Just a week after we found out that Marie Litton and Matt Bellinger had their place broken into, it seems another local musician has found himself on the business end of a break-in. Tickle Me Pink frontman Sean Kennedy's home was recently burglarized, and he's offering a substantial reward to anyone with information that will help him track down his pilfered equipment, which includes three guitars and two keyboards. See Kennedy's plea after the jump. And, as with the creeps who made off with Ghost Buffalo's stuff, may the larcenous thug(s) get their karmic payback.
stolen guitars and keyboards from Sean...REWARD!!!
i recently found out someone broke into my house and stole 3 of my guitars and 2 keyboards. one of which was my first electric guitar my dad bought me. i will personally pay 2 grand to ANYONE who can find me my equipment or lead me to who has it. there will be no questions asked... no police involved... you can even remain unknown... totally 100%.
one guitar is a les paul '68 reissue tri-burst (serial number 075758)
one guitar is a les paul standard sunburst
one guitar is a danelectro salmon colored U2
a full sized korg keyboard with weighted keys is gone
also a korg K3 synthesizer was taken
if a friend of yours recently got all of this new badass gear, let me know. any leads are nice. if you have any help at all i would greatly appreciate it. i hope who ever needs to read this will and do the 'right thing' and get some money out of it too.
if nothing shows up and i catch who did this, and i WILL solve this! you are fucked!
thank you guys so much! it sucks that people would do this and being sick on top of things does not make this any easier. pass on the word. i hope to see you guys at a show soon. :)
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