200 Instruments Used By Linkin Park Ready To Be Sold To Fans For Charity
On 5th April 2018
If you are a Linkin Park fan too, then listen up! The musical instruments used by the band itself for the past 15 years are ready to be sold in an auction for charity. The gear also includes Yamaha KX5 Keytar and "Linkin Park Special Edition" models which have never been released in public before.
#1. Linkin Park Music Gear Ready To Be Sold
The music instruments used by Linkin Park over the past 15 years are set to be sold to the supportive fans in the near future. The band has announced the sell out of its personal instruments which were used on stage and in studio as well. The favorite prop which is Yamaha KX5 Keytar (featured in the "What I've Done" video) is also included among the 200 pieces of gear and equipment.
#2. The Money Will Be Used For Charity
Techno Empire and Reverb are the partners responsible for selling the Linkin Park's music gear. The gear also includes a Moog Etherwave Plus Theremin which was used by the band's co-founder, Mike Shinoda at the MTV Music Awards 2010. The money raised by the sell out of the precious music gear will be used for charity purpose.
#3. Music For Relief Will Be Benefitted By The Sale
While talking about Linkin Park and its association with Music For Relief, EIF vice-president of operations and programs Whitney Showler said, "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". "Music for Relief is honored to be the beneficiary of this rare opportunity Linkin Park is offering to own a piece of their history," she added.
#4. Fans Are Ready To Get Their Hands On The Gear
The auction will be held on April 4th and will be hosted by Reverb. The crazy fans are all ready to lay their hands on the valuable instruments used by the Linkin Park musicians themselves.