Ex-Blink-182 and current Angels & Airwaves frontman Tom DeLonge recently did a spring cleaning of his studio and apparently realized he owns too much gear. So, in order to make space for upcoming rehearsals and recording sessions, the singer/guitarist decided to sell some of it.
DeLonge teamed up with online music memorabilia marketplace Reverb and will offer more than 100 pieces of equipment to fans and collectors. The list of the items, all of which have been used by Blink-182 and Angels & Airwaves in the studio or on tours, includes pedals, amps, road cases, and keyboards.
According to DeLonge, all road cases have the band’s marks and stickers on them, while one of the synths comes with Angels & Airwaves presets and has been used since the formation of the band.
“I’m excited for anybody that’s a fan of the music that I was fortunate enough to make and be part of to get their hands on this gear,” said DeLonge in an official presentation video. “So hopefully you guys will find something you like.”
DeLonge’s Reverb show is officially “opening” on March 24th.
Tom DeLonge is currently working on a new album with A&A, which will be released by the end of the year. This will be the band’s first studio effort since 2014’s The Dream Walker. DeLonge previously released his debut solo record, To the Stars… Demos, Odds and Ends, in 2015.