To create the best place for musicians to buy and sell the gear they use to create the music they love. Our marketplace was built to foster safe and secure transactions, inspire musicians to discover more ways to expand their playing and sound, and cultivate the most vibrant and inspired music community anywhere online.
Reverb is committed to ensuring that every transaction on our site is completed to the full satisfaction of both buyer and seller. Our team of customer engagement professionals monitor each new listing to enforce our standards and are always ready to guide our users through any transaction. Should a problem arise, our protection service covers every sale that occurs on Reverb.
For us, nothing beats the thrill of discovering a new piece of gear that you simply must use. From detailed and image-rich listings to our library of hand-curated collections, we strive to help musicians find new gear they didn't even know they wanted. We weave data from our Price Guide and articles from our in-house publication, The Reverb Tank, throughout the site to help buyers make informed and inspired purchases. It's our goal to help you find the gear you need to make the music of your dreams.
From seasoned collectors and studio pros to new players looking for their first keyboard, we welcome musician of all types to Reverb. Unlike other platforms, we encourage open communication between all buyers and sellers, and are constantly amazed by the wisdom and insight members of our community share with each other. Reverb was built to help musicians make music, and our community has developed as one where musicians help each other do just that.
We're proud to count world-leading technologists and innovators as part of our team, who bring the most state-of-the-art tools and technology to our website and mobile apps. We are constantly communicating with our users to learn what features will help them buy and sell gear with ease and efficiency. Whether it's tools to help players keep tabs on gear or tools to help sellers manage their inventory and sales, we live to expand our platform with new and exciting features.
FOUNDER / CEO
David's background is a blend between entrepreneurship, building technology firms, and a passion for music and gear. Prior to Chicago Music Exchange and Reverb, David was CEO and Co-Founder of online broker optionsXpress, which he took public back in 2005. Like most good businesses, David started Reverb based on his frustrations buying and selling guitars online. Next challenge? Make buying and selling used gear a fun, easy and painless experience.
Tinkering with both computers and guitars from an early age, Yan grew up in Chicago with a brief stint in San Francisco. He's got a passion for startups, Reverb being his sixth over the last 13 years. Yan is excited to have the opportunity to meld his technology and product development experience with his love for music.
Director of Content & Engagement
Dan's been with Reverb for awhile now, wearing lots of hats and heading up the content on the site. As a mutli-instrumental gearhound and unabashed history geek, compiling stories and history on the world of gear is about as good as it gets. Since starting at Reverb, the number of instruments now in Dan's apartment has reached a point described by his friends and family as both "obscene" and "totally irresponsible."
A lifelong guitarist and computer enthusiast, Dan got his start with a electric Samick knockoff and a Commodore 64 in both his fields respectively. Since then he's worked as a software consultant and software developer for a number of companies, and played guitar on stages from Chicago to Atlanta to Maine. Working at Reverb marries his passions for great gear and building top-notch software.
Director of User Experience
As designer/developer hybrid with user research roots, Nicholas crafts intuitive interfaces and products that are meaningful to customers. He's previously worked as an innovation consultant and helped startups design and launch new products. Nicholas collects vinyl records and occasionally pretends to be a DJ on his iPad.
Customer Engagement & Marketing Associate
A native of "America's high five" (Michigan), Alex grew up with punk rock aspirations to become the Stooges reunion bass player. He later ventured to Chicago to pursue his audio engineering back up plan. Since his arrival, Alex has been a part of numerous e-commerce music companies, and now calls Reverb his forever home. Alex always goes the extra mile to ensure all Reverb users have a five-star experience, and strives to get your drool-worthy gear the attention it deserves!
Director of Finance
Bringing previous accounting experience in the music industry and a sharp eye for detail, Rosie keeps the books balanced and everything running smoothly. Rosie helps sellers get set up with our Reverb Preferred Sellers program and handles all Preferred Seller Payouts. She also makes the most amazing salsas this side of the Mississippi.
A lifelong music devotee since raiding his older brothers' cassettes, Jim Tuerk came to Reverb after managing marketing & operations for a Chicago/NYC record label and building a freelance web design business. He picked up a guitar at an early age and continues to write & record with Chicago rockers Brighton MA. At Reverb, Jim leverages his creativity to promote the gear that helps make recorded music compelling for both the performer and listener.
