Twin Peaks' Touring Gear Stolen in Chicago

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Twin Peaks' Touring Gear Stolen in Chicago

Chicago-based band Twin Peaks had approximately $5,000 worth of guitars, amps and other gear stolen from their trailer in Humboldt Park this week.

It was announced on the band’s social media on Tuesday afternoon that 11 items were taken from their trailer overnight, including a 1997 American Fender Telecaster, a 1960s Kay CustomKraft and a 1960s Epiphone Caballero Acoustic guitar. The band urged fans and followers to keep their eyes open for any of their items popping up in pawn shops or on Craigslist, promising “anyone who finds any of these items gets free Twin Peaks shows for life and some other rewards.”

According to Chicago’s WGN9, drummer Connor Brodner “noticed something was wrong when he went out to the band’s trailer, which was parked outside of his home in the 1000 block of North Kedzie in Humboldt Park, Tuesday morning.”

Guitarist Colin Croom received the stolen Telecaster when he was six years old. Brodner said, “It was the thing that introduced him to music. You know, something that’s become his life.”

A complete list of the stolen items can be found below:

97 American Fender Telecaster left-handed, serial No. N7313684.
60s Kay CustomKraftyellow sticker w old looking gangster on it (sticker not in photo).
60s Epiphone Cabellero Acoustic (the strap pin on the butt of the guitar is an input jack)
2018 Fender Mustang Bass – cream color
Two 2018 Fender Princeton 65 Reissue amps
Midi Keyboard – Novation Launchkey 49 mkii
BOSS – tuner pedal TU-3
BOSS – Bass overdrive pedal ODB-3
BOSS – Flanger pedal BF- 3
BOSS – Phase Shifter PH -3
BOSS – Chorus CEB-3

If you have any information regarding the stolen items, you can contact Chicago police at 312-744-8263. The band can be reached directly on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

Listen to Twin Peaks’ 2014 Daytrotter session below.

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