Sum 41's Deryck Whibley Is Selling the Guitar from the "In Too Deep" Video and More on Reverb

"I've never sold anything," the frontman said of his shop on the instrument marketplace. "It feels exciting to start fresh."
Sum 41's Deryck Whibley Is Selling the Guitar from the 'In Too Deep' Video and More on Reverb
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After parting ways with his publishing catalogue last year, Sum 41's Deryck Whibley is doing some more spring cleaning. For the first time ever, the frontman is selling guitars, amps and more gear — including the equipment used to make household pop-punk records All Killer No Filler and Does This Look Infected?

Looking to "start fresh" ahead of the band's forthcoming new album Heaven and Hell, Whibley is inviting you to peruse his collection — amassed over more than two decades — and shop his stash on Reverb, the largest online marketplace for new, used and vintage musical instruments.

Among the items up for sale are the musician's very first guitar cab, a Marshall 4x12 that was used on the band's debut album and appeared in the video for their hit "In Too Deep." He's also selling the Gretsch 6118 Anniversary guitar from the video for "Catching Fire" and the Wizard MTL Amplifier responsible for the heavy tone we'll hear on Heaven and Hell.

The Official Deryck Whibley of Sum 41 Reverb Shop opens on March 29. You can sign up to get notified when the items go live here.

Check out the video of Whibley introducing his Reverb shop below, and read Exclaim!'s interview with the musician from last year.