Find your tone. Reverb.com is a simple, fun way to browse vintage, used and new music gear including guitars, basses, amplifiers, effects/pedals, drums, keyboards, and pro-audio, or quickly post your own gear for sale.
- Search, browse & buy instruments and other musical gear
- Take photos and list your guitars, pedals, amps & effects for sale on Reverb
- Save your favorite items for later
Join the marketplace community that’s built by musicians. Reverb makes it easy to buy and sell gear online.
• Made offers a bit better, with better handling of quantity and addresses.
• Refund requests are now visible on a seller's list of orders.
• Added the ability to view notes about a refund from the order detail page.
• Update notification settings to give you more info on the kinds of notifications you may recieve from Reverb.
• Added a warning in notification settings if you have notifications disable at a system level.
• Fixed a rare crash when uploading a photo.
• Fixed (maybe) a rare crash when creating an account. Third times the charm!
• Added ability to upload full-res photos.
Ratings and Reviews
You’re better off at guitar center
Awful! We would’ve made more money at guitar center and that’s sad. We listed a fender guitar for $50 with $50 shipping. Once the guitar was purchased the label calculator said the cost would be $22 to ship. Once we went to purchase the label (literally 5 minutes later) it said it would be 53 to ship! There was an option on the same page for $5 for reverb’s shipping label and protection. Based on the app, we were under the impression we would pay the $5 to ensure we had insurance on the guitar and pay for an actual label at the UPS store. We went ahead and purchased what we thought was a $5 protection plan under reverb. We verified that did not have a $53 on our account (to avoid buying two labels) and went to UPS to purchase a label. The woman told us it was a $29 charge and we thought that was the end of it. Well turns out we have to pay reverb $58 plus their seller fees and the $29 from UPS is just for a box! I called to speak to a Reverb representative to explain our confusion and ask why I didn’t have a $53 charge pending on my account. He said I will get a bill statement and then pay reverb! If the charge would have been there I guarantee we would NOT have kept the process going. We would have called to void that charge and canceled the order for the guitar on reverb. Protect yourself and don’t give your instruments away for nothing. Don’t sell on reverb.
Developer Response ,
Hi there AO3627,
We're so so sorry to hear of your selling experience. Reverb is run by musicians to help other musicians buy and sell the gear they love. This experience does not represent the Reverb Community and we’d love to make this right for you. Please contact Reverb at firstname.lastname@example.org or 888-726-2728 and ask for Nick, one of our Customer Engagement Supervisors. We understand this has been a frustrating experience, but are happy to help. Thank you so much!
Reverb makes it SO EASY to not only find whatever musical “gear” that one is looking for, they will tell you about similar kinds of stuff (I don’t think that I would’ve even known about the Alesis Sample Pad Pro, which I just bought, if they hadn’t pointed it out to me while I was searching for “Electronic Drums”)
They also compare prices, which helps tremendously when someone, like myself, is on a “tight budget”.
It also helps that they are a trustworthy & reputable business on-line that stand firmly on customer satisfaction, a business model that, unfortunately, is becoming harder & harder to find these days.
Lastly, I have to say that I love the fact that they have created a place where a person can also advertise & sell their own gear without having to resort to eBay (or other on-line “auctions”) or places like Craigslist, where a seller can only hope to do so locally.
Bottom line: I LOVE REVERB. Whether you are a buyer or a seller (or both) I recommend REVERB highly!! 🎼🐵🙈🙉🙊🎶
Horrible search engine
I keep wanting Reverb to get it right. The major hassle is that they allow sellers to post junk search terms and file junk guitars under the brand of the parent company, but they don’t allow buyers to “exclude” those terms. Every rookie selling a Squier junker labels it a “Fender Squier”. There are separate categories for Fender and Squier, so Reverb allows garbage search terms. Fair enough. It says “by Fender” on the headstock. But for the love of god, allow me to exclude the term Squier from my search. EBay does it because it works. So either stop Squiers from being posted under Fender or allow searchers to exclude garbage brands.
The second screw up is in their “price reduction” notice. It isn’t clear how to do that. Hey Reverb, how about a 10% off button, or at least some confirmation? You know, something like “Are you sure you don’t want to knock an additional X dollars to get to 10%?”
Developer Response ,
We're sorry to read that you had a bad experience on Reverb. Our goal is to be the most reliable place to buy and sell gear on the internet. Would you be willing to let us look into your issues again by reaching out to our team at help.reverb.com?
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