Combining a history of tech curiosity and a passion for live music, Joe originally joined Reverb as their first apprentice developer. With a background in financial services and IT management, Joe’s found a sweet spot in pivoting to software craftsmanship. When he’s not tinkering with new technologies, Joe can be found listening to a variety of genres from hip-hop to chillwave to black metal to emo.
Lead Mobile Engineer
Josh has had the good fortune to be writing for iOS nee Cocoa nee NeXTSTEP for over 15 years. In that time, he's forged his passion for startups in New York, tempered it in San Francisco, and finally grounded it in the midwest ethic of his beloved City of Broad Shoulders. He's never been clever enough to play an instrument, and so makes computers play instruments for him. This has led to a life-long addiction to MIDI controllers, sound modules, and kit that goes "bloop".
Customer Engagement & Marketing
Hailing from Crystal Lake, IL, Matt migrated to Chicago in 2007 in search of a fulfilling education and a better punk scene. After graduating college in 2011, Matt quickly learned the digital advertising ropes while working with other Chicago startups, but has finally settled in at Reverb, utilizing his passion for gear and communication skills to directly benefit each Reverb user’s experience. Matt also engineers loads of records in Chicago.
While other teenagers were busy learning the popular rock songs, Kyle was learning all of the jazz standards. He took that jazz lead to playing bass in orchestras, blue grass bands, and even as a summer performer at an amusement park (hey, it paid really well). After stints writing software for large companies and as a freelancer, he's glad to finally take a gig that merges his lifelong passions for music and technology. And just in case of an emergency, he can order food in Spanish, Thai, and Burmese.
Finally coming to terms with a lifelong obsession with music and the tools for making it, Peter left a seven-year career in education to help make Reverb the most comprehensive and accessible information source on new and used gear. After studying classical guitar in high school, he has played in everything from bar bands rocking covers to small trios playing jazz standards in a cabaret. When Peter isn't playing guitar or out training for a marathon, you can be sure he's quenching his thirst for learning about awesome and unusual gear.
A recent Chicago transplant, Joe has crossed the pond (Lake Michigan) to be a part of the city’s dense culture and growing startup scene. Having a history of musical curiosity, he explored brief stints with the piano, clarinet and cello before finding his love for the guitar. Joe got his first taste of blending music and technology in college, designing an optical reader for sheet music that successfully played the Tetris theme and UofM fight song.
Lana is a jane of all trades hailing from Madison Wisconsin. She has been a musician since an early age. From performing in punk rock bands to honor choirs to leading the high school marching band as drum major, she acquired experience in musical genres and instruments across the board. After earning her degree from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh in Music and Sociology, Lana has been working full time in the music business. From digital sheet music to Getzen trumpets, she’s explored music of all shades.
Marketing & Business Development
Recently coming back from a 3 year stint in London living as a musician and working on Denmark Street, Lech is joining the reverb team to share his knowledge and personal touch with the Business Development team. He is a professional by day, musician by night, and doesn't eat so he stays hungry. When he's not spreading the good word of reverb, he works as a Motown and Disco DJ in Chicago, and also writes for a few bands when they need some generic love ballads.
Director of Customer Engagement
A multi-instrumentalist from an early age, Chris began recording music as a teenager. When he upgraded his Tascam Portastudio to an old Power Macintosh running BIAS Deck, he realized that he had discovered his true passion. Ten years and a degree in Music Technology later, the computer is still his primary musical instrument, whether he's producing records or programming in Max/MSP. A Chicagoland native, Chris comes to Reverb following three years at a music software company and over one hundred performances on guitar with his band whysowhite.
Born and raised in the South Suburbs of Chicago, Eric has been working in Graphic Design for the last seven years, and playing music for twice that. Coming from the recycling industry, Eric is excited to bring his passion for clean and effective design to Reverb. When not designing, Eric stays busy writing about local music on Midwest Action, performing with Freaks for Geeks, and tending to his growing record collection.
Matt Biancardi, hailing from Angola, Indiana, comes from a writer's background with a double major in English and French from Lake Forest College. After spending a year in Austin, Texas playing in a two-piece band and working as a French Language Support Specialist for video game giant NCsoft, he returned to his native Midwest and settled in Chicago. When not writing for Reverb, Matt can be found writing film review for the website Tiny Mix Tapes, frequenting the Chicago post-rock scene, or hunting for the best tacos in the city.
