Former LIMP BIZKIT Guitarist Puts Guitar Head Up For Sale

October 19, 2002

Former LIMP BIZKIT and current EAT THE DAY guitarist Wes Borland has placed a Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier guitar amplifier head for sale via Ebay at this location.

"You are bidding on a Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier guitar amplifier head that was used in my live rig during the 6 years that I was with LIMP BIZKIT," Borland writes in a message to prospective bidders on his Ebay page. "The head is heavily used and has some pyrotechnic dust/residue inside. The head works great and sounds amazing. The only reason I am selling it under my name, is to explain the wear and tear and because I have sold an item previously and had the buyer sell it again using my name for more money. I have several of these heads. I don't need this head anymore. I would rather it be played than sitting in storage."

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