Don't just walk into a record store and ask them to buy your vinyl record collection. You can get the best price for 33s, 45s and 78s with Cash For Records' personal approach to buying old albums.
So,let's get started! First call Paul at Cash For Records. He'll guide you through the process of how to sell your vinyl records, and set up an appointment with you. We will travel throughout Ohio and adjoining states. We love to meet collectors in Cleveland, Erie, Pittsburgh, Youngstown, Toledo, Columbus, Cincinnati and everywhere in between. You can also find more tips here that will help you turn those old records into cash!
So you have decided to part ways with your great uncle's vinyl record collection. That's great! The first step is always just making the decision to let go and move on..
If you wanted to go a little further...
Take a look at your records and find out:
- The Artist
- The Title
- The Condition
The condition can be just as important, if not more, than the name of the singer or band. Even if it is a rare album or a single from a popular artist, the record itself has little or no value if it was not taken care of.
There are 2 different ways to accurately grade a vinyl record.
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.
It's best to try out a number of systems first before settling on one turn table. Be sure to choose the turn table that most accurately plays the records. Placing the vinyl record on a turn table is also a good way to see if it is warped or bubbled from heat damage.
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.
Defects that were not visible on lower wattage lights now become profound when using a stronger light source or direct natural sunlight. As with the Play Grading, finding a light source that works best for you is important. It ensures your records were graded and priced appropriately.
We Have Over 20 Years of Experience
It's important to have a professional with years of experience look at your records with the correct tools and lighting. Anyone with little or no experience in records may not see or hear minor imperfections with the record. They also may not know how to calculate the price correctly as the condition of the record is just one factor in determining the final cost of the record or collection.
Paul, a professional who has been in the business for over 20 years can help you determine the condition of your single vinyl record or entire collection.
Call us today at 216-315-8216 to make an appointment and find out how much your records are worth!
We will come to your home or office to inspect your record collection - even if you only have a few! We are always prepared with the tools to inspect your records, packing materials and CASH.
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