TESTAMENT Guitarist Selling Gear
TESTAMENT guitarist Alex Skolnick has issued the following update:
"After so many years in the music biz, it's gotten to the point that I honestly have more gear than I know what to do with. I've been thinking about doing this for a few years now and am finally ready.
"A part of me didn't want to part with a lot of this gear as it's been with me for so many years and much of it has been used for important tours, recordings and photo shoots. However, after so much accumulation, I come to the following conclusion: if you own something, store it, never use it and don't even think about it for several years, it's probably time to get rid of it! Obviously I have some precious gear from the past which I will hang on to. But it's time for a massive spring cleaning.
"I really want to provide other musicians with the joy of owning this gear, all of which I stand by and have been proud to use for the creation of music. It's time to pass it on. May the best bidders win!"
More information will be posted at www.alexskolnick.com.
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