Items from late Slipknot bassist Paul Gray’s personal collection to be auctioned

Gary Miller/FilmMagicItems from late Slipknot bassist Paul Gray's personal and private collection will be auctioned online next month via

The catalog includes Gray's tour used instruments, amps and gear, setlists, stage-worn attire, signed memorabilia and various personal items.

"Each of the guitars and jumpsuits has their own story to tell and represent a significant element of Paul Gray's touring and recording history," says Backstage Auctions founder Jacques van Gool. "I have personally worked with [Gray's widow] Brenna Gray over the past 18 months and her final selection of items from Paul's collection is amazing and truly honors Paul's legacy. She has hand-picked items that will appeal to Paul Gray and Slipknot collectors all around the world."

The auction will be held April 1-9, with a special VIP catalog preview held March 26-31.

Gray co-founded Slipknot with percussionist Shawn "Clown" Crahan in 1995. He died in 2010 at age 38. The title of Slipknot's latest album, 2014's .5: The Gray Chapter, is named in honor of Gray.

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