Video: A Reverb Super Seller's Guitar and Synth Collection

Henry Brown runs The Bonfires Vintage Reverb shop, which is always full of some of the best vintage guitars, synths, amps, parts, and other gear on our site.

In our video above, Brown shows off some of the goods from his studio in Portland, Oregon, and tells us how selling on Reverb "took on a life of its own" and became a full-time job.

Grabbing just a few of his unique pieces of inventory, he treats us to an Epiphone Professional Outfit, a 1961 Gibson Barney Kessel, and one of his "absolute favorites," a Kustom K-200, which he believes is designed by Roger Rossmeisl, who is also responsible "for every weird ass guitar from the mid- to late '60s and early '70s."

He also shows off one of his "favorite sleeper amps of all time"—an Echolette B 40 N—as well as two killer vintage synths: an ARP Avatar and an Oberheim OB-XA.

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