Bad Reverb seller and no support from Reverb

Discussion in 'Effects' started by IanAshdown, Oct 28, 2020.

  1. Hammer

    Hammer Well-Known Member

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    Sure! Wutcha got? Pics? We must have pics. :D
     
  2. jtees4

    jtees4 Well-Known Member

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    Sorry you had an issue....but you can't assume a used pedal comes with an adapter. It's irrelevant if it had one originally. The ad either said it came with one, or it didn't. Period. That's just how used stuff works, anywhere...not just Reverb specific.
     
  3. IanAshdown

    IanAshdown New Member

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    Here are my original ‘The Paul’ and my Wine SG.

    Love them both!

    Ian 81A64DCA-9D33-4D1D-9C6F-A196CA4F0941.jpeg
     
  4. Chuteboxehero

    Chuteboxehero Well-Known Member

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    Love The Paul! I have a The SG and it's a phenomenal guitar! I need to get one of those....
     
  5. alex1fly

    alex1fly New Member

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    Working through a similar experience with Reverb. Bought a PRS SE Santana that the seller advertised as "Mint condition with a perfect setup!". The nut was trashed, the frets were rusty, and the pots were scratchy. I sent him photos and he said it was impossible - like I was trying to set him up. And this is after I waited an extra two weeks for USPS to lose and find the guitar without requesting a refund (which I could have within Reverb's T&Cs). Not a guy I would trust to process a refund. I replaced the nut and cleaned the pots, NBD... good lesson that buying gear is still "buyer beware"!

    BTW that LP looks freaking amazing!
     
  6. IanAshdown

    IanAshdown New Member

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    It does need a particular power supply. 9.6v Vs 9v
     
  7. Darryl Fisher

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    "Buyer beware" wasn't put out there for nothing...
    Many used items are just the hardware, not the things to hook them up with...no battery compartment ? Wasn't made that way...
     
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