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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by bbbiker800 View Post
    Thanks again guys.... Juno just sent alerts for 2 that I was wanting so they are ordered. Searching the other sites now.
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    good. I buy often from them. got a load of Morricone remasters there. Let you listen first too.
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    Yes, I also use Bandcamp and Norman Records.

    100% Analogue

  3. #13
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    I usually stick with amazon, mainly for the ease of return process (can mix/match if any artwork is damaged or if a multiple LP set and different LP's are faulty).

    I also use Juno Records, Burning Shed, Banquet Records & Rockbox.

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    Thanks to everyone for their contributions.

    I had 2 180gm remastered LP's delivered quickly from Juno - no sleeve damage; vinyls are flat, they don't 'swing' and there's practically no surface noise.

    Now thats a 1st !!!!!!!!!!!

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    good news. not had a problem with them really
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    Car boot sales
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    I’ve never been to a car boot sale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YNWaN View Post
    I’ve never been to a car boot sale.
    I go for two reasons , A decent walk , May get some LP's cheap , £1 - £2 each
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    Most of the records on sale at boot sales are compete rubbish IMO: 'naff' artist(e)s and titles and usually poorly looked after with scuffed surfaces and dog-eared sleeves. Those for sale by dealers are in better condition, but the asking price is often unreasonable because all the dealers go by is what the Record Collector's guide says.

    Surprisingly, the best used vinyl comes from charity shops now. Recently picked up 18 classical LPs in excellent, near perfect condition, from my local charity shop at a £1 apiece.
    Have you listened to this month's choice in the Album Club?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    Most of the records on sale at boot sales are compete rubbish IMO: 'naff' artist(e)s and titles and usually poorly looked after with scuffed surfaces and dog-eared sleeves. Those for sale by dealers are in better condition, but the asking price is often unreasonable because all the dealers go by is what the Record Collector's guide says.

    Surprisingly, the best used vinyl comes from charity shops now. Recently picked up 18 classical LPs in excellent, near perfect condition, from my local charity shop at a £1 apiece.
    Looks like you attend when its all over ? you need to be a very early bird or the dealers hover them up
    Music , fills the gaps between silence !

    TAT Sale post Leader " Marcos Mentor "

    Also a pishanto specialist confirmed by Head Daftee

    Real name " Allen " or "Zoomer Nut”, “Numpty Napper”.

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