Re: Low-balling, how low is too low?
BTW My rep has been pushing me relentlessly for years to sell New guitars on ebay so I have done alot of ebay sales research, constantly reviewing many dealers completed results and the conclusion is always the same. Dealers do well with accessories, effects, guitars under $500, and extremely rarely, a guitar over $1000, and even rarer is the big $3k+ sales. ELIMINATING limiteds, strictly regular production models only. Limiteds sell well on ebay, when they're the right limiteds. When they're not, they're just dead everywhere.
The only exception is, obvious pricing violations. It's easy to sell guitars on ebay when you violate your dealer agreement.
What do I not do? Accessories, effects, and any guitars under $500. And limiteds, I don't need ebay to sell, I can always sell more than I can get [except when I'm prudent and intentionally cautious and limit myself]. I've always had plans on a ? 100 SKU parts program for ebay, but the bottom line is I would only be doing it for advertising and not to sell those parts, just to increase the visibility of the site to hopeful guitar [or parts] buyers using ebay more than Google.