Green Day Teams Up With Reverb To Launch New Shop Featuring Their Old Gear
Soon, you’ll be able to own a piece of Green Day‘s private collection. The rock band has teamed up with Reverb to launch their own shop featuring over 100 pieces of music gear from the past 25 years.
The Official Green Day Reverb Shop launches Thursday, February 7 and features items from each member, including guitars from Billie Joe Amstrong, such as his Harmony Stella Parlor Acoustic, and five drum sets from Tre Cool. Other pieces up for sale are:
– A 1950s Gibson ES-125 TCD Electric Guitar used live on tour in support of 21st Century Breakdown, Uno… Dos… Tré!, and Revolution Radio
– A 1950s Gibson ES-140T Electric Guitar that Armstrong used on the tour bus throughout the Green Day tour supporting American Idiot
– A 1972 Fender Telecaster Deluxe Electric Guitar that Armstrong used live on the 21st Century Breakdown World Tour
– A 1970s Gibson L6-S Electric Guitar that was hand-painted by Armstrong and used live on tour
“Every guitar has its own character. Each one reflects who you are—the kind of songwriter you are, the kind of guitar player that you are. Used guitars, in particular, come with a history to them. I love the character you can see looking at a fretboard that’s been used,” said Armstrong, who sold several guitars, amps, and more on Reverb just over a year ago. “After 30 years of collecting odds and ends and really good stuff … I have to sell some of it off.”
For more information, check out the preview video below and visit Reverb on February 7 to take part in the sale.
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