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Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong Is Selling Loads Of His Guitars

Jack Rogers
Jack Rogers 19 December 2017 at 10.48

Own a piece of Green Day history. 

Green Day's
Billie Joe Armstrong has joined forces with Reverb to sell some of his old guitars and gear. 

Alongside three of his Gibson Les Paul Juniors, the 1970s Martin D-41 that was used on '21 Guns' and Victoria tweed amp that was used to record the intro to 'American Idiot' will also be available to buy. 

Bille Joe had this to say about the store:

“Used guitars, in particular, come with a history to them. I love the character you can see looking at a fretboard that’s been used—you can see where someone played it in clubs, in barns, in churches. We had a guitar come through our store, and you could just see the smoke from the clubs it was played in. It was beautiful. I hope the gear from the Green Day Reverb shop goes to someone that plays it.”

Check out a video showing off the selection of guitars below: 


The shop will be open from December 20. 

Green Day recently released a greatest hits compilation called 'God's Favorite Band' via Reprise Records. 

Here's the video for their new track 'Back In The USA':

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