I bet if we pooled our resources we could build a time machine which allows us to go back and buy all these now-expensive records when they first came out. Today's musings come to you from a 3hr meeting I have been sat in, where the interesting topic has been the design for a toilet core.
Sold an expensive record on eBay a few weeks ago. Just had a claim against me for not sending it. Luckily I kept the receipt and it shows as an attempted delivery awaiting pick up from the depot. Hopefully this evidence is enough to clear me....
One great thing about RSD is that its a chance to check out other stores. 3 packages arrived today from places I have never used before. 1 has top rate packaging (card liners and bubble wrap) and another included a free flexi disc. Im going to order from both of those again in the future!
Its been 5 months but I finally have the correct B-C disc from the Bill Evans - Evans in England set (I originally was sent 2 copies of the A-B side). US postal service struggled but got there in the end!
Just wanted to thank everyone for the advice yesterday on the potential sale of my Frank Ocean - Blond. The buyer messaged and offered up an extra 50euro on top of an already crazy amount and I agreed (its now on its way to him). Feels like winning the lottery!
Does anyone know if theres a maximum number of days that a record should be shipped out after a discogs purchase? I bought a record on the 13th and have just been sent a message to say that its been posted. Seems like a very long wait.