We Buy Vinyl Albums !!TOP!!
With over 20 years in the business of buying used vinyl records, DJ Records USA has built a solid reputation of integrity and fairness. Our best advertising has always been word of mouth from satisfied customers, as evidenced by our A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.
we buy vinyl albums
If you're in Akron, Dayton, Springfield, Columbus, Youngstown, Cleveland, Ohio, Charlotte, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Virginia, Kentucky, Maryland, Washington D.C., surrounding areas in Ohio, Jacksonville or Florida. Give us a call if you're looking to sell my old vinyl records for CASH to a top record buyer.
Let's get started! First, call Paul at Cash For Records. He'll guide you through the process of how to sell your old vinyl records and set up an appointment with you. Next, we will travel throughout Ohio, North Carolina, South Carolina, Jacksonville, Florida, Georgia, East Coast and adjoining states. We love to meet vinyl record collectors in Cleveland, Erie, Pittsburgh, Youngstown, Toledo, Columbus, Cincinnati, and everywhere in between. We are also now located in Gerogia, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina and eastern states.
Are you looking to sell old jazz records, blues, r&b, classic rock, punk, soul or find the value of a Blue Note LP from our vinyl record buyers? Our Cleveland, OH, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Jacksonville vinyl record buyers specialize in Rock & Roll, Blues, Soul, and Jazz like Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Kenny Dorham, Hank Mobley, John Lee Hooker, Muddy Waters, and Howlin' Wolf. We also love Punk, Metal, and Alternative genres like Nirvana, Metallica, Alice in Chains, and Smashing Pumpkins. Don't see your collection on the list? No worries. Give Paul at Cash for Records a call. We're glad to help people located in Columbus, Akron, Youngstown, North Carolina, South Carolina, Jacksonville Florida and the surrounding areas sell their record collection to vinyl record buyers.
Cash for Records is the #1 Buyer of Vinyl Records in Cleveland Ohio, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Jacksonville, Florida. So if you're looking to sell old vinyl records, you've come to the right place. Unlike some vinyl album buyers who take their time getting to the person who wants to sell their vinyl collection, we'll respond as quick as we can. We'll make a cash offer on site after reviewing your record collection. No vinyl record collection is too large to sell, or for Cash for Records to buy! Of course, vinyl records in good condition and in their original album sleeves are going to have a higher resell value. But, don't be shy. Call Paul at Cash for Records to discuss. Unfortunately, at this time we are NOT interested in buying Country, Big Band, Swing or popular vinyl records. We appreciate your understanding if you were looking to sell vinyl records of those genres.
Cash for Records in Cleveland, Ohio, also serving Akron, Columbus, and Youngstown. We also buy records in Charlotte, North Carolina, Jacksonville,Florida and southern Georgia. We understand your old record collection could hold memories for you, or be part of an inheritance from a relative who left you a nice record collection. We are the best company to sell vinyl records too. You may have a 45RPM or LP (long-playing) album collection from a radio station. Sorry, but our vinyl record buyers generally don't purchase exercise, motivational, comedy or political albums.
Your old vinyl record collection's worth is dependent on the status of your old records. Also, you must take into account the artist, year, title and record condition. Vinyl record grading is important when performing record valuation.
Play Grading is when you place the vinyl record on a turntable and listen very closely to the sound quality, watch for skipping and other sound defects. Visual Grading is when you use a particular light source at a short distance away from the record as you inspect it. Halogen and direct natural sunlight work best. After your vinyl record is inspected, it will receive a vinyl record grading from Mint condition to poor condition.
Because of the way they were made, many people associate vinyl records with a warm and rich sound. Although at times, LPs and 45s are inconvenient to play and expensive to maintain. It is an old technology that is still being appreciated up until today.
Where to sell your vinyl records? Call Paul and our cash for records team at 216-315-8216. Bring your vinyls in for an inspection or we can come to you.. We strive to make the process as convenient as possible by traveling to you to buy your old vinyl records if needed. Who will buy old vinyl records? Local and nationwide record stores, local buyers, platforms like eBay and flipsy, some used bookstores, and Record/Music stores will all buy your old vinyl records. Cash for records also speci...
