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Stolen Noah and the Whale equipment

27.07.2012 By: Admin
Stolen Noah and the Whale equipment

On Monday night (23rd July), a white Transit van containing a large amount of Noah and the Whale’s equipment was stolen in Woodford Green, London.

All the cases have ‘Noah and the Whale’ white tour labels, also most cases are marked “NOAH” in six-inch high stencil lettering. Some also have gold marker pen lettering saying “NOAH AND THE WHALE” or “NATW”.

If you have any information, please contact

The stolen equipment:

  • Fender white relic telecaster with bigsby
  • Gibson black les paul custom
  • Gibson Hummingbird
  • 1979 Guild 12string acoustic
  • 1976 Gibson LP Gold Top Deluxe left/hand
  • 1999 Fender Telecaster sunburst left/hand lollar p/ups
  • Fender Telecaster black left/hand lollar p/ups
  • 1966 Fender P-Bass sunburst
  • 1967 Gibson EB3 fire damaged bass
  • 1970s Gibson Grabber bass
  • 1976 Fender Deluxe Reverb
  • 1999 Gibson Goldtone GA30
  • 2006 Badcat Tonecat
  • 1978 Ampeg SVT
  • Nord Stage 88
  • Nord Lead2X
  • Oxygen midi controller
  • 1960s Raven Piano bass
  • Motu hybrid mk3 interface
  • Roland SPD-S
  • MacBook pro
  • MacBook pro
  • Yamaha MG102C portable mixer
  • Line6 G30 guitar wireless system x2
  • Zvex Distortron
  • Zvex Wooly mammoth
  • Big Muff PI original
  • Voodoo Labs power plus 2
  • Boss OD2 distortion
  • MXR bass octaver
  • Boss LS-2 line switcher
  • Boss TU2 tuner
  • Boss TU3 tuners x 2
  • EH Holy grail reverb x2
  • TC Helicon voice tone D1
  • Voodoo lab power plus 2. x2
  • Line 6 G30 wireless system x2
  • Boss TU2 tuners. x2
  • Boss Fender 65 pedal
  • Macon OD9 overdrive
  • Custom audio boost line driver
  • MXR micro amp
  • Line 6 DL4
  • Voodoo Lab power plus 2 x2
  • Ernie Ball large Volume pedal
  • Boss TU2 Tuner
  • Ibanez LS9 tube screamer
  • Zvex fuzz factory
  • Divided by13 Dyna Ranger
  • MXR Stereo chorus
  • Line6 DL4
  • Power screamer HBE
  • Fulltone supertrem
  • Custom audio boost line driver
  • Yamaha PM5 mixing console
  • PM5 Power supply
  • Porter and Davies BC2 buttkicker
  • SJC 22 ” kick 12” rack tom 16”floor tom
  • Yamaha Mau Katche 14” snare
  • Dw9000 kick pedal
  • Dw hi hat stand
  • Dw hardware ,
  • Zildjan hi hats, 16”crashx2 22 inch ride, 18 china
  • Various tambourines shakers sticks brushes
  • 1893 Emmanuel Whitmarsh violin
  • Keyboard benches. x2
  • Selection of keyboard stands x4
  • 20’ x15’ white backdrop with black sections
  • 110v building site transformer
  • Peli case tool kit soldering station and toolsD Gilchrist
  • Guitar tech case tuners guitar tools D Gilchrist
  • Spares box strings tubes tape plectrums etc
  • Spare drum skins
  • Beta58a mic
  • Straight round base mic stand
  • Tool case Matt Randall
  • All connecting cables, leads etc
  • 2 custom monitor enclosures
  • Radial DIBoxes. 7 mono 1 stereo
  • Radial di rack with 4 DI units
  • 5 sets of moulded in ears
  • Guitar 6 way racks x2

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