ALERT: All Darsombra gear stolen!


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This 1987 white Gibson Les Paul custom guitar was stolen from Darsombra after a break-in. (Photo: Mary Spiro)

Ann Everton and Brian Daniloski are dear friends of mine and also the excellent performers that make up the group Darsombra. I have written about their specific brand of psychedelic audio-visual space rock here on the blog.

Not long ago they moved into a home in the Garwyn Oaks neighborhood of Baltimore. I have visited their home, and it is located in a seemingly quiet residential part of the city where neighbors tend to know each other. Unfortunately, sometime on May 29, someone kicked in the front door of their home and made off with all the tools the use to create their art.

It is very likely that some of the items taken will be sold quickly for cash. So below is the original posting from Brian listing all that was taken, some of which is quite unique, has been in their family for a long time, and should be fairly easy to spot. Please read on, share this posting and keep your eyes open. If you spot anything, please contact Brian or Ann via the Darsombra Facebook page or through their individual Facebook profiles.

We are saddened to report that our house in the Garwyn Oaks neighborhood of Baltimore city was burglarized yesterday, and almost everything that we use to make our art was stolen.

If you see any of these things for sale, please let us know: 

– 1987 Gibson Les Paul Custom electric guitar (serial number 82317558) white (faded to cream color) finish w/ black pick guard, gold hardware including Schaller strap lock buttons, no pickup guard on treble pickup, without case (pic included)
– late 90’s/early 2000’s era 8-string Rickenbacker bass – black w/ white pick guard, no cover on treble pickup, silver hardware including Schaller strap lock buttons, without case (pic included)
– 2005 Gibson Les Paul Studio baritone guitar (serial number 00055528) sliver finish w/ silver hardware including Schaller strap lock buttons, without case (pic included)
– 2005 Ernie Ball Music Man bass guitar – flat black finish w/ silver diamond plate pickguard, silver hardware including Schaller strap lock buttons, without case (pic included)
– Yamaha acoustic guitar – black, without case
– classical guitar – wood finish, without case
– Rikki Ram student model sitar
– 1930s-era Vega 4-string tenor banjo without case
– Canon Rebel T3i digital SLR camera with a cracked viewing screen
– NEC NP215 projector attached to a small piece of plywood
– 2008 iMac desktop computer
– 2011 Macbook laptop computer (serial number D92GCJRJDRJ7)
– Iomega desktop external hard drive without stand or power supply
– Epson RX595 printer
– tripod

Brian and Ann, I hope that you find your stuff, and I know how heartbroken and violated you both must feel. Hopefully, this blog post will make a difference.

UPDATE 6-11-13:

“We are practically ecstatic to report that all stolen instruments have been returned to us, along with our video projector and camera! This lifts our hearts immensely. We can’t thank everyone enough for your support on this. All of your posts and well wishes and good energy really helped greatly. We love you all!

peace.
Brian & Ann
Darsombra

Still missing are the following items:
– 2008 iMac 21.5″ desktop computer
– 2011 MacBook Pro 13″ laptop computer (serial number D92GCJRJDRJ7)
– Iomega desktop external hard drive without stand or power supply
– Epson RX595 printer”

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About Mary Spiro

science and heavy metal blogger

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