LA gear store Techno Empire is teaming up with to give Linkin Park fans the opportunity to own a piece of the band's legacy—and support an amazing cause.

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Beginning this Wednesday, April 4, nearly 200 pieces of Linkin Park gear that they've used in the studio and on the road will be put up for sale.

Even cooler? A portion of the proceeds will benefit Music for Relief, an Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF) program founded by Linkin Park that's dedicated to providing aid to people and communities affected by natural disasters.

A few of the items for sale include:

-A Yamaha KX5 Keytar that joined the band on several tours (plus, the keytar comes with a Linkin Park banner used backstage for signings and other fan events)

-A Moog Etherwave Plus Theremin used by Mike Shinoda during live shows in 2010, including the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards

-Several Akai MPC500 Music Production Center Sampler Sequencers used on multiple tours to trigger sounds, samples and beats

-A road case used on tour that features more than a dozen Linkin Park and other stickers

“Throughout the last 13 years, Linkin Park fans have been incredibly generous supporters of Music for Relief, truly enabling our mission to help survivors and communities in the wake of natural disasters,“ VP Operations and Programs at EIF Whitney Showler said. 

“Music for Relief is honored to be the beneficiary of this rare opportunity Linkin Park is offering to own a piece of their history.”

Take a peek at a portion of the items available for sale here.

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