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In this PDF, I’ll discuss 5 tips to sell your gear (used or new) on Reverb fast. I’ll cover ways to make your listing great like how to take good photos and write a detailed description. I’ll touch on how to price your gear, using Reverb’s “Bump” feature, and listing your gear on other sites to increase your chances of selling it fast. Whether you’re selling used or new, you should find useful, actionable tips in this guide.
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Your information is definitely valuable and is worth the read. For the most part the info is accurate except for the EBay portion. It appears that Reverb has driven down the Ebay fees and are now at 3.5% for musical instruments. At least that was the way it appears to me.
Just another benefit of the free market system.
Thanks for sharing the tips for posting gear for sale at Reverb and Craigslist. It was a helpful.