February 18, 2021 – Beginning next week, acoustic (end electric) guitar virtuoso Tommy Emmanuel will sell a collection of guitars and amps on his new reverb.com shop. The sale will benefit U.S. Veterans.
According to Reverb.com: “The Official Tommy Emmanuel Reverb Shop is opening its virtual doors once more, with a sweet cache of acoustic and electric guitars, amps, pedals, and accessories. A portion of proceeds from the shop will be donated to Guitars for Vets, which gives instruments to US military veterans to help ease post-traumatic stress disorder.”
Some of the guitars to be sold on Tommy Emmanuel’s New Reverb Shop are shown below:
Items to be included in the sale will include be a vintage 1945 Martin D-18 as well as one of the company’s modern Street Master acoustics, a Hofner bass, and a custom TSW Tele-style electric. But perhaps the most exciting instruments are Emmanuel’s own Tommy Emmanuel 808 Signature from Maton. Also included in the sale are five of his new signature Udo Roesner De Capo 75 amps as well as pedals from Boss and others. Being a veteran myself, I am pleased that partial proceeds of the sale will benefit Veterans.
Here is a video from Tommy describing the guitars and other items that will be part of his Reverb shop:
Check back here for a link to the shop when it goes live on Wednesday, February 24. You can read the press release and check out the other items to be up for sale on Tommy Emmanuel’s New Reverb Shop here.