Excellent app. Pics load quickly and i can view my list easily. Works well with PayPal
Simple easy and to the point when you need musical stuffs
The amount of beautiful gear found on this website is detrimental to my marriage. Musical gear for musicians. Screw e-Bay, honestly. This site will have better gear, from the people who played it and cated for it. Not some BS pawn shop or Mom and Pop that hate that rock and roll. Can suggest enough. Seriously, my guitar collection has doubled since dl'd the app. Thanks Reverb! When I get divorced, I am sleeping at your place. I'm talking to you, Reverb.
Update to search means adding to feed needs category. Breaking it further? Great website experience but the app hides all the great things about reverb
Reverb (not the app but the actual site) was great! when launched in 2013. Since then, Chicago Music Exchange has opened it up to big box guitar stores and for free...allowing them to compete with the very audience that supported the eBay-like but musician-based community they targeted in the first place. Just plain dumb to water down your own wonderfully unique and altruistic idea. For a measly 3.5% per sale you can see why it pays (is highly lucrative) when scaled-up...just like their nemesis and primary competitor... eBay! Guitars listed by the little guy just sit and languish, all the while being viewed 8 million times like some circus attraction. The main body of sales now flows through the pockets of the already wealthy instead of the community that wholeheartedly supported Reverb in the beginning. Corporate greed rules again! Make your purchases through the smaller shops and individual sellers and fight back!
You can now edit your personal profile from the app.
The "add to feed" button now includes the count of other people following the thing you can add to your feed.
The design for related products in search and product screens has been updated.
Fixed some small bugs.