The Most Watched Gear on Reverb This Week

At any one moment, there are hundreds of thousands of items for sale on Reverb. Which ones resonate the most with the music makers who buy or browse the site?

One way to know is to look at what people are adding to their Watch Lists. This is Reverb's way of "favoriting" an item, which you can do for any listing by clicking the heart or "Watch" box. You'll then be able to see if it drops in price, if it sells, or if it gets relisted.

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.

1977 Gretsch 7628 Committee

This Baldwin-era 1977 Gretsch 7628 Committee is in excellent, all-original condition and has attracted lots of Watchers since it was first listed. At the time, it was built to compete with the most popular solidbodies of the times: the Les Paul, Telecaster, Stratocaster, and others. It features a maple/walnut laminated neck with a matching headstock, a six-saddle adjustable bridge, 22-fret Indian rosewood fretboard, and dual Gretsch humbuckers with their own volume/tone controls and a three-way selector switch.

1961 Fender Rhodes Piano Bass

These vintage Fender Rhodes Piano Bass units are consistent bestsellers whenever they pop up on Reverb. This listing is for a 1961 unit in exceptional, all-original condition with Stackpole pots that date to the 45th week of 1961, original solder joints, original ceramic disc tone caps, and cloth wiring. According to the listing, the unit's wooden pickup rail has all of the original pickups embedded inside and all have strong, consistent output. Be sure to check out the listing for full details.

Neve 2254/E Compressor Limiter Racked Pair

Neve 2254/E Compressor/Limiter units are famous for their all-discrete Class A circuitry, bridge-driver design, transformer-coupled inputs, and so much more that defines the "Neve" sound. Built and released in the 1970s, these units were used in both broadcast and recording environments and are still quite sought-after by sound engineers today. This listing is for a racked pair of 2254/Es in very good condition and full working order.

Crazy Tube Circuits Unobtanium - Klon Style Overdrive +

New from Crazy Tube Circuits is the Unobtanium—a combo Klon-style overdrive and Dumble-style amp built into one enclosure. On the right side of the pedal is a faithful reproduction of the Klon circuit complete with germanium diodes, while the left side is an all-analog circuit capturing the essence of two legendary Dumble-style tube amps. Promising not only to recreate but to combine two of the most legendary pieces of gear throughout guitar history, it's easy to see why Watchers have gotten curious about this one.

Verellen Meatsmoke 300 watt tube head

If you know, you know when it comes to the Verellen Meat Smoke bass head. This meaty beast boasts 300 watts of tube-driven power and offers a glorious built-in overdrive circuit for thickening your tone up even more. If you're looking for a bass head that can provide both the smoothest, richest, and clearest low-end as well as push into gnarly, growling, overdriven territory, this is the one.

Tama BS1440BN Starclassic Bubinga Snare Drum

This Tama Starclassic Bubinga Snare has garnered lots of Watchers since its listing a few days ago as well. It's a 4x14-inch size and is made of bubinga, which is molded thicker than the Starclassic Maple model and gives it a rich mid-low range with solid attack. While there are some cosmetic blemishes here, the listing states that nothing awry impacts playability, and the snare sounds excellent.

Oberheim FVS-1

This recently listed Oberheim FVS-1 has garnered lots of Watchers since it's widely considered to belong to the holy grail class of vintage synthesizers. Like other popular Oberheim synths of the time, the FVS-1 used the brands classic SEM models, each containing two VCOs (each with sawtooth or variable-pulse waveforms), a two-pole multimode VCF, dedicated envelopes for the VCA and VCF, and a triangle wave LFO. This synth looks to be in clean condition and has recently been serviced by Takeshi Kawana of Main Drag Music.

Gibson ES-339 Figured, Blueberry Burst

Guitars listed in Gibson's Demo Shop are always highly Watched, and this one is no different. In addition to its very good condition, this special 2022 ES-339 features a gorgeous Blueberry Burst finish. The guitar functions entirely as it should, and Gibson's listing details the slight blemishes you'll find on the body.

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