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  • Expanded TD-10 module for sale

    Selling my EXP. TD-10 Module, Unit is only 6 months old, check it out on E-bay at Auction number 1404828767, Make me an offer and i might close down the auction an sell.

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    I don't understand why people put there stuff on ebay, THEN come here to announce it. Its a shame. Why not give this audience a shot first, then go to Ebay if you have no luck?
    Roland V-Pro TD20 expanded with V Expressions
    Presonus Firepod
    Reaper
    Acoustic- Spaun drums, Dunnett snare & Paiste Signature Series Cymbals.

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    • #3
      What is the reserve? Also, a bit of advice. If you relist it on Ebay, put v drum or v drums in the subject line. When I look for v drums on Ebay, I type that in the search parameters. I bet this ad will not reach as many interested parties due to that not being in the ti9tle....just a thought..
      Roland V-Pro TD20 expanded with V Expressions
      Presonus Firepod
      Reaper
      Acoustic- Spaun drums, Dunnett snare & Paiste Signature Series Cymbals.

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      • #4
        Sorry to disappoint you steve........The reserve is $1000.

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        • #5
          Gotta agree with Steve...why support Ebay when we've got this awesome forum available here? Use this forum first and keep it amongst friends!

          Props to the site management.
          STUMP

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          • #6
            All:
            My first inclination is to agree...no sense lining the pockets when you can sell it for nothing! However, before taking pot-shots at folks' money decisions, it's worth nothing that there are a few things that eBay has to offer . . .
            1) Traffic. Although this forum looks active, 90% of the postings are coming from a dozen or so regulars, and even if you add up everyone who passes by here, it comes to a mminiscule percentage compared to eBay (not to mention that the majority of the folks here already have their hardware). Traffic means a better chance at higher return.
            2) Feedback, email verification, and proxy/escrow payment. Without it, folks are just ASCII's in the crowd . . .
            3) Proxy bidding with reserve pricing. Sellers don't have to choose to risk taking a bath, and buyers can set their maximum and make it stick. It works well.
            3) Loss guarantee. Even a casual user of eBay qualifies for some compensation when they get stiffed.

            I'm no great fan of automated systems that do nothing but generate profits for unseen owners, and I also mourn the loss of Internet commercial innocence (pop-ups drive me nuts!). But there are benefits to some automated systems, and, frankly, eBay works better than some face-to-face transactions (there's a tale of woe on Synthzone right now involving a music store . . . )
            - Bertrand Russell

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