Noel Gallagher selling Oasis guitars
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Oasis fans may have to let go of hopes that brothers Liam and Noel Gallagher will reunite, but they can own a piece of Oasis history.

Noel Gallagher is selling guitars, amps, and other equipment used during the band's heyday through marketplace Reverb. The sale totals 50 items used by Oasis both on tour and in the recording studio. Some of the sale's highlights include a '60s Epiphone Professional guitar and amp set played by on tour and in the studio, a Vox Foundation bass head and Supreme cabinet with a printed setlist from the Oasis rehearsal held before their last show, and a late-'90s Mellotron Mk VI used in numerous Oasis recordings.

"When you’ve been playing as long as I have, you tend to amass a huge amount of gear, and it’s not doing me or anyone else any good if it’s just sitting around," Noel said on Reverb's sale page. "These pieces have a lot history, but they’re still very playable. I’d love to get them into the hands of someone who will put them to good use."

The sale goes live Oct. 2, but you can preview the items now.

Meanwhile, Noel's continuing on with his new musical endeavor, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, who also announced a new album Monday titled Who Built the Moon? due out Nov. 24 with a tour to follow in 2018. The album is a follow-up to 2015's Chasing Yesterday.