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OEM Music Software - Don't Fall For It!
For everything after the recording stage: hardware/software and how you use it.
I have had vastly more good experiences than bad using ebay (both as a buyer and a seller). I'd say it's still the best place to sell stuff, the trade off is that you are competing with lots more buyers for that elusive bargain :( The bargains still turn up if you're patient :D
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Finally taking this recording lark seriously (and recording my Gypsy Jazz CD)........
The Elf wrote:And I'll second that..Mike Stranks wrote:Well, as it's been dragged... :)No. It.Isn't..I stopped using EBay many years ago, it's just a bad place
I'm with Mike too. I've been on it for 20 years, mostly as a buyer, and still buy from it regularly. I've only once needed a refund from PayPal, which was instant.
Over the 2 decades I got bits for my Apple mac from US back when they weren't so popular here (Performa machines era), I still get bits for my 82 motorcycle on it which are unobtainable elsewhere. It's good for OOP CDs too.
It's not perfect, but it's a very useful web site for me.
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