a stolen road case belonging to guitarists curtis smythe and casey reaper, please let me know. This case contained some equipment that was currently in use during our album in the process of being recorded. It was stolen from a vehicle some time last night between 1:30am and 6:00am. along with the road case a wallet and two cases of beer were taken. Whom ever stole the wallet used the credit card that was in the wallet to purchase some Mc Donalds food."
"The road case is gray, with the Elevator 22 logo on it in black. in the case was a line 6 foot controller a BBE sonic maximizer, assorted patchcords, power cords and guitar accessories. If you have any information please, contact:"
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