Black Dog in Upstate NY Has Been Robbed.

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Black Dog in Upstate NY Has Been Robbed.

Post by mumblesound » Mon Feb 10, 2014 6:01 pm

Hi all,

So, we got robbed this past weekend.
Black Dog Recording Studio | Albany, New York Area | Digital Gear | Analog Gear|
Albany, NY area.

Please, if you see any of these things around, let me know.

Neumann U67 (3074) w/ Neumann psu
Neumann Gefell UM57 (1033 body, 2119 head, Theirsch reskin) w/ Peak Power
Lucas CS-1 (72)
Neumann U87 (8463) "Property of AGENCY" scratched in the back
Neumann KM84 (51515 and 59042)
AEA R84 (2177) There are two, but I only have one serial number.
Beyer M160 (17406 and 17346)
Coles 4038 matched pair
Lawson L47fet (144)
Beyer M500 (38380) Sank Mod
Beyer M201 (038930)
MD421 (228052, 228043 and 228051)

Barefoot MM27 pair on sound anchors
Chandler LTD-2 Mastering Pair w/ selectable ratios (402 and 403)
Daking FET II pair
UA LA2A
Urei 1178
API 3124+
Collins 6Q-1 (2 modules in bronze rack)
Gates SA-70 (2 modules in silver rack) They forgot the psu for this one...
Lexicon PCM96
tc electronic D2
Lynx Aurora 16 pair
Intel power mac with Lynx AES16 and a UAD Quad Omni
Magma rack with PT HD3 in it.

Fender Corodado (yellow) Feb 67
Guild B-301 1976

There is plenty of other smaller stuff that will get lost in the stratosphere, but if you see any of this stuff... please let me know.

Thanks,
Seamus
Thanks,
Seamus

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Post by rhythm ranch » Mon Feb 10, 2014 6:11 pm

Jesus, that sucks! So sorry!!!

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Post by Gregg Juke » Mon Feb 10, 2014 9:50 pm

+1! So sorry to hear about it. Will keep an eye/ear open...

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Post by tfhank » Mon Feb 10, 2014 10:07 pm

Damn, that's awful. Hope you get everything back and that the culprits get what's coming to them.

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Post by norton » Tue Feb 11, 2014 7:12 am

Arrrrrghhhhhhhhh!!

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Post by Snarl 12/8 » Tue Feb 11, 2014 10:11 am

Jesus H. that sucks!

I hope your insurance is as rockin' as your gear list.
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Almost forgot: Please steal my drum tracks. and more.

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Post by emrr » Tue Feb 25, 2014 8:25 am

Everyone watch out for this gear on the used market. Good luck.
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Post by joel hamilton » Tue Mar 11, 2014 11:13 am

Any updates on this?
. Please let us know how you are doing and we will all keep an eye out for any of this stuff on the market.

Sincere hope for this to come around for you.

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Post by mumblesound » Mon Jun 30, 2014 7:43 am

Sorry for the late, late reply!

Well, Black Dog is closed and the owner is selling the entire property and whatever was too big to steal.

It's been a pretty awful spring, but I have high hopes for the future.

Not a single thing has popped up on Ebay, Craig's List, etc.
Nothing that I have seen, anyway.
Pretty strange.

Thanks,
Seamus
Thanks,
Seamus

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