Does anybody by vinyl anymore?
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    I put up some of my old records on ebay. I have about 2000 I only have 40 on ebay at this point. Depending how they do, I plan on auctioning off them all one at a time, maybe put together a few bundles.

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    I buy them, but usually only at bargain prices. That Club Nouveau is at the local Goodwill for $1.
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    I buy it when I can find it. Sadly most record stores around here have closed. Interesting side note, watch I Need That Record for an interesting look into mainstream music/radio and media in general. Great movie.
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    Discogs.com also seems like the place to buy/sell individual records as well.
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    I've got about 15 records from Discogs in transit to me right now
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    I buy loads! Both from Discogs and new ones from online record stores.

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    Wow you got some funky ass tunes for sale there. But your prices are unrealistic IMHO. Then again if you're really patient and you don't mind selling one every couple months or so you will probably do well like this, as long as someone somewhere is looking for this or that track and is willing to pay top dollar for it. But if you really want the records to move, lower your price expectations.
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    I buy vinyl monthly. Probably set a bigger budget for records than i do MP3's (i know you need a bigger budget for less quantity).

    Opening a new vinyl still feels so much better than opening a new track in itunes (no hate towards itunes as i have been using since it first came on the go and believe technology should move forward )

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    Just to throw a wrench in this wheel…I don't. I never liked the sound of them compared to uncompressed digital audio, so I don't buy vinyl of "listening music," and I have no plans at all to ever DJ with vinyl again…

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    every saturday at 7:30am i leave with ym friend and go to garage ales until noon, i buy records all the time generally i buy them for 1-2 bucks at garage sales, but i will pay more for specifics i love and records will sell quick on ebay just put them up for 7 days in 100 record lots you can make a few hundred easy

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