Senior Infrastructure Engineer
From the early age of 13, Adam has been pushing the limits of his computers. Some may consider 10+ computers in a single household to be absurd, but to Adam they all offer a new learning experience. Adam has built networks that span the globe and serve content at the speed of light. Now he focuses his caffeine fueled energy into making Reverb the best platform to pick up your next piece of gear.
Lead Android Engineer
Tone-deaf and generally devoid of any musical talent, Luis is like a unicorn at Reverb, having spent his formative years playing video games instead of instruments. But what he lacks in audial skills he makes up for passion for Android development. Having previously worked in the video game and financial trading industries, Luis jumped into mobile after getting the very first Android device as a Christmas gift and has never looked back. Now at Reverb, he’s challenged with giving the site’s tech-savvy community a great Android experience - and he’s loving every minute of it.
Hailing from Michigan, Joe came to Reverb with an entrepreneurial spirit and a desire to create memorable and inspirational user experiences. Having built websites since grade school he honed his design skills and did his time at a large e-commerce company before joining Reverb to unite his passions for design and music. Outside of the office he can be found building robots that are mostly useless and playing the drums reliving his band days of yore.
Senior Mobile Engineer
Pete originally hails from Rhode Island where his love for music developed at a young age. He earned a degree in music performance for saxophone, his instrument of choice, and even traveled to Italy to perform in the world premier of an opera. Although he still loves to play, Pete has spent most of his professional career developing a love for technology and creating mobile apps, both iOS and Android and is excited to contribute to the marriage of his interests at Reverb.
Ron is a life long Chicagoan with no intention of leaving. A self proclaimed gear obsessive, known around the city and internet for playing bass in Bongripper, who have been bumming out crowds for the last decade. Most importantly he's owned, played, sold, and subsequently forgotten about more gear than most people will ever know.
Director of Video Production
After wearing out the tape on his VHS copy of “A Hard Day’s Night,” a 7 year old Michael demanded a hand-me-down Harmony guitar and camcorder. Instead of choosing one or the other, he decided on both. Since then, he can be found producing records and performing on stage, as well as having editorial and sound credits in Film, Television, and Commercials. Reverb connects his passion for music and visual media to bring fun, engaging, and useful content to the Reverb community.
Coming from Santa Cruz, California and finding home here in Chicago, Anthony crunches numbers for Reverb and helps in all areas of finance. A former cellist now plucking around with guitars, he is excited to merge his knowledge of accounting with his passion for music.
With a strong background in both eCommerce and advertising creative, Chrissy brings energy and focus to the Reverb brand and marketing team as well as valuable insight from the musical instrument retail world. Chrissy is a Chicago native, and a (hobbyist) guitarist and singer-songwriter.
From the depths of the early 90's punk scene comes our guy Dave. As a multi instrumentalist and singer songwriter, Dave has been involved in the Chicago music circuit almost his whole life. Dave brings to the table a background in classical musical instrument sales, and is now combining his love for vintage gear and rock and roll in his (sales/business development) role at Reverb.
As part designer, part developer, Drew’s passion lies in improving customer’s experiences across a broad spectrum. Drew worked in the private equity field as well as a freelance brand consultant to help craft brand and technology strategies for an assortment of businesses. Joining Reverb allows Drew to bring an enthusiasm to a workplace that emphasizes an exceptional customer experience backed with top-notch software. Outside of work, Drew competes as a professional paintball player and travels internationally playing the game he’s loved since age 12.
Relatively new to Chicago, Kevin is originally from Ohio by way of New York. Obsessed with the tiny super-computers that live in our pockets, he's had apps in the store since launch and has since branched out into Android development. When not in the office, he is usually training for his next race by running what some have called "too much", reading bad science fiction, or exploring this new city he has found himself in. He keeps telling himself he will start learning the piano one of these days, we'll see how that goes.
Lynette is a recent transplant to Chicago by way of Colorado, and before that the Great Lone Star State. She has worked in various design environments including designing and illustrating children's toys. From these experiences she has come to Reverb as a pixel perfect designer who has trouble stopping at good until it becomes fantastic. In her spare time, she likes to use a hand saw any chance she gets, binge read books, and grow as many tomatoes as possible.
