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    Posted: 11 June 2018 at 11:26am
If anyone is interested, there is an on-line auction of items from Epic studios starting this Thursday. Haven't checked everything that is available as it's mostly Lighting and non-sound stuff but I did spot some HH V-series amps and some Martin Blackline speakers.

Here is a leak to the site Peaker Pattinson Auctioneers:

Edit: Hyperlink updated.


Edited by jazomir - 11 June 2018 at 1:04pm
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Try this:



Search "Martin"

Search "Yamaha"

Or by LOT numbers:

Martin
310
479
480
481
489

Yamaha amps
482
483
484
485
487
488


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote djeddie Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 June 2018 at 9:28pm
Hopefully anyone interested in buying reads the terms and conditions. Remember the ex-BBC auction a few years back when people thought they were getting a bargain... without realising there's no postage, fees and VAT to add to the end price.
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Nothing of interest for me on this one, was hoping for some more truss, but a) they cant spell truss and b) they only have tri corners (even though its described as quad?).
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Originally posted by djeddie djeddie wrote:

Hopefully anyone interested in buying reads the terms and conditions. Remember the ex-BBC auction a few years back when people thought they were getting a bargain... without realising there's no postage, fees and VAT to add to the end price.


Yup,i remember that, daft people ending up with a Citronic ppx150 owing them over £250, or a Crown DC300a for £600,and desperately trying to get their money back selling on ebay for months after.
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Originally posted by TERMS & CONDITIONS TERMS & CONDITIONS wrote:



5) Buyers Premium of 15.5% plus 20% VAT is payable on the bid price.



So +35% to sale price.... bargain Confused


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Originally posted by mk2_ginger_biscuit69 mk2_ginger_biscuit69 wrote:

Originally posted by TERMS & CONDITIONS TERMS & CONDITIONS wrote:



5) Buyers Premium of 15.5% plus 20% VAT is payable on the bid price.



So +35% to sale price.... bargain Confused


20% of which a business should be able to claim back

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote jazomir Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12 June 2018 at 5:42pm
Originally posted by jbl_man jbl_man wrote:


Yup,i remember that, daft people ending up with a Citronic ppx150 owing them over £250, or a Crown DC300a for £600,and desperately trying to get their money back selling on ebay for months after.
Yup, I got a couple of bargains from the collateral of that auction including a PACE DAB tuner and a Philips Amp. Great. I shall be watching EBay for a few days after the auction.
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^ That's the way to do it!!!

But is it not, Purchase price + 15.5% and then VAT on the lot? So 38.6% on top of sale price?

i.e.

Item Purchased  £100.00
Buyers Premium £15.50

Sub Total £115.50
VAT £23.10
Grand Total £ 138.60
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I buy from Auctions a lot. 

I sit down with a spreadsheet and work out what each item is worth too me including fees and travel etc. Then I place that bid And shut the window. 

Buying from a auction you have no guarantee it works and no come backs so be a bit sensible. It has too be a bargain to even consider it imho.
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Originally posted by djeddie djeddie wrote:

^ That's the way to do it!!!

But is it not, Purchase price + 15.5% and then VAT on the lot? So 38.6% on top of sale price?

i.e.

Item Purchased  £100.00
Buyers Premium £15.50

Sub Total £115.50
VAT £23.10
Grand Total £ 138.60


No it's not always VAT on the item, sometimes the item may be VAT free. So they charge the item plus VAT if needed. Then the sellers fees + VAT 
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