Tuesday night in Lawrenceville, someone broke into local folk/rock staple Nathan Zoob’s car. The culprit took over $1,000 worth of equipment, including a Klon Clone Zoob recently built himself.
“Honestly it’s the worst feeling," says Zoob. "This feeling of having been violated. That my car has been entered. I’m not in an impossible professional situation, I can still work. It’s just a lot of money out and a pretty disquieting feeling."
Zoob is asking Pittsburghers to be on the lookout – eBay, Craigslist, pawn shops – for the following items in case the person decides to sell the stolen gear.
Mosfet Fulldrive 2 (blue) (serial number 39882)
Earthquaker Hoof (gold) (#5326)
Maxon Ad-10 Delay (pink) (serial number 131ADX050)
Strymon Blue Sky (blue)
Ernie Ball VP Jr Volume Pedal (silver/black)
Small Pedaltrain Board (with bag)
Voodoo Pedal Power 2 (attached to
After two days, Zoob's Facebook post has almost 500 shares.
"I’ve been so blown away by the amount of support this has received," says Zoob. "[There
Zoob is known for his active role in the Pittsburgh music scene. Along with performing as a solo artist, Zoob is the guitarist in pop-rock group Wreck