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Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine to sell nearly 150 items of gear via Reverb

Posted by on October 29, 2019

Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine has teamed up with Reverb to sell guitars, amps, and more. The vocalist/guitarist will open his own Reverb shop on November 4th and it will include almost 150 pieces of gear throughout his entire career.


Mustaine commented: 

“When you’ve been playing and touring for as long as I have, you tend to amass quite a collection of gear. They’re great instruments and they represent more than 40 years of playing, but I’ve got more than I could possibly use myself.

I owe so much to my fans. If it wasn’t for them, I wouldn’t even have all this gear. I’d rather give it back to them than let it sit and collect dust.”

 

According to the website, items will include:

  • Several Marshall EL34 100/100 Dual Monoblock amps, including one that is autographed and one that still has Mustaine’s settings marked.

  • An Akai MPC1000 drum machine that was used extensively on tour and autographed by Mustaine.

  • Several Zoom G2.1DM Dave Mustaine Signature pedals used by Mustaine on tour as indicated by the gaff tape still on the pedals.

  • A Furman PL-8 Power Conditioner amp autographed by Mustaine and last used on the Vimic song “Fail Me (My Temple),” on which Mustaine is featured.

  • Multiple Fractal Axe FX-11 amps used by Mustaine on tour.

  • A seven-piece DDrum drum kit with art from Peace Sells on the kick drum.

  • A Shure Wireless Megadeth Transmitter System with signed cases.

  • Several acoustic guitars, multiple effects pedals, kick pedals and crash symbols, and more.

 

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