Selling a guitar is something that most of us have had to do at some point. Many of us sell them to fund future gear purchases or to cover bills, while others sell them because they simply don’t have enough space. No matter how you look at it, selling guitars that we’re part of our musical journey is rarely a happy event. With this in mind, I always think it’s awesome when people simply refuse to let go of their guitars. There’s just something really cool about someone wanting to hold on to every piece of their musical journey.
In a recent interview with Guitar.com Trivium guitarist Corey Beaulieu revealed that aside from one instance, he still has all of his guitars. Some dating all the way back to the earliest days of his journey as a player. Beaulieu also revealed that he guesses that he has somewhere around 70 guitars but he has lost count. Additionally, Corey talks about some of his favorite guitars in his collection as well as the stories behind them. You can read the full article here.
Be sure to support Trivium by listening to their new record What The Dead Men Say, out now on Roadrunner Records.