:lol:vinyl master wrote: ↑07 Oct 2017 07:14You might also want to consider making an annual expedition out to one of your local record shows, like this one, AceDeuce73...AceDeuce73 wrote:
I would love if thrift stores in my area had enough records to require hours to look through. A few minutes at most, and that on the rare times they have anything. Goodwill has been a good source, with prices of $1 in general, but lately have been pricing higher than that at times. Found a nice Onkyo CP-1057F table for $50 there, so I tend to swing by as often as I can. Salvation Army is more hit and miss, with a few bins of the same unwanted easy-listening, Christmas and other records sitting for months. Never seen a single bit of audio gear at all. Maybe the good stuff never makes it out of the back out to their floor.
https://corpuschristi.craigslist.org/em ... 33049.html
Ever been here, too?
https://www.facebook.com/Dynamite-Recor ... /?ref=py_c
https://local.yahoo.com/info-19329888-m ... ISHR:B4693
https://local.yahoo.com/info-141542004- ... ISHR:B4693
Hmmm, budget records....
Well, most of my records like 45's I've gotten for about 50 cents and really honestly I really don't keep track of all the prices of the records I have. I've been doing it for so long now. I've gotten things off of ebay, goodwill, a site I don't really buy from anymore, (Thursday's Goldden Goodies)
Some years ago, my mom was at a yardsail and she picked up some records for me that the lady let her have for only $10.00.
But, if I'm going to shell out any kind of money for a record; it has to be something I want enough to own on a record. Also, it has to be something I'm going to get use out of.