Green Day Selling Guitars, Amps & Drums From Throughout Career on Reverb


Gear contains “Dookie” guitar, mud-caked amps from Woodstock ’94 and classic bass amps.

Green Day are cleansing out their closets. The veteran punk trio will probably be providing up greater than 100 items of substances from the previous 25 years, almost 50 of Billie Joe Armstrong's guitars, in addition to 5 of Tre Cool's drum units within the Official Green Day Reverb Shop, which launches on Feb. 7.

"If you hoard the fitting shit lengthy sufficient, they name you a collector," mentioned Cool in a video asserting the sale with a video montage of the gear on the block, which incorporates burned-out kits and a few uncommon Cool-designed drums. "So I’m promoting off only a wee little bit of the gathering. I’m not doing it any justice sitting round when somebody may very well be utilizing these items. I haven’t actually bought something ever — that is the primary time… I"m in all probability simply going to purchase all these items again at like three within the morning, as a result of I’m going to have a tough time parting with it."

The backside line for Armstrong is that after 25 years of amassing guitars and amps, he merely has too many to take care of, a few of which he's used and a few that simply sort of sat there amassing mud. “Every guitar to me has its personal character of no matter you need to do or no matter you're searching for. Or simply one thing that displays who you’re — the sort of songwriter you’re, the sort of guitar participant that you’re," he mentioned. "I really like all guitars, they're superior.”

Among the objects on the block are: certainly one of Armstrong's first-ever guitars, a Harmony Stella Parlor acoustic used to document "F.O.D." from 1994's Dookie, a uncommon 1958 Gibson Les Paul Gold Top guitar that's certainly one of his favorites, a hand-painted 1970s Gibson L6-S electrical guitar, a signed Gibson Billie Joe Armstrong Signature Les Paul Special electrical and speaker cupboards which can be nonetheless mud-caked from the band's Woodstock '94 set.

Various Cool's kits will even be within the combine, in addition to greater than 20 items of bassist Mike Dirnt's gear, together with a dozen amps he used from 1997-2003. Click here to see photos of all of the items.

Watch a video of the objects on the market beneath.