A Great Value: Buying Vinyl Record Lots Online For Collecting or Selling

March 28, 2016 | Posted in VINYL RECORDS | By

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Great opportunities for re-selling or just for the collection When I began hunting vinyl records for my collection, I started seeking out the large LP lots. Buying in bulk was a great way to find unbelievable bargains. I was very

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Understanding Vinyl Record Grades When Buying and Selling Online

March 28, 2016 | Posted in VINYL RECORDS | By

VG+ Grades on Vinyl Records

VG+ is a baseline vinyl record grade After having 10 years under my belt as a vinyl record aficionado, and selling them online for the past 8 years. I have noticed that the VG+ grade is sort of the default

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Collecting Vintage Blue Note Records on the Cheap

October 28, 2015 | Posted in VINYL RECORDS | By

An original first press Blue Note LP 1568 from tenor saxophonist Hank Mobley recently sold at auction for more than $11,000. Nearly double the price of the previous record setter for Blue Note. An original Hank Mobley Blue Note 1568

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The 2 Most Important Things You Need For Cleaning Vinyl Records

April 29, 2015 | Posted in VINYL RECORDS | By

You don’t need a high-end cleaning machine If you are a thrift store scrounger like I am, no doubt you realized long ago a good record cleaner and brush is of the utmost importance. Those 2 things really are all

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Where to Buy Cheap Vinyl Records

March 15, 2015 | Posted in VINYL RECORDS | By

Billions of LP’s and 45’s are out there waiting for you to find: Note: this article was originally written in 2012 then moved to this site a few years later. I have added periodic updates since, the most current Jan.

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What to Use For Shipping Vintage Vinyl Records Sold Online

January 16, 2015 | Posted in VINYL RECORDS | By

LP mailers are a must if you ship vinyl LP’s through the mail Thinking about selling vinyl records online? LP mailers are an absolute must, and will save you and your customers a lot of broken record disappointment. This is

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Collecting Vintage Quadraphonic Vinyl Records

June 7, 2014 | Posted in MUSIC, VINYL RECORDS | By

One specialty area of Vinyl record collecting is quadraphonic.  This basically means records that have a special sound mix of 4.0 surround sound. Many times these records can sell for 3 or 4 times the amount of the regular stereo

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A Pair of Miles Davis Quadraphonic Records: Bitches Brew and Live Evil

May 9, 2014 | Posted in VINYL RECORDS | By

Bitches Brew Quadrophonic LP Miles Davis shocked the jazz world in 1970 when he sold his soul to the God of Rock n’ Roll, more precisely the grooves of Sly and the Family Stone. Miles threw away the acoustic instruments

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The Avant-garde Blue Note Sessions of Don Cherry

May 7, 2014 | Posted in JAZZ, MUSIC | By

Trumpeter Don Cherry is best known for his side man roll in the Ornette Coleman Quartet. Don contributed to some of the most groundbreaking and controversial albums in the history of recorded music, Free Jazz, The Shape of Jazz to

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Thoughts on Collecting Vintage Blue Note Jazz Records

December 31, 2013 | Posted in JAZZ, VINYL RECORDS | By

You don’t have to be rich to collect Blue Note I now have amassed a modest collection of 350 Blue Note records, with the majority of them costing me less than $25, the most I have paid was $72, and

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