Right, but can you tell some information on these disks? General info, like when they were made? The
EQ curve (they seem to be wide-groove 33 1/3 RPM, content seems to be late 40's and early 50's).
-- Tom Fine
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Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] This price is a joke, right?
>I don't think it is a joke but this dealer has many records at way-out-of-line prices IMO. Notice
>that this one is 20% off? Many of his records are discounted and still way over priced. Also notice
>that he has over 40k sales, but I have no idea how.
> He certainly doesn't take much time to make pictures. The label is on its side and there is no CU.
> Not very good salesmanship IMO.
> I also love the way ebay says that this guy (and many other dealers) receive consistently high
> feedback, but he is not 100%. So someone has given him bad remarks somewhere. I don't call that
> consistent. If he is so consistent why isn't he 100%?
> joe salerno
> On 4/23/2012 7:12 PM, Tom Fine wrote:
>> are these things really worth $160 each? Can someone provide some
>> history? They seem to be dubs of commercial masters, combined into a 6-8
>> minute "set" to be played between voiced announcements?
>> -- Tom Fine
> Joe Salerno