Reverb

Description

Reverb is the world's largest site for music gear, where you can sell new, used or vintage instruments and equipment. Reverb currently has 1.7 million registered users, and gets over 80 million visitors annually.

Listings on the site are in a fixed-price format, but sellers do have the option to allow buyers to make offers. Reverb is listing-driven, so sellers get their own listings. They also get their own store, which they can use to promote their stock.

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Re: The Future Of UK Marketplaces

...more specialty oriented like Etsy and Reverb serve them better. I actually think... more

Re: What is holding you back ?

...on eBay, Amazon (US, UK, and Canada), Reverb (niche specific), NewEgg, as well as... more

Re: programmer here in the nyc

...inventory from Amazon, EBay, New Egg, Reverb, and several website providers... more

Availability

Worldwide

Pricing

Listing Fees There are no listing fees
Sales Commission Reverb charge 3.5% sales commission. The fee minimum fee is $0.50 and the maximum is $350.
Payment Fees Direct checkout fee 2.7% + $0.25, or PayPal can be used.

Categories

Marketplaces & Channels » Sales Channels

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Re: The Future Of UK Marketplaces

...more specialty oriented like Etsy and Reverb serve them better. I actually think... more

Re: What is holding you back ?

...on eBay, Amazon (US, UK, and Canada), Reverb (niche specific), NewEgg, as well as... more

Re: programmer here in the nyc

...inventory from Amazon, EBay, New Egg, Reverb, and several website providers... more

Re: Which ecommerce platform/solution do you use?

...1 website 3. eBay 4. Amazon 5. Reverb.com 6. New Egg 7. 11Main 8.... more

Re: Introduce yourself here

...as marketplaces including eBay, Amazon, Reverb, New Egg, and 11Main. Webretailer... more

Re: Own eCommerce Store Or Marketplace?

...really only had significant business on Reverb.com. I've tried Rakuten (biggest... more

Re: Which is your most profitable sales channel?

... After that, it would be a site called Reverb.com, which is a specialty site to my... more

Re: Are you trying any different marketplaces?

...launched on recently are 11Main.com and Reverb.com. It was painful to build the... more
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Sell on Reverb. No listing fees. Reach millions of musicians.

3.5% fee if it sells

List as many items as you want for free. Only pay if your listing sells on

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You're in the company of over a hundred thousand sellers and a million customers.

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Updated 5 Apr 2018.

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