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Discussion in 'Bay Watch' started by saipan, Jul 23, 2019.
reverb sold out/got bought by another company called etsy.
You hadn't heard of Etsy before?
I've purchased from both sites and had zip for issues. I don't have any problem with the two merging with the caveat that I'm a buyer only. I don't have any skin on the seller side of things.
never heard of etsy, was impressed by the money though. makes me want to start a .com in my basement.
Some company is always being bought by some other company. I'll reserve my opinion until I have experience with Revetsy.
I've bought custom decals, shirts, vinyl stickers, stainless steel drinking straws and any number of other "human-made" stuff there over there. Heck my custom braided paracord hatband was purchased from an Aussie with an Etsy store.
I'd be surprised if @Otto99 didn't have himself a store on Etsy.
I do! Actually three!
@Raiyn, did Reverb always sell vintage stereo equipment? I’ve never shopped for guitars, having that benevolent son who gives them to me, so I wasn’t sure, but a Reverb ad showed up on my Facebook page, and it had some stereo gear from my college days. And the ad layout and all looked so very Etsy, I just was wondering if Etsy is channeling the vintage electronics to Reverb now.
To be honest, that's not something I ever looked for on Reverb. I look at pedals, pickups, and cables mainly.