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picarzloveuku
04-22-2019, 06:34 AM
New! Please PM if you want it:)
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Mezcalero
04-22-2019, 06:43 AM
New! Please PM if you want it:)
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Is it free :)

Jddewitt81
04-22-2019, 06:43 AM
I want it. Iím guessing itís free...

Counter
04-22-2019, 06:48 AM
I'll pay postage!

Uke Mama
04-22-2019, 07:04 AM
I’m in! Postage plus a 20?

rhiggie
04-22-2019, 01:49 PM
I'll do shipping plus $50! Big spender here...

Jerryc41
04-22-2019, 03:01 PM
I'll do shipping plus $50! Big spender here...

A bidding war! Before you know it, it will be up to $75! ��

valde002
04-22-2019, 03:35 PM
A bidding war! Before you know it, it will be up to $75! ��

Ha! That's his plan all along!

hollisdwyer
04-22-2019, 03:47 PM
I don’t want to hijack what may be a genuine, but albeit naive, for sale thread or the fun people are having with it so I am going to start a new thread regarding buying and selling to new/low activity UU members.

We all know that there are guidelines for posting in the Marketplace but I was wondering if anyone had any constructive suggestions for creating a buying and selling environment that is more comfortable for all involved parties.

My reason for this is that I shortly plan on downsizing my collection by 30%-50%.

ukulately
04-22-2019, 04:12 PM
I don’t want to hijack what may be a genuine, but albeit naive, for sale thread or the fun people are having with it so I am going to start a new thread regarding buying and selling to new/low activity UU members.

We all know that there are guidelines for posting in the Marketplace but I was wondering if anyone had any constructive suggestions for creating a buying and selling environment that is more comfortable for all involved parties.

My reason for this is that I shortly plan on downsizing my collection by 30%-50%.

I'm in Australia ... what ya got big boy?

I would also like the Moonbird ! :)

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hollisdwyer
04-22-2019, 05:22 PM
I'm in Australia ... what ya got big boy?

I would also like the Moonbird ! :)

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Who wouldn’t want a Moonbird.

I really don’t want to hijack this thread with my future sale. I’ll PM you to discuss.

AQUATOPAZ
04-22-2019, 07:29 PM
Iím in! Postage plus a 20?

Postage reimbursement upon receipt of uke. Yes.

AQUATOPAZ
04-22-2019, 07:33 PM
I donít want to hijack what may be a genuine, but albeit naive, for sale thread or the fun people are having with it so I am going to start a new thread regarding buying and selling to new/low activity UU members.

We all know that there are guidelines for posting in the Marketplace but I was wondering if anyone had any constructive suggestions for creating a buying and selling environment that is more comfortable for all involved parties.

My reason for this is that I shortly plan on downsizing my collection by 30%-50%.

I think it's already pretty comfortable to describe and list price. Couldn't be easier. I can only think of 2 reasons someone would ever think of not listing the price. The first is ignorance of a fair price combined with not wanting to offer for less than fair value. The second reason is not so kind.

Joe King
04-22-2019, 10:00 PM
Low effort listing = minimal result.

Jerryc41
04-22-2019, 10:28 PM
I donít want to hijack what may be a genuine, but albeit naive, for sale thread or the fun people are having with it so I am going to start a new thread regarding buying and selling to new/low activity UU members.

We all know that there are guidelines for posting in the Marketplace but I was wondering if anyone had any constructive suggestions for creating a buying and selling environment that is more comfortable for all involved parties.

My reason for this is that I shortly plan on downsizing my collection by 30%-50%.

Post what you have to sell in the Marketplace. Write a good, accurate description, pointing out any special features or defects. It' seems to be the practice here to include a photo of the uke with a note showing your screen name and the date. I've never seen this done anywhere else, but it's the tradition here. I guess it proves you're not trying to sell a uke from a magazine or online store.

Your pictures should be large. If they are too large, they will be downsized automatically. You are allow five pics per post. After that, you can reply to your original post and put up five more. I like the idea of putting pictures on Google Photos, or a site like that, and then posting a ink. Shoppers can see larger, better quality images.

Post the price and say whether a case or shipping are included. Shipping is expensive because of the size of the box. Weight and distance also have a dramatic effect on shipping costs. You can also post on Fleamarket Music's Marketplace - free, like UU. Reverb attracts a large audience, but they charge a small fee. The speed of selling is greatly influenced by the asking price.

I've bought and sold quite a few ukes online with no problems at all. I have one arriving from Hong Kong today.

Good luck!

Jerryc41
04-22-2019, 10:43 PM
Low effort listing = minimal result.

This is the OP's first - and only - post. Not even a reply to all the interest expressed.

picarzloveuku
04-27-2019, 10:23 PM
Sold:o thanks everyone