Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Machine Head's Rob Flynn Gets Robbed, Offers Reward

By Kathleen Richards
Wed, Sep 8, 2010 at 3:12 PM

Machine Head's Rob Flynn lost gear and other valuables yesterday when his Martinez home was broken into. The guitarist/vocalist was not home when robbers broke into his residence yesterday afternoon and stole three guitars, including one from Pantera's Dimebag Darrell and the one that Flynn used to record the band's first album, Burn My Eyes. Flynn is offering a cash reward for the two guitars. The full press release after the jump...


Guitarist/vocalist Robb Flynn of San Francisco Bay Area group MACHINE HEAD suffered a severe invasion of personal property yesterday, September 7th, as thieves broke into his home between 1:15pm and 3:15pm PST. Flynn and his family were not present during the invasion, and many priceless items were stolen from his home. These items include the guitar that Flynn recorded MACHINE HEAD's first album, Burn My Eyes, with, a gifted guitar from late PANTERA guitarist Dimebag Darrell (pictured above), and Flynn’s son Zander’s mini Flying V; a gift he received from his family for Christmas. Other items stolen include Flynn’s wife’s jewelry, laptops, wakeboards, and cash.

“I am offering a $1,000 reward for the return of the black Ibanez Strat along with many stickers, a ‘Designated Drinker’ sticker,” announces Flynn. “Additionally, I am offering a $2,000 reward for the safe return of the blue Washburn Dimebolt prototype.

“An APB has been put out to every Guitar Center in Northern California and the police were able to get several fingerprints off of the two acoustics that the thieves handled, yet bizarrely left behind. Sightings of two suspicious vehicles have been reported, one a green/teal U.S.-make pickup truck, the other a white full-size work van.

“If anyone sees or hears of anything on Craigslist, eBay, at their guitar shop... anything, anywhere, Please contact us at immediately.”

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