Linkin Park are teaming up with Reverb to sell their old gear

In Partnership With Techno Empire

Linkin Park fans, get ready: the band have partnered with online gear monolith Reverb to sell off a huge amount of old music gear used by the group across their career.

Starting on Wednesday April 4, nearly 200 pieces of equipment will hit the website for sale, with a portion of the proceeds going to Music For Relief, an Entertaiment Industry Foundation program founded by the band to provide aid for communities struck by natural disasters. 


The stockpile of gear comes from Linkin Park's arsenal of equipment from the past 15 years of recording and touring, and includes everything from keytars, theremins, effects pedals, hardware samplers and road cases and even a megaphone. For dedicated collectors, there's also a few very rare models of the Open Labs Neko XXL Gen5 DAW keyboard workstation which was custom made for the band, making it the first time they've ever been made available to the public.



Check out the Linkin Park and Techno Empire Reverb Store here