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User Submitted Tips
- I was rummaging though my mom's garage the other day, in search of some high school memorabilia for an upcoming reunion when I found what has turned out to be quite a treasure: old vinyl records! Some were my mom's from the fifties and sixties, and some were mine from the eighties. I didn't realize that they were actually worth a little money. There are quite a few shoppers online who are looking for vinyl records. Some are DJs looking for older sounds and others are collectors. Either way, you can actually sell some of these little gems for a pretty good price. I wonder what I can find in my mom's garage next weekend!
- In the age of iPods and mp3 players, you'd think that CDs would be obsolete. That is absolutely not true! There are still tons of booming CD stores offering music in every genre. One of my favorites is a used CD store here in town. If you are not looking for anything in particular, it is fun to browse through the used CDs. I have discovered some great music by doing this. An added benefit to shopping at a used CD store is you can trade your old CDs in for new music. Just be careful when purchasing a used CD. Make sure it is free of scratches and rock on!
- My vinyl record collection rocks the house. I know there are some truly amazing sleeper collections out there other than mine too. There is a bang'em up record store where I live that publishes their collection for sale online. Once I found this out I did some searching and found others that do the same thing. Along with the stores I found some sweet blog steams that me and some other fellas are not trading vinyl through. This is the new wave, if you're into vinyl grab your records and hop on!
- I hesitated to even posting this but it gave me a good chuckle anyway. Outside of some small groups of DJ's pushing their beats most records are used. I'm into the solid trade game myself. Hooking up all the peeps around me with my used records and visa versa is the way to go. Picking up used records has been a real trade show adventure. Never know what the condition of the vinyl will be. I've found some mint records 10 years old or more. I'm considering launching my own biz full of used records as well.
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