REVERB sold to ETSY ... Good or bad decision ?

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  1. DrBGood

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    Probably better for sellers, we'll have to see about buyers. If i's more efficient prices could take a small dip, although, I haven't found a lot of bargains on Reverb. I have had very good dealings there.
     
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    Voxman Moderator Staff Member

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    Reverb seems to be somewhat of a pie in the sky kinda place with a seller spin on everything trying to justify sky prices. I do keep an ear to the ground thing going on over there though!
     
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    I have bought and sold a lot of stuff on Reverb. Many high price listings have a "make an offer" option....that's how I usually end up selling. Sure I start high, and then I listen to offers. I also usually buy by making an offer.
     
  5. Hector

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    I've never used Reverb. I have read horror stories from sellers where they get shafted by buyer who experience "buyer's remorse" and pretend they received a broken guitar in order to get their money back. But that may or may not be rare ?
     

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