Mark Hoppus to sell used blink-182 and +44 gear

Mark Hoppus has launched a Reverb virtual store to sell his old gear used on blink-182 and +44 tours and albums.

Mark Hoppus to sell used blink-182 and +44 gear
Emily Carter

Following the launch of Tom DeLonge's Reverb shop in March, the former blink-182 man's ex-bandmate Mark Hoppus has now shared that he'll also be selling plenty of awesome used gear very soon.

Mark's Reverb shop opens its virtual doors from April 21, and features a bunch of stuff the musician used both with blink and +44 – from drum machines to keyboards to amps used both on record and on the road – as well as stuff during quarantine for the past year.

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In a video detailing what's going up for sale, Mark focusses in particular on an Orange amp head used on +44's debut (and at this time, only) album, When Your Heart Stops Beating – "Basically the main lead guitar tone across the entire +44 album is this amp and cabinet set up," he says.

There's also a Marshall amp and speaker cabinet used with blink, +44, New Found Glory and Motion City Soundtrack, a Bogner Uberschall amp head for a "dope heavy guitar sound", and much more – watch the video below, and see the full shop over at this link.

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