Peter is a classically trained bassist who came to computer programming late in life but has found a way to combine his old interest in music with his new interest of computers at Reverb. He comes from Minnesota, but he moved to Chicago for the weather, the excellent music, and the great start-up scene.
Brian is known for many things: flowing locks, sweaty stage presence, and what might be the most extensive velvet painting collection this side of the Mississippi. Brian got his start in luxury hotel operations. At the same time, he has been playing blast beats and inspiring punks to mosh in dingy venues from Tampa to Tokyo with his band Weekend Nachos. He is pleased to have found a place where his passions of music and working with people intersect.
Programming is the latest avenue for Tam to articulate a love of language and of problem-solving. Her hobbies include killing it at ping pong and dreaming of the code Nabokov would have written. She also likes death and prog metal.
Senior Front End Engineer
Mat is a north side Chicago native. In 1999 he earned a Bachelors of Fine Arts studying photography and has since been working his black magic on the web's front end. He has been playing bass for over 20 years in various punk and post-punk bands, touring around the midwest and east coast. He is an avid gear collector, with an interest in vintage Traynor and Ampeg amps and plays a 1977 Fender P-bass.
Director of International Strategy
A Chicago native, with long stints in NYC, London, San Francisco and Denver, Kevin is responsible for driving Reverb’s growth internationally. A lifelong musician, Kevin went to college on a jazz guitar scholarship and spent time recording and touring with indie-rock, country and jazz outfits. Kevin started working in international A&R for major record labels before building the international department of a prominent indie label then founding his own record company focused on international licensing. After receiving his MBA he spent time as a growth strategy consultant for global media and technology firms. Working at Reverb is the perfect blend of Kevin’s international experience with obsessive passion for vintage gear.
Our first multicultural and international team member, Tibor is originally from Indonesia and travelled 10,000 miles away in order to pursue an education, experience a new culture and gain valuable perspectives that will no doubt help him improve both personally as well as professionally. He aims to live out his dreams of becoming a musician while still being able to maintain a career, and thanks to Reverb he is now half way there! His deep passion for music and all things gear brought him to our doorstep where he now helps our users have a positive experience with Reverb through his role as a Customer Engagement Specialist. Whether you have an issue with your order or you simply want to talk gear Tibor will always do everything in his power to help you out, and remember; from the first moment you speak to him, you are already his friend.
A Chicago native, Daniel is a trained, working, and accomplished, singer, songwriter, voice actor, and improviser. Leaving an 8 year long career in the legal field, pursuing all of the above on the side, Daniel's excitement to merge his creative pursuits with his day to day is what brought him to Reverb. Catch him on Chat, on the phones, in the studio, or at a show!
With a resume that includes pyrotechnician, neuroscientist, art-rocker, and web developer, Tyler has worn many hats. A recent Chicago transplant, you may find him “researching” local breweries, patrolling Craigslist for bandmates, and coding what makes Reverb tick. Drawing from his diverse background, Tyler brings energy and creative thinking to the Reverb dev team.
Senior Product Designer
Raised in the Manistee National Forest of Western Michigan, Keith moved to Chicago to get a taste of the city life. At Reverb he does design and development on the front-end to keep pixels looking good and our customers happy. Having minored in music and trained as a classical trombonist, he is a lover of classical music and CSO fanboy.
International Outreach Specialist
Raised in Minneapolis, Rachel brings the Minnesota Nice to Reverb. A musician since an early age, Rachel came to Northwestern for the Jewish a cappella and stayed in Chicago for the musical improv. When she's not helping you with your Reverb sales, she can be heard making up music for sketch shows, singing "meow" instead of real words, or speaking French at the Alliance Francaise. Ask her about that time she worked at Disney World if you're looking for stories -- horror or otherwise.
A bit of a late bloomer but craving knowledge, Jess bit the bullet and dove in head first, picking up piano, guitar, and even bass for an all-girl punk band. After graduating from Northwestern University and dabbling in music publishing, she relocated from her home in Connecticut to Chicago with no qualms save for the weather (these winters can be brutal, right?) and found a place at Reverb where she can combine word-play, music, and the potential to learn.
John is a Chicago native; a lover of hot dogs, vinyl records and soda. Over the last ten years John has played bass in numerous bands around the Chicago area, all the while cultivating a career in film and video production. Now at Reverb, John plans to mix and meld these two passions to create video content that is both entertaining and enlightening.
