How to sell your instrument(-s)

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1. First, make your secure payment via Stripe


(Alternatively, PayPal and bank transfer are also accepted. See below).

2. Info: then send me all the essential information about your instrument

You can use this contact form. Please include links to 2-3 photos of the instrument (see details below).

3. Photos: send me links to at least 3–4 pictures of your instrument

Photos are essential, and I will not publish any item without them: people will want to see a current photo of your instrument! Experience has shown that the more pictures you send, and the better the image quality you get, the sooner your recorder will get sold.

  1. Important: required size is 970 pixels for the smallest side of your image (minimum size would be 970 × ≥970 pixels); otherwise the homepage’s layout will get broken.
  2. Please don’t email me your photos. Instead, upload them to Dropbox, Google Drive or a similar service, and include the download links in your message.
  3. Recommended: take your photos against a white background, clearly showing the most sensitive parts of the recorder: window, beak, thumb hole, etc. See an example here.

Once I’ve got the information and photos, I’ll post it. Usually, within 2–3 working days, but please be patient if it takes a bit longer: I still have to practice! 😉

When the recorder is sold, just let me know, and I will label your ad as sold.

4. Other ways to make your payment

Alternatively, you could also send your payment through the PayPal button below or by using this link:


How many recorders you want to sell?




Note: A bank transfer is also possible (I can now accept payments without extra fees in EUR, USD, GBP, AUD and CHF thanks to TransferWise: just contact me for the bank details).

5. Questions?

Contact me, but please read the FAQ (frequently asked questions) page before.
You might find your question already answered there.

Visit the FAQ page

Thanks! —VP.