As near as I can make out, they have large boxes to store a lot of records (not
what I want), thick plastic sleeves that will hold LP jackets (definitely not
what I want), and "albums" made of pressboard..exactly what I'm trying to get
rid of with this Scherchen set which IS in an album made of pressboard and
which weighs a ton.
Can't be that hard to find 'em, especially when Mosaic and Bear Family are
still using them..
Roger and Allison Kulp wrote:
> Aaron Levinson <[log in to unmask]> wrote: Actually, other than special packaging jobs, like the Albert Ayler box
> of a few years back, the standard configuration for box sets of CD's is
> the slipcase. This allows multiple discs and a booklet to be housed in a
> box that still matches the same profile and can be displayed/ shelved
> without deviation from the standard CD dimensions. The terribly wasteful
> longbox, to my knowledge, thankfully has not been used for anything
> whatsoever for many, many years.
> Roger and Allison Kulp wrote:
>> Then they must be one the last ones to do this.Last I checked,CD box sets came in longbox size boxes.
>> Don Cox wrote: On 12/02/07, David Lennick wrote:
>>> While we're on the subject of LP albums, does anyone know of a source
>>> for LP boxes..the kind that would hold 3 or 4 LPs, like an opera set?
>>> Not shipping boxes. Bags Unlimited doesn't have anything like
>>> this..the only multiple units they have are 2-LP jackets. They were
>>> still being manufactured in the 90s for Laserdisc sets (Dawn of Sound
>> Mosaic records put out their jazz CD sets in LP size boxes, so they must
>> have a source.
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