Joe Principe Announces Reverb Shop with Personal Gear for Sale
Rise Against bassist Joe Principe has teamed up with Reverb.com to sell two decades’ worth of his gear. Ranging from basses to amps to pedals, the list of gear includes many pieces used to record Rise Against’s albums.
At the top of the list are five of his prized basses: a Fender Tony Franklin Fretted Precision used to record 2011’s Endgame and the pivotal single “Help is on the Way,” a Fender P Bass American ’57 Reissue US Vintage Series used to record 2006’s The Sufferer & the Witness, a Fender Geddy Lee Made-In-Japan Jazz Bass used on 2004’s Siren Song of the Counter Culture, a Sonic Blue Nash P Bass used on their 2017 album Wolves, and a 2014 Fender Custom Shop ProtoBass.
You can see the ’57 Reissue P Bass in the band’s music video for “Prayer of the Refugee”:
The full list of Principe’s gear for sale is available now via his Reverb Shop.