The sale will formally launch on Could twenty sixth at 11 a.m. ET/10 a.m. CT. The shop, nonetheless, is open now so consumers can preview the wares and join notifications when the store goes reside.
Barker additionally seems in a video teaser for the sale during which he discusses a few of the gadgets that will probably be accessible. Explaining the sale in a press release, he mentioned, “I simply moved into my new studio and I’ve received to half with a bunch of apparatus to create space. There’s a variety of cool devices right here, together with drum kits, drum machines, keyboards, and extra, that I want to cross on to the following technology to make numerous nice music with it.”
The drum package Barker performed within the music video for Blink-182’s “Adam’s Tune” is the centerpiece of the sale. Designed by Orange County Drums and Percussion, Barker referred to as the package “iconic” in a press release, including he usually referred to it because the “Evel Knievel Package.”
“It’s virtually too particular to me and it feels bizarre to tug it again out on tour or to even play it within the studio,” Barker continued. “It’s actually a timepiece and I can’t wait to see who finally ends up with it.”
One other spotlight from the sale is the drum package Barker performed within the music video for Field Automotive Racer’s “I Really feel So.” It was additionally designed by Orange County Drum and Percussion, whereas Barker’s childhood buddy, Troy Lee, painted it. “It has the good pinstriping and scorching rod artwork on it. It’s a very particular package to me.”
Barker’s store will boast over 100 gadgets, together with a number of keyboards he carried round with him on tour and utilized in his manufacturing work with artists like Machine Gun Kelly, Lil Wayne, Yungblud, and extra. There will even be a choice of bass guitars, bongos, turntables, congas, and different devices, plus over two dozen uncommon and classic boomboxes, which Barker has been accumulating since he was an adolescent. Barker will even be promoting six digital drum kits he used on his first solo album, Give the Drummer Some.
“I didn’t know how one can program or sequence but, so every part on that album was performed with only a ton of loops on these digital kits,” Barker mentioned. “I additionally favored touring with these and placing them in my dressing rooms. I might sit again and apply for hours earlier than I’d really exit on stage. I nonetheless use a few of these drum kits to today — I simply had multiples, in order that’s why I’m providing them to you guys.”