David Ellefson sells used and studio Megadeth Gear


Old MEGADETH bass player David Ellefson separates from several signed pieces of the group’s equipment.

EllefsonThe official merchant site has listed five MEGADETH-related items including a 12-string Hamer bass guitar used on the album (price: $ 1,500), a black Jackson CBXM IV David Ellefson X Series signature bass ($ 1,500), a used Jackson X David Ellefson signature series on tour concert bass CBX five-string bass guitar ($ 2,500), MEGADETH used Hartke Hydrive 8×10 “cabinets in flight cases ($ 4000) and a MEGADETH used flight case with five Hartke LH1000 heads ($ 6,500).

Ellefson was fired from MEGADETH earlier this year after the posting of sexually explicit messages and video footage involving the bassist on Twitter. At the time, Ellefson was charged with treating a minor through videos and online messages. David denied the allegation and repeatedly stated that the woman in question was a consenting and consenting adult at the time of their virtual intercourse. Ellefson accompanied his denial with an alleged screenshot of a statement from the woman he was allegedly involved with at the time. In it, the woman admitted to recording the alleged intimate communications she had with Ellefson and calls himself “naive” for having shared them with a friend without the permission of the musician.

David was in MEGADETH since the creation of the group in 1983 to 2002, and again from 2010 until its last release.

In 2004, Ellefson filed an $ 18.5 million lawsuit against Dave mustaine, alleging the MEGADETH the leader cheated him on profits and pulled out of a deal to turn Megadeth inc. to him when the group broke up in 2002. The lawsuit was ultimately dismissed and Ellefson joined MEGADETH in 2010.

David, a Christian who started the Mega Ministries of Life worship group in 2007, studied for a year at Concordia Lutheran Seminary in St. Louis almost ten years ago.

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