I have no financial interest in this sale, but it is the real deal.....
Edited by - Lynne on 08/29/2020 18:47:13
somebody really bid $99 ?
...Now all the seller needs is a buyer who believes in Big foot, a flat earth & pre EPA heads. It's interesting to note that drum enthusiasts, who are also gear obsessed, have no ongoing legend or interest in "pre EPA" heads. I have a few of these heads, found on vintage banjos , & they offer nothing special , beyond their odd folk story.
yeah but somebody really bid $99 or maybe it was the seller !! Free shipping !!
Will add banjo to Remo for a dollar extra!
So I wrote this on Saturday but hesitated to post it. Shouldn't have hesitated. But here it goes:
There's a trend I've noticed on BHO through the years. Discussion will pop up like this, about the price or demand of a certain product. Sometimes accompanied an ebay link like this of an overpriced listing. Shortly thereafter, that same product will pop up on the BHO marketplace at an inflated price. It appears to have happened again.
Sometimes I wonder, if these threads and the postings are unrelated. Induced demand is an effective marketing strategy. Maybe it's just a coincidence, maybe it's confirmation bias, maybe people see something and try to sell one they have for the same price.
I wonder if we'll see a bunch of Bart Reiters listed for inflated prices now, after the other thread popped up asking if we would.
says it sold for 184.00 bucks,,,,,,,,,,REALLY ?
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