An Olive Drab ES-335, Snow White Korg MS-20 FS & More Most Watched Gear

What gear on Reverb resonates the most with other music makers?

Let's look at our collective Watch Lists. The Watch List is part of Reverb's Favorites hub, where you can save everything you love on Reverb, whether that's a Saved Search to help you find your next purchase or a favorite shop you'll want to return to again and again.

When you add an item to your Watch List—just click or tap the heart on any listing—you'll then be able to see if it drops in price, if it sells, or if it ever gets relisted after an initial sale or sellout.

So what's everyone been eyeing this week? We're highlighting some of the Most Watched items here. Click any photo to visit and learn more about an individual listing.

Gibson ES-335

Watchers this week have their eyes trained on this Gibson ES-335 in a super sleek Olive Drab finish. On offer directly from the brand in the Gibson Demo Shop here on Reverb, this ES-335 has some wear and tear from its days as a floor model, but is still in quite nice condition. See the listing for specific details on its condition.

Korg MS-20 FS

On the synth side of things, Reverbers are Watching this Korg MS-20 FS. These are popular units on Reverb and have proven to retain their value for quite a while, even on the used market. This particular unit is currently the best price you can find for an MS-30 FS on Reverb right now—and this one also happens to be in mint condition.

Electronic Audio Experiments Prismatic Wall

Electronic Audio Experiments has Watchers eyeing the new Prismatic Wall—an effect the brand describes as a "sympathetic resonator designed to transmute incoming sounds into the vibrations of an illusory bank of tuned strings." The Prismatic Wall, then, is part synthesizer and part reverb and uses a physical string model formed by tuned delay lines. Check out the listing for a full description of what this unique effect can do.

AKG C414 EB with Brass CK12 Capsule (Pair) 1970s

Here we have a gorgeous pair of highly sought-after AKG C414 EB microphones featuring the brass CK12 capsule. This pair is from the 1970s and is in stunning condition despite their age. According to the listing, the current seller has owned them for 40 years and hasn't used them much over the last 20 due to the changing nature of his studio's work.

2004 Keplinger 8x14 Raw Brass Snare Drum

Drummers are Watching this Keplinger 8x14-inch snare this week, which just celebrated its 20th birthday back in April of this year. Its brass shell certainly shows signs of its age via the cool-looking patina its worn into, but its outfitted with original hardware and is still in very playable shape.

McIntosh MC225

The McIntosh MC225 is quite an eye-catching stereo tube power amp from the 1960s that many fans consider to be one of the finest-sounding amps the brand ever released. This particular unit is in full working order and has been well-maintained—see the listing for more details on what's been replaced and taken care of.

Fender Custom Shop Empire '58 Precision Bass

Low-enders have their eye on this super cool Fender Custom Shop Empire '58 Precision Bass, which features a striking Magenta Sparkle finish. Designed in-house by Anthony Pecora (bassist and Fender's Director of Sales), this model features the best bits of '50s P-basses (inspired by Pecora's own '58 Custom Shop P-bass) as well as some nods to the best bits of the '60s models that would come later.

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