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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.
Etsy, much like Reverb, is a marketplace for sellers. Most of the issues that you may have with either website will be with the seller themselves and not with the site. They do offer some guarantees to sellers and buyers in case anything goes wrong for either end.