We're thrilled to welcome a wide range of knowledgeable gearheads to the ranks of Reverb writers. From studio pros and collectors to music store employees and plain old obsessive hobbyists, we've got experts from all walks submitting articles to our site.
Here's a look at our current editorial staff. Don't be afraid to get in touch if you have any ideas at email@example.com
After developing a love of music through choirs and ensembles at church, Peter continued to study trumpet and guitar throughout high school and college. An anthropologist at heart, he thrives on the history of music and gear as much as making music himself.
Editing and managing content on Reverb has taught Dan a lot about music gear. Along the way, he's earned a reputation for brewing by far the strongest coffee in the Reverb office. If you have any questions about Reverb, Reverb News, the Price Guide, or anything at all, feel free to email Dan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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. Eric brings his passion for clean and effective layout and design to Reverb News.
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. At Reverb, Jim leverages his creativity to promote the gear that helps make recorded music compelling for both the performer and listener.
We're always looking for freelance writers to submit articles on a wide range of musical topics on a pay-per-post basis. Fill out the form below to get in touch, and let us know what you'd be interested in writing about for Reverb. If it has to do with making music, there's probably a place for it on Reverb.