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1971, 6:01 a.m. - Sylmar/San Fernando Earthquake centered in Iron Canyon/Sand Canyon [WATCH FILM]
1971 earthquake film

Led Zepagain, the popular Led Zeppelin tribute band set to play Santa Clarita’s Concerts in the Park at Central Park on July 14, was hit by thieves who stole thousands of dollars’ worth of music gear from the group’s equipment van in Morgan Hill, Calif., on Saturday.

“The alarm was cut and years of investment and sentimental value was lifted from the van,” Brenda Wootten, wife of Zepagain bass player Jim Wootten, wrote in a post on a WePay site she set up to accept contributions from fans to replace the gear. At post time, $2,665 had been contributed to the cause.

“This is a major setback as it puts the band in immediate jeopardy of lost revenue as well as capital investment,” Wootten wrote. “The boys are devastated.”

The stolen gear includes vintage guitars, customized amps, effects, high-end microphones and rare drum equipment.

Here’s a complete list:


Gibson Les Paul Standard 1950s reissue guitar, Light Burst – Ser# 020560474

Gibson Les Paul Classic 1960 reissue guitar, Cherry Sunburst – Ser# 009649

Gibson EDS1275 guitar, Heritage Cherry – Ser# CS-52190

Danelectro 59-DC guitar, black & white


Taylor 514CE Acoustic guitar – Ser# 980915107

Mojave Coyote amp head

Janal Cases Custom pedalboard case

TC Electronix Polytune

Ibanez Turbo Tube Screamer

Boss Octaver

Boss Giga Delay

Small Stone Phase Shifter

Boss Chorus

Cry Baby Wah Pedal

BBE Frequency Boost Pedal

Morley A/B Switcher

Burns Theramin

Electro-Harmonix 22 Caliber Power Amp

Janal Cases Custom guitar flight case

Multi 7-guitar stand

Guitar cables

Flight briefcase

Boss tuner


3 brass slides

Custom guitar picks

Gaffer’s tape

Misc tools

9 volt batteries


1 Ensoniq Kt -76 Keyboard

1 Gator GK-76 Keyboard Case

1 Gator GR-4PL-US Rack Case

1 E-mu Vintage Pro Sound Module w/sound card upgrades

1 E-mu Vintage Keys Plus Sound Module

1 Ensoniq MR Rack Sound Module

1 Kurzweil PC-2R Sound Module w/Orchestral and Classic Keys Upgrade

1 Midiman 6-Channel Mixer

4 6′ Midi Cables

4 8′ Monster Rock Instrument Cables with angled connectors

3 Live Wire 1.5 Foot Power Cables

1 12 foot Monster Midi Cable

1 Fender Jazz Bass w/active pick-ups

1 Markbass CMD 102P 2×10 Tilt-back Bass Combo

1 Markbass Standard 151HR rear ported Neo 1×15 bass cabinet

1 10 Foot Monster S-100 Speaker Cable with Speakon Connectors

1 15 Foot Live Wire Power Cable

1 Customized banner with John Paul Jones symbol

1 Boss A/B-2 2 Way Switch

2 10 Foot Keyboard Instrument Monster Cables


2 Shure SM 57 Mics

1 Shure SM 58 Mic

1 AKG D112 Kick drum mic

1 Sennheiser e602 kick drum mic

3 Sennheiser e 604 Drums mics

2 Sennheiser e 504 Drums mic

1 Sennheiser e835 Vocal Mic

1 Oktava MK-012-01 Cond mic

1 Boss DD6 Digital Delay pedal

1 Sansa Fuze MP3 player 4 GB

3 25′ Live wire Mic cables

1 Bag of Misc adapters and connectors


24″ Zildjian ride cymbal

(2) 20″ Zildjian crash cymbals

(2) 15″ Hi-hat cymbals

SBC Cymbal case

26″ Ludwig Amber Vistalite Bass Drum

26″ Bass drum case


Shure PSM 900 in ear monitor system

SKB rack case

SKB molded case

Shure green bullet mic

Furman 15 Amp Power Conditioner with Pull-out Lights

Yamaha SPX990

7 blues harps

AKG C 535 mic

3 mic cables

3 balanced qrt cables

Steam inhaler

1 Customized banner with Robert Plant symbol


Visit Led Zepagain’s WePay [donations page], [official website] and [Facebook page] for more information.

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