Vinyl records can withstand a lot of wear and tear. However, they also have a reputation for attracting grime and dust. If you recently dug up a rare gem from a flea market or just need to clean up a favorite record, there are steps you have to follow. Keeping vinyl records clean is essential to avoid unwanted noise caused by scratches, static, dust, and fingerprints. It is hard to enjoy your favorite song if too many pops and cracks make it inaudible! Follow these steps on how to clean vinyl r...
Like anything in life, vinyl records need to be handled with love and care if you want to protect them and maintain their value. Although vinyl records are sturdy and thick, they can be ruined easily if not handled correctly. If I don't take care of my vinyl records, what happens to them? Mold Dust Break Bend Warp If you just decided to throw all your vinyl records into a big box and set it off to the side in your garage, shed or attic... Odds are that most of your collection, if n...
Trying to find out how much your vinyl records are worth before you sell your record collection? Are you searching for records buyer near me? We Buy Old Rock, Jazz, Blues, R&B and Soul Records and Albums! Cash For Records is an experienced, trusted vinyl buyer of old 33s, 45s and 78s. You'll get the best price for your vinyl albums from a pro like Paul at Cash For Records. Remember, we come to you to review your record collection! So,let's get started! First call Paul at Cash For Re...
"That was kind of a weird year to be opening up an all-vinyl record shop," Andy says. "DJs still played mostly vinyl in that year. We had people come in from all over the world to that shop. Afrika Bambaataa came in, we had DJ Shadow there multiple times."
"I always find something new here," Emmet Benedict says. "I love exploring the old vinyl that are kinda on the cheaper side. The last time I was here, I got Slayer vinyl, that was half red and half black, I'm always about the colorful vinyls."
Here at Hudson Valley Vinyl we are music lovers and collectors ourselves. We have been digging up and buying vinyl records for well over 15 years. Your vinyl records will always find a good home and remember as always, we pay top dollar!
78s: At 10 inches in diameter, 78s are not quite as small as 45s but not quite as large as LPs. They feature one song on each side and were made of shellac as opposed to vinyl. They were originally packaged in plain or generic paper sleeves and are quite fragile.
Founded in 2001, Bakersfield's Going Underground Records is Central California's largest and longest running vinyl record store and has recently expanded with a new brick-and-mortar location in Los Angeles!
We are a network of honest and trusted collectors and resellers of used/old vinyl record albums, operating across Ontario, Canada; with decades of knowledge and experience. We offer an informative, personal, fair and thorough examination of your vinyl record collection. We are collectors foremost, and resellers second; meaning that we pay top dollar.
Unlike resellers/stores that seek to buy your records cheap for resale at their own profit, and that say they will pay you a portion of what your records typically sell for, or that say they will pay $x/record, we don't believe in generalizations. Instead, we examine each vinyl record individually, and we pay up to 100% for particular vinyl record LPs that we as collectors, have been trying to find.
Do you have stacks of old vinyl records packed away or collecting dust on your shelf? Ever wonder if your vinyl records are worth anything? We enlisted the help of three experts to show you which are the most valuable records in the world, how to find record values, and where to sell records so you can cash in on your old vinyl.
Yes, we buy record collections of all sizes, big and small. From storage unit, house and estate clearances, to simply clearing a shelf or two, we're here to offer top $$$ and hassle-free convenience with our professional, prompt and friendly vinyl purchase service.
The Most Valuable Vinyl Record In The WorldJohn Marshall's love for old records began when he startedcollecting albums from the jukebox distributor down the street from hischildhood home. His collection grew during a 30-year career in radio, when hewould save promo records that flooded the station.
CDs made up 5.5% of overall revenues, while vinyl accounted for 4.5%; the average list price of a CD dropped to $13.21 in 2019 from $13.43 in 2018, while vinyl averaged $26.05, a jump from $25.10 the year before.
Part of the vinyl experience is the hum of the needle along the record grooves and the occasional crackling sound. Romantic, poetic, artistic people love this add-on. It adds texture to the whole experience.
Vinyl record sleeves are nice to look at. They have more aesthetic appeal compared to CDs or tapes. A shelf full of vinyl record have more impact compared to a shelf full of CDs or a media player with billions of music files. Some people even buy vinyl records just because they love the packaging. 041b061a72