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Reverb.com: A New Marketplace for Buying and Selling Gear

1 Comment 19 November 2013

Reverb.com: A New Marketplace for Buying and Selling Gear

From SoundCtrl: After a year of beta testing, Reverb.com, a new platform for buying and selling musical instruments and gear, received a successful $2.3 million round of funding from musicians and seasoned startup investors.

Reverb.com, which launched officially in June, was started in late 2012 by David Kalt, the owner of the successful vintage guitar dealer Chicago Music Exchange. Kalt’s frustration with eBay and Craigslist inspired him to create a marketplace for musicians that would challenge the existing methods of selling gear. Now Reverb is up and running, offering expert knowledge, user experience, free listings, low transaction fees, and accurate pricing tools, including the Reverb Price Guide, which functions like the site’s Blue Book. Click on the link below to read more…

Author: Brian Parker, SoundCtrl

Read More/Original Source: http://www.soundctrl.com/blog/reverb-com-launches-for-selling-and-buying-used-instruments/

Reverb.com: http://reverb.com/

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  1. GuitarAC says:

    Nice looking site. Lots of people are making boutique pedals these days and reverb looks like a good place to sell. Not everyone can make their own site. Nice fees too - 3.5%, makes it an attractive option compared to the other sites.


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