Re: Selling advice
Posted: Fri Jun 17, 2016 3:40 am
Has anyone ever has any experience with selling items through Reverb.com?? -https://reverb.com/
Welcome to SOUND ON SOUND magazine's recording and production forums, described by some as "an oasis of rationality".
Sam Spoons wrote:I suspect the days of 'Shonky Shop" bargains are well behind us now :frown:. The internet means your Cash Converters et al can easily find out the value of nearly everything. Sad but I have my £27.50, car boot sail Mountain D45 to reassure me such things were once possible......
Arpangel wrote:My best find was a pair of Rogers BBC LS3/5a speakers for £3, perfect working order.
Martin Walker wrote::shock:Arpangel wrote:My best find was a pair of Rogers BBC LS3/5a speakers for £3, perfect working order.
:wtf: :wtf: :wtf: :wtf: :wtf: :wtf:
James Perrett wrote:Some people can't be bothered with looking up prices on the internet or selling on Ebay - they just want rid of something. Those are the people you need to be looking for if you want a bargain. A friend of mine saw a Juno 6 at a boot sale for £15 not long ago so bargains still exist.
BigRedX wrote:But £15 is probably all it is worth. Let's face it no one in the early 80s went out and bought a Juno 6 because that's what they really wanted. They bought it because they couldn't afford a Prophet or an Oberheim. Certainly everyone I knew at the time would much rather have had something with a better sound and programmable memories, but they ended up with the Juno 6 because it was the cheapest polyphonic synth available.
Also by now it will probably need a lot of expensive repairs to keep it functioning. Yes £15 is about the right price for one.