Sawyer recently made his way down to Chicago from his hometown of Madison, WI. A long-time lover of all things music and design, he gets to combine his two biggest passions as a Graphic Designer for Reverb. When not at the office, he spends his free time shredding out riffs with gratuitous amounts of distortion, going to metal shows at crusty bars, and training with his herding dog, Gibson the Explorer.
A native Chicagoan, Evan has been a consistent presence in the local and regional songwriting scene since he was a skinny teenager singing Neil Young covers at the Old Town School of Folk Music. Evan's band Exit Ghost has released two full-length albums, enjoying solid reviews regionally and nationally, but mostly he's just happy to be part of such great musical company in his hometown. Evan's second love (aside, of course, from his beautiful and insightful wife) is bicycles. A veteran bike shop employee, he loves the simple elegance of a bicycle working just the way it's meant to. Every year, he fearlessly attempts to bike-commute through the winter, and this just might be the year he succeeds.
A Chicago-area native, Neal spent a decent amount of time of his youth realizing that he wasn’t particularly good at sports. A drummer since “little dude times", he turned to composition and contemporary classical music performance (usually involving laptops, tapes or guitars), earning a BM in Composition from New England Conservatory. After realizing that he’d much rather be back in the midwest, he returned and collected an MFA in Sound from SAIC. When not working with the Customer Engagement team, he’s often making sounds with other people, searching for records or taking pictures of sausage. His gear interests include Ludwig drums, Traynor TS-series amps, and tape machines.
A Chicago native and an SAIC grad, Chris has been playing and performing music since an early age, studying at the Old Town School of Folk Music and performing in bands throughout the city. Chris recently returned to Chicago after two years in New York City where he recorded a space-rock album in his apartment and wrote for an art news website. After some time pitching and writing blogs for the Reverb Tank, Chris joined Reverb full-time on the Customer Engagement team.
Mac’s love of music first manifested in a ridiculous record collection and a series of ill-fated garage bands in the late ‘80s. He then achieved a master’s degree from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern and has spent the past decade as a writer and editor, covering the rise of the craft beer industry, global futures markets and the technology of the financial services industry, where his sense of humor was rarely appreciated.
Nick joined the Reverb team in 2015 to help advance digital marketing efforts. After graduating from Columbia College Chicago in 2013, he moved out to Santa Cruz, CA to record in a local studio. While out west, he became obsessed with startup and early-stage company development. He was thrilled to find an opportunity that combines these passions! In his free time, he is an avid sports fan, especially baseball. This is the year of the Cubbies!
Brian’s heart beats strongest for all things guitar, soccer, and travel. He’s been playing guitar in original bands from an early age, and has recently warmed up to cover bands. He’s our first Spanish speaking customer engagement member, has a degree in marketing, plus a background working with international clientele.
Cooper grew up in Columbia, MO surrounded by avant-garde noise rock weirdos. After discovering at an early age that he wasn’t a good enough drummer to follow in the progressive footsteps of his idols, he reeled it in and found a passion for good ol' fashioned rock and roll which he still continues to crank out (with gusto!) with his band Cellrs here in Chicago. When he’s not busy discovering the hook of the century, you can find him waiting to answer any questions you could ever possibly have about buying and selling on Reverb.
Raised in the South, Phil comes to reverb with a background in the music industry and customer service. Since he was in grade school, he has played the trumpet, drums, and piano. However, in middle school he found his calling for the guitar, and has been playing ever since. His interest in customer service and music are brought together perfectly here at reverb. When he is not at work, you can find him hunting for the next best craft beer or honing in on his pool skills.
Marketing Campaign Manager
A Chicago native and lifelong music fan, Jon is joining Reverb with eight years of experience in ecommerce and advocacy. This is his first step into the startup world, and he’s looking forward to helping make Reverb the place to be for musicians. He’s been playing bass since junior high, and when he’s not building out marketing and engagement campaigns, you’ll find Jon playing music with friends, gaming, checking out local breweries, or posting pictures of his cat to social media.
