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Download as PDF Printable version. Radio Radio Radio Let's Go Search for the old albums by the artist and record title in LP pricing guides and auction sites see Resources. Find the most recently completed auctions for records in similar condition to the ones you have to get an accurate price estimate. Average the lowest and highest figures from pricing guides or auctions for records in similar condition to those you own.
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Limited 4 left of 5 1 backer. Never drop or abruptly pick up the needle on a vinyl record especially as it's fading out. Over time you'll start to hear ticks and pops as the vinyl is gradually getting gouged in those areas. Better still is to play an entire album side straight through from beginning to end.
Most audiophile grade turntables are not automatic which means they do not have an end of play lift mechanism. On most turntables, the cueing lever is located near the base of the tonearm. Using this fluid damped lever instead of your hand results in a smooth twitch-free needle drop, and lift from the record. Do NOT stack vinyl records How do records get warped? One way is by stacking them.
Never stack records on top of each other whether in their jackets or not. This is one sure fire way to cause warping, possible cracking of the vinyl record because of the weight, and will inevitably produce scuff marks and ring wear on the album cover marring the artwork.
Records must always be stored upright like books on a shelf. Because of their size and weight, regular bookshelves don't work well to store vinyl records so consider a real record storage shelf or cube instead.TROUBLE MAKER out now! Limited Edition Vinyl, CD's, shirts, and more are available. Thanks to everyone who joined us on tour. We look forward to the rest of you soon!