things you're trying to get
what you're currently spinning
why you but vinyl on the internet
Picked these up today from End of an Ear. Been going weekly to see if they leak out any more JCOA releases or Anthony Braxton; been picking up one of each last three or four times I've gone. Looked for any Doug Scharin projects I could find (Rex, June of 44, HiM), Kit Clayton, Monolake, and Boris' Absolutego as well but no dice. In reading order: Lol Coxhill's Ear of the Beholder; Grachan Moncur III's New Africa; Lounge Lizard's Big Heart; Lounge Lizards s/t
Just picked up pic related for about thirty dollars on Discogs.
I'm thinking of staring up a collection so give me some cool recs on what I should buy first. Also where should I buy from? Is amazon any good for vinyl, (I have prime) or should I buy from a dedicated site like discogs?
cassetes you say?
here is my finds form charity shops all where about 50c
What're you into?
I don't shop online, and I suggest other people don't as well. I live in Texas, so there's a chance for heat damage most of the year, plus you don't actually get to see the condition of the record before you buy it, you don't get to listen to the record before you buy it, and most importantly you lose the feeling of digging, our whatever you want to call it. You're also less likely to buy something you've never heard online, while you can mess around and discover in a store. On top of all of that, your paying shipping costs. So, shop your local record store; if you don't have one, move to a city.
Amazon can be good for new stuff because sometimes you'll get ass cheap records. You'll also be supporting a huge monolith of a company
Support local first, then Discogs, then Amazon
Pic related is greatest rarest record cover
my vinyl record collection
there are 2 different records in the middle
i want to preorder this badly http://blackesteverblack.bigcartel.com/product/dalhous-i-the-composite-moods-collection-vol-1-house-number-44-i-blackest051-2xlp
they where cheap, except that emperor ep I spent 13 euro on that and it was sealed but I opened it to play it. well I think black metal sounds really badass on Tape.
it sounds so good man
nearest local store is like an hour drive which is odd because I live in a pretty popular area. and is heat damage a thing I should be concerned about when ordering online(I live in a very hot area)?
my most recent. I don't really understand buying new records 2bhonest
it all depends on who you buy from. People with high marks are usually pretty solid. Be sure to check their feedback before doing any business with them.
I recently ordered a cheap ass jazz record from a dude that he rated VG+ that showed up in G+ condition. Same thing with a dude who sold me a copy of No Love Deep Web. The NLDW dude gave me a refund and let me keep the record, but the first dude is making me send it back despite it being worth about 2-3 dollars