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Reverb Overview

Chicago, IL
51 to 200 employees
Company - Private
Information Technology
$25 to $50 million (USD) per year
eBay, Sweetwater, Musician's Friend is the online marketplace for musicians to buy, sell and learn about new, used, vintage and handmade music gear.

The majority of us are musicians, so you'll find guitars, mandolins, and keyboards scattered around our office, with ... Read more

Mission: When Reverb launched in 2013, it was founded on the principle that buying and selling musical instruments should be easy and affordable. Since then we’ve become a thriving marketplace that connects millions of people around the world to the gear and the inspiration ... Read more

Reverb Reviews

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David Kalt
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  • "Culture, Transparency, Ambition and Music"

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    I have been working at Reverb full-time


    Everyone here loves music and most of the employees are incredibly talented musicians which helps to both define and describe the culture. Our CEO is fully transparent with his the employees about all facets of the organization. He also has no issues getting his hands dirty, helping solve problems and just being a good person. The employees are dedicated and invested in the business and management works hard to give them the tools they need to succeed. No two ways about it, this is a great place.


    We have ambitious goals and a long way to go, but that's ok.

    Advice to Management

    Keep it up.

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Reverb photo of: The reverb video room where the magic happens
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Reverb Interviews



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    Android Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Chicago, IL
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    Easy Interview


    I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Reverb (Chicago, IL) in September 2016.


    HR Phone Screen, Phone tech screen, In person with a pair of pair programming exercises and meetings with management... And then a low ball offer.

    Really it was a gigantic waste of time, unless you're willing to work for $15 to $20K less than market value, with the possibility of a 10% bonus or some stock options... Not to mention no health coverage for 60 days... No thanks. Money isn't everything, but there is nothing special about this place that would drive a quality mobile engineer to give them a discount, unless they're unemployed.

    They are located on the near north side (Roscoe Village/Lakeview area). This is super inconvenient for commuting (the brown line stops nearby, but that stop is not on the express schedules), and way too expensive to live on what they pay. They should seriously consider moving to the suburbs or somewhere that can justify the lackluster salaries.

    My advice, if you want real talent, offer them real money. Don't waste their time asking them "what is your expected salary range" and then continue on with the process knowing you can't reach it...

    I guess there is a reason the job has been on their website since early April...

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