Old Flashing-182 guitarist Tom DeLonge sells a large number of its used musical instruments and equipment in exclusive partnership with Reverberation, the music e-commerce site announced earlier this week.
Similar to how Green day used the popular second-hand instrument website to sell their own second-hand equipment a few years ago, DeLonge’s dedicated artist shop, launching March 24, will feature a significant stock of equipment (over 100 pieces of equipment) which was used to register Blink-182 and Angels and waves albums and at concerts over the years. Some of the notable guitar amps, stompboxes, keyboards, and synthesizers to include in the online store are Marshal JMP-1 and Mesa Boogie TriAxis preamps, seven MXR Flanger pedals EVH-117, five Full tone Full-Drive 2 Mosfet overdrive pedals, two Roland Fantom X6 workstation keyboards and a number of used road cases.
“Over the years, I’ve collected so much musical material that has been used on different albums and tours, that now I’m overflowing with this stuff,” DeLonge said in a statement. “I need some space for the next Angels & Airwaves run so we can rehearse, do our stretches, hug and kiss each other, and all that other bullshit we have to do.”
The guitarist continued, “I want to pass this stuff on, and I’m thankful that I partnered with Reverb to do it. This equipment has done so much for me and gave me a chance to introduce my art to so many people… I really hope it can be used by someone with the same aspirations that I once had as a young musician. These are the kind of tools that can take a musician from a bedroom, to a garage, and to the stage. “
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Watch DeLonge promote their upcoming Reverb store in the video below.
Tom DeLonge Reverb Store Announcement
Click here for more detailed information on the instruments and equipment to be included in the sale.
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– Reverb (@reverb) March 17, 2021