Former LIMP BIZKIT Guitarist To Sell Guitar Head Anonymously
Former LIMP BIZKIT and current EAT THE DAY guitarist appears to have changed his mind about using his own name to sell a Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier guitar amplifier head via Ebay.
"So now I'm not going to be selling the guitar heads under my own name," Borland wrote on the EAT THE DAY web site. "It just seemed too gay to me (and I mean gay in a Wayne Newton/Neil Diamond kind of way, not a homosexual way). I just couldn't stomach it. The heads are being sold as we speak and the people who buy them won't even know that they're mine. I think that's better. Sorry to any of the folks that bid on the first one I put up on ebay. Bye."
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