Stephen Kellogg’s guitars and gear stolen in Seattle – Let’s help him find them

Musician Stephen Kellogg had two Gibson guitars and other gear stolen from his van at the Marriott in Seattle. Here are the details from his manager Jessica Martin:

Stolen was a Gibson Southern Jumbo (serial number 2424030) and a Gibson Hummingbird, plus his pedal train pedal board with various pedals as well as a microphones, cables, harmonicas, etc.

Please keep an eye out. Check your local pawnshops, etc. If you have any information, please email Jessica at jessica AT stephenkellogg.com. Jessica is also on Twitter. One of the guitars is pictured here. Let’s get this information out there and help Stephen find his gear.

Stephen Kellogg with one of the two stolen Gibson guitars

Stephen Kellogg with one of the two stolen Gibson guitars

5 thoughts on “Stephen Kellogg’s guitars and gear stolen in Seattle – Let’s help him find them

  1. thanks for the info, the fb post was lacking in detail and muddied with people offering him their dusty guitars, instead of actual help. I live in Belltown, and I hit all the pawn shops on my bike ride home. The shops say they do a great job of reporting and talking to each other, so hopefully the police report and ppl calling around will help!

  2. Reblogged this on A Biscuit In The Sun and commented:
    I shudder to think of Seattle acquiring a bad reputation among musicians as a place where jackasses loot your shit with impunity. Seattle / Portland friends, keep your eyes open in and out of pawn shops for Stephen Kellogg’s Gibson Southern Jumbo and Gibson Hummingbird.

  3. Hope ya’ll have been monitoring Craigslist, although it’s hard to know which location to check since people are smarter than you’d think and Craigslist has crappy search limitations (not like they care). Lots of jerks sell shady stuff there before pawnshops now. Ebay too, but unlikely. This sounds terrible, but I’ve heard so many stories like this…and sometimes security guards or other employees who watch musicians loading/unloading gear are implicated (when the cops actually put some work into looking for your stuff. Not sure how you’d look into that…but I sincerely hope they will turn up!

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