Egnater Rebel 30w - Any firsthand knowledge?

fitz288

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go get it. ya got 30 days to return it. maybe you will sell the marshall by then.
dont let anybody come snatch it out from under you fitz.
I'm thinking of going over and taking a test drive just to have a listen.
Still considering other options too.

Definitely going to wait till the 6101 sells.
They can sit for months, and there are a few others listed.
But when it sells, I'll have budget for quite a lot of choices.

My other amps are all so good for what I want, I'm in no rush.
 

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I'm thinking of going over and taking a test drive just to have a listen.
Still considering other options too.

Definitely going to wait till the 6101 sells.
They can sit for months, and there are a few others listed.
But when it sells, I'll have budget for quite a lot of choices.

My other amps are all so good for what I want, I'm in no rush.
Last thing I sold was on Facebook Marketplace, it took a few months but it sold, had the customer pay through Paypal. Craigslist got no responses. Forget Reverb and Ebay, costs too much and they want to report your sale to the government as income!
 

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Last thing I sold was on Facebook Marketplace, it took a few months but it sold, had the customer pay through Paypal. Craigslist got no responses. Forget Reverb and Ebay, costs too much and they want to report your sale to the government as income!
I only sell Reverb.
I have a very low trust level with buying and selling on other platforms.
This year I've sold 5 amps, a speaker cab, a speaker, and I have 2 amps for sale ATM.
The shipping discount with UPS almost covers the fees, and I get paid 3 days after I print a shipping label.
I have a record (and proof) of what I've paid for everything I've sold. (I'm an accountant, btw...)
I will get a 1099-k, and I will show a loss of a few hundred dollars net total on everything.
I've made a few bucks on some and lost a few on others - no tax liability unless you make a net profit.
I can't "write off" the loss but I don't care.
(Contact a CPA, or look up the IRS hobby loss rules if you want, I'm not debating that again here)
 
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