Billie Joe Armstrong will be selling more guitars and an amp cabinet that he’s used on tour, in the studio, and in music videos.
Among the goods is a Burdett pump organ, a Martin acoustic from 1933, a pair of Jeff Tweedy’s touring preamps, and more.
Graham Coxon, Nels Cline, Steve Albini, Patrick Carney, Steve Vai and more also appear in the film, which is Reverb’s first documentary.
Mark is teaming with Reverb to sell gear he’s used on blink-182 and +44 albums and tours, and also when working on albums by other bands like Motion City Soundtrack and New Found Glory.
”Mike Fuller’s recent comments and behavior violate our established brand values and the principles in our Community Rules for Sellers and Buyers. We have prohibitions against any kind of racial discrimination, hate speech and any threat or encouragement of violence.”
”With Etsy as our parent company, we’ll remain the marketplace built for the music community by a team of musicians and music lovers,” Reverb’s CEO writes.