LARS GULLIN QUARTET
ORIGINAL JAZZ 10" FROM THE 1950s.
COVER IS IN VG++ CONDITION WITH SOME DISCOLORATION.
SIDE ONE IS VG++ CONDITION WITH LIGHT SCUFFS. IT PLAYS WITH OCCASIONAL SURFACE NOISE.
SIDE TWO HAS A SURFACE COATING OF SOME SORT AND IT PLAYS WITH A CONTINUOUS BACKGROUND NOISE AS A RESULT.
THE MUSIC IS STILL QUITE AUDIBLE AND ENJOYABLE.
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In Your Ear has been selling music to the masses since 1982. We carry new and used LPs, CDs, DVDs, 45s, 12" singles, posters and who-knows-what-else! We have 2 physical locations in Massachusetts and 1 in Rhode Island:
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RECORD GRADING POLICY
MINT = like new or near new with only one or two small insignificant defects, a 9 or better on a 1-10 scale
EXCELLENT = Would be Near Mint, except for a couple of light hairlines or scuffs, which do not affect play
VG++ = still a very nice record with all or nearly all of its original gloss but may have a few more light, surface marks, hairlines, needle tracks or the like which should not materially affect play
VG+ = a nice, but used record that may have a series of light scuffs or scratches. It probably plays with a few pops, but has no serious problems.
VG = a well-used record that still should sound OK when played, but may have moderate surface noise, pops, etc.
VG- = a very well-worn record that plays through without skipping, but will do until a better copy comes along.
Good = not actually good at all but probably will play through but with much in the way of surface noise, pops, crackles, etc. Still, will have no cracks, chips or the like
Fair = you are getting this record just to own but not to play
Poor = the sky's the limit, generally I will discard a record this bad (and sell the cover, jacket or sleeve alone) unless the label holds some particular interest
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