Do You Want to Buy an Instrument on Craigslist? We Can HelpBy Noisey Staff
Are you looking for a new instrument this summer? Want to find something affordable and at least marginally usable? If only there was a centralized place on the Internet that listed everything for sale in your neighborhood. Oh wait, Craigslist exists. If Craigslist seems daunting to you, that's probably because it is. There are pages and pages of listings on the musical instrument category just from today, many of which offer decent bargains. But for every seemingly good buy there are three posts that will repel you, due to the questionable quality of the items, steep prices, or wordy, absurd descriptions. Fortunately, we've compiled a sampling of both the best deals and some of the worst, for your education & entertainment alike.
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