TESTAMENT/DRAGONLORD guitarist Steve Smyth had several pieces of equipment stolen from a secure South of Market Street, San Francisco underground parking lot, on early May 6th, AM (possibly May 5th?). The missing items are as follows:
1) B.C. Rich Bich Guitar: Transparent Blood Red, Widow headstock, signed by Bernie Rico, Jr., Black binding on body, Serial # 98275. Photo #1, photo #2.
2) B.C. Rich Ignitor Guitar: Transparent Cobalt Blue, very UNIQUE, one-of-a-kind, Serial # BC31602. Photo #1, photo #2.
3) Mesa Boogie 3 Channel Triple Rectifier amplifier head, Serial # 16734
4) Alesis Quadraverb rack system, Serial # QV1063165
If you have any information regarding the whereabouts of these items, please contact Steve Smyth at: (415) 512-1984 or [email protected]
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