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    of course people go to the goodwill and stuff but where ever you from name a place thats good to dig.
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    here in kentucky the best thing to do is wait for the state antique fair in nashville tennesse. people bring MAD records out there. guys be the with like 200 crates of stuff. and nothin is usually over 4 dollars.
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    of couse the best places for record digging are 2nd hand vinyl shops or fleamarkets..

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    Used book stores.

    I always find high quality rare records at used bookstores.


    Nobody ever buys 'em so there's usually a lot of good records hiding out in there.

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    CD warehous has some records too. they are in the back at the one here in clarksville, tennessee. theres like 400 or 500 records there. they got alot of rock, soul, funk, and hip hop.
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    We have one record store in the Sault that carries old rock lps..thats basically it haha

    They do carry the odd funk/soul/jazz record that I'll pick up at my weekly visit lol. But after Thursday they only have rock, cuz I've been there lol.

    Most of the time tho I just go to various thrift shops around town finding weird stuff to add to my small but growing collection.

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    www.craigslist.org
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    Area exclusive, but sometimes you can find some really good deals. I found an ad for a lady with a sweet-ass collection. I usually hit her up like once a month now.

    And for those hard to find records...

    www.gemm.com

    Sometimes they can be pricey, but if you can't find it anywhere else, what are you gonna do?

    Peace!
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    has anyone got any good websites with free, royalty free samples, obviously nothing great, just good drumsets and shyt

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    I can't give away the most reliable source I've found. But theres a spot here off 1960 called Half Price Books that usually has some nice records at fair prices.
    I see your fear. I see your greed. Only when I plunge... will you see me. Prick.

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    thrift stores, down here they got this huge ass record store called blue note records...

    everybody know about it but they have crazy amounts of records...

    They charge $$$$ though

    garage sales are good places to look...

    **** even the library got records sometimes...

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