The money raised from the sale of gear will go to Linkin Park-founded organization Music For Relief

April 3, 2018

If you’ve always wanted to own some piece of Linkin Park studio gear, you finally have a chance to obtain it! The group has announced a special auction that’s going to take place tomorrow, Wed, April 4, through Reverb. The musicians are selling off more than 200 pieces of their studio and concert gear.

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These are the technical and stage items that Linkin Park members actually used, and it’s everything you dreamed of. From a Yamaha keytar to Pioneer DJ remix stations, to road cases, to vocoder pedals and amplifiers. There are also smaller pieces that fans will appreciate, such as backstage LP banners, stickers, etc. The portion of the proceeds for the items sold in the auction will go to LP’s charity organization Music for Relief.

Check out the official announcement the auction:

“Throughout the last 13 years, Linkin Park fans have been incredibly generous supporters of Music For Relief, truly enabling our mission to help survivors and communities in the wake of natural disasters,” says Whitney Showler, VP Operations and Programs at EIF. “Music for Relief is honored to be the beneficiary of this rare opportunity Linkin Park is offering to own a piece of their history.”

To other Linkin Park news, Loudwire reports that Mike Shinoda has been booked for an appearance at the 2018 LoveLoud Festival. The festival has impressive lineup, which also includes Imagine Dragons, Zedd and others. The festival, which is aimed at helping LGBTQ+ charitable organizations, will take place July 28 at Rice Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City, Utah.

If you’re excited about buying some Linkin Park gear, go to the auction website for the full list of items on the block. Who knows, maybe you’ll be the proud owner of the stage or studio equipment the band actually used…

Some of the items on Linkin Park auction list:

  • A Yamaha KX5 Keytar that joined the band on several tours, becoming a fan favourite joke prop. The keytar comes with a Linkin Park banner used backstage for signings and other fan events.
  • A Moog Etherwave Plus Theremin used by Mike Shinoda during live shows in 2010, including the 2010 MTV VMAs.
  • An Amplivox S602M Megaphone used by Brad Delson during live shows in 2011.
  • Multiple Open Labs Neko XXL Gen5 DAW Keyboard Workstations used by the band on tour. These “Linkin Park Special Edition” models were exclusive to the band and never released publically.
  • Several Akai MPC500 Music Production Center Sampler Sequencers used on multiple tours to trigger sounds, samples, and beats.
  • A road case used on tour and featuring more than a dozen Linkin Park and other stickers.
  • Several Pioneer DJ RMX 1000 Remix Stations, Electro-Harmonix EHX V256 Vocoder Pedals.
  • Moog MP-201 Multi-Pedal Expression Foot Controller all used live on tour.

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