I guess you just put up what you want to trade, what you are looking for, no need to specify any price, then just hope for the bestpetermc61 wrote: ↑Sun May 28, 2017 10:35 amA good idea. Just not sure how one lists this for possible trade unless a price expectation is listed for each item, in which case it looks very much like a 'for sale' listing.
If you have a Bouchet or a Hauser 1 for trade I can probably find something amongst my flock...,
Maybe it should be split into US, EU and so on. I understand swapping over borders isn't ideal. But, maybe this whole idea is a little too naive?Keith wrote: ↑Sun May 28, 2017 11:01 amhey rinneby, do I have a trade for you so let's swap. let's see, I am in the middle of the USA and you are in Sweden and.... Fill in the particulars given we are thousands of miles apart and it begins to look like a sale rather than a swap. The idea of a swapping is good but in my experience it usually is done between people who are familiar with each product which implies geographical closeness. The idea does have merit. I can imagine a mid point between trading and selling--a listing of guitars one could be "talked into" selling. The list would not be a formal for sale but rather a "hey members, I am not tied down to this guitar" and members could PM each other if interested.
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