Lover of all things weird, Crawford was born and raised in Fairbanks, AK, spent a good chunk of time in Colorado, and only recently moved to Chicago in search of a new life within the immersive music scene as offered by the Windy City. With an obsession for outsider/experimental arts culture and a long history of jazz, rock, orchestral, and experimental drums and percussion, Crawford has used his skills to tour the country in bands, write and edit for a number of websites, book shows, and advocate for the experimental music culture in his community. He also co-created GOLDRUSH Music Festival in Denver, which has hosted artists from around the world.
Erik first put his development chops to work in high school, building a website that covered the South Florida music scene. Since he's worked as a municipal development advisor for the Peace Corps, a part-time coffee trader, and as a software developer here in Chicago. The last time he played for a crowd he covered Marcy's Playground in a small Guatemalan border town. It was a hit.
Director of Talent
As a Florida native and avid concert goer, Gina decided the music scene in Chicago would make winters worth it, so she traded flip flops for snow boots. Growing up, she pursued art, dance and piano lessons, and she’s still in search of new, creative outlets. Gina brings a strong background in tech recruiting to Reverb, but beyond just finding those purple squirrels, she develops strategy and process around all things talent-related. When she’s not stalking talent for the Reverb team, she is getting her hands dirty with paint and charcoal, checking out a new band or hanging out with her dog-like cat, Stella.
Mike is a native of Vermont who also lived in Boston and San Diego for several years before moving to Chicago in 2015. While attending the University of Vermont to study computer science, Mike spent most of his free time learning how to DJ and hosted a weekly live mixed hip-hop show on the college’s radio station. Since graduating from college Mike still DJ’s as a hobby and has transitioned to creating his own music from sampling records and playing synths. He has developed software for music-related tech companies for over 7 years and is excited to continue combining his lifelong interests while working for Reverb!
This native New Yorker came to Chicago after an 8-year run in Boston...and after he grew tired of his Chicago friends begging him to move to the "middle coast". Something of a veteran of the studio and pro audio business, Sean brings a nearly-annoying microphone obsession, an innate passion for writing, and a hefty dose of attention to detail to the Reverb team. When he's not at the office chipping away at a new Reverb Tank post, you can find Sean reading the New York Times, giving his piano a seasonal tuning, or writing and recording pseudo-R&B albums by himself.
Brandon started playing guitar at a young age and quickly figured out that was what he wanted to do for the rest of his life. Since then, he's formed Chicago-based rock trio The Holy Motors and has been playing the local circuit. When not performing in his group, you can find him cruising the streets on his motorcycle, throwing stones down at the lanes or searching for the next piece of gear to add to his always changing rig.
Nick has been playing guitar in the doom band Bongripper for over a decade. Also he does sound design with synthesizers, drum machines and contact mics through cheap distortion pedals. He believes there can never be enough low end nor enough sequenced synth.
Hailing from Northeastern Ohio and a die hard Cleveland Browns fan, Evan just moved to the Chicago area in 2015. He has been playing drums for over 15 years and is an enthusiast of all things percussion. Starting his music career playing with WGI and DCA drum lines, eventually ending up playing with local bands in Ohio; Evan is ready to witness the vast music scene of Chicago.
Infatuated with music from an early age, Matt drew inspiration musically from his father’s stories about playing in a touring band, and grew up on a steady diet of classic rock and jam bands. Once his family got their first household computer, there was an endless amount of music at his fingertips, which fueled his passion for music, and ultimately shaped who he is today. Having graduated from Columbia College in Chicago with a Music Business Management degree in 2013, Matt has since been solidifying his place in the Chicago music scene, and currently plays bass in a band with two friends who’ve inspired him beyond what he had ever thought was possible. Matt’s favorite food is “bacon-wrapped (insert anything here)”, and in his free time you can find him supporting local artists at venues around town.
Chris moved to the Chicagoland area as a teenager, where he was able to enjoy The Who in concert, his first show, and has been an avid concert goer and music listener ever since. After working in inventory management and fraud prevention, Chris has entered the Operations Analyst role at Reverb, helping the team ensure that your transactions are safe and secure. While Chris doesn't play music regularly, he likes making noise on the drums when he has free time and and empty house.
Colin has been buying and selling Electronic Music gear for over 10 years and found Systems Administration through an EM411 forum post! Outside of work Colin maintains a giant collection of Drum Machines and Synthesizers. When not working on music or IT he likes PBS and weird records!
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