Video: Dweezil Zappa to Sell Guitars, Pedals & More on Reverb

Dweezil Zappa. Used with permission from the artist.

Next week, Dweezil Zappa will be opening the virtual doors to The Official Dweezil Zappa Reverb Shop, where the guitarist will sell incredible guitars, boutique pedals, and more gear used on stage and in the studio throughout his career. A portion of the proceeds from this shop will also go to support Feeding America.

In our video above, Zappa gives us a rundown of what we can expect.

The guitars in the collection will include a green Charvel that can be seen on the cover of Zappa's Havin' a Bad Day, a black Gibson Trini Lopez and Tobacco Burst 336, and many others from PRS, Hagstrom, and Fender.

There are also a number of custom-built instruments, including two guitars handbuilt by Neal Moser. One is a vibrantly patterned multi-color shredder that's as much a piece of art as it is a guitar. And another features an illustration from Frank Zappa's 1979 Sheik Yerbouti album.


Moser Multi-Color Custom Charvel Superstrat Gibson Trini Lopez Gibson Tobacco Burst 336 PRS Custom Build Fractal Audio AX8 Pigtronix Philosopher's Tone Vox Wah EarthQuaker Devices Levitation Analogman Sun Face NKT 275

Zappa's Reverb Shop will also feature scores of pedals, from an Italian Vox Wah to the best of today's boutique builders: Wampler, EarthQuaker Devices, Pigtronix, Bogner, Analogman, and more.

Additional tools of the trade that will be for sale include an Andrew Davies Butcher Block Snare, a Fractal Axe-FX Ultra, and lots of pieces of recording gear from Antelope, Tascam, Motu, Focusrite, and other brands.

The Official Dweezil Zappa Reverb Shop is live now.

After signing up for Zappa's shop, check out Reward Music, a new music platform where fans can hear and watch the latest music, videos, and concerts from artists like Dweezil Zappa and support them directly.

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