“It's only been a month since we got the opportunity,” Schneider said of the new endeavor. “It's now at the moment where I'm getting really excited. It feels real.”
According to a post on Green Day's official website, the shop will be debuting with around 75 guitars on the walls, most of which will be taken from both Armstrong and Schneider's personal collections. They will also be selling amplifiers and offer instrument repair work.
“We want to be a shop for musicians,” Schneider told East Bay Express. “The focus is used American guitars: Gretsch, Fender, and not necessarily just vintage ones.”