NinthBeat Launches Social Marketplace for Musicians to Buy and Sell Equipment


(New York, NY)– Musicians agree, there hasn’t been an easy way for them to sell and purchase equipment. While there are websites that can facilitate sales, the websites don’t focus on their needs and may not be safe to use as there is no protection for the seller or the buyer. This means it can be difficult for a musician to find the equipment needed for a reasonable price or to sell equipment which is no longer need.

NinthBeat recently launched their website, a social marketplace for musicians. The website caters to musicians and their needs to provide a safe place to buy and sell equipment. The website is designed to be user-friendly and to help any musician who is looking for new equipment find what they need easily.

Spokesperson David Chang stated, “We guarantee all of the transactions and have no hidden fees for the purchases. We provide a simple platform for buying and selling musical equipment and we are the only social marketplace available that does so.”

The launch event, described by the company as “epic,” was held at lower east side’s Bowery Ballroom and included artists in New York and across the nation. There were more than 500 musicians in attendance and the event was considered a huge success.

The NinthBeat website contains listings for a variety of music equipment, including guitars, keyboards, bass, drums, amps, and pedals. Musicians can browse or search the site to find exactly what they need and see the price. The buyer can then submit an offer to the seller or buy at asking price. If the buyer submits an offer, the seller has 48 hours to respond. The seller must ship within 3 business days with tracking and insurance.

NinthBeat takes a 7% cut from each transaction, and there are no other hidden fees. Once the seller agrees to the price, the payment is put into escrow and held until 3 days after the product has been delivered. The buyer is protected from items that were not delivered or that does not match the description and the tracking requirement protects the seller. 

Along with selling or buying products, musicians can join in the community to ask questions or connect with other musicians from across the country. The website is more than just a selling platform, it’s also a social website to help facilitate conversations between musicians and help them find the answers to any questions they may have about music equipment.

About NinthBeat:

NinthBeat is a company evolving the way musicians can buy and sell musical equipment. The company strives to connect musicians through a dedicated social marketplace that makes it easier and safer for those who want to buy or sell equipment. NinthBeat protects all of the transactions done through their website and only charge a flat rate fee for the services with no hidden fees. Their mission is to make the experience seamless, safe, fun, and to lower the high costs experienced with using many online marketplaces.

Media Contact:

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223 East 30th St. New York, NY 10016

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