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In Reply to: RE: What is the most you have ever paid for an LP? posted by TGR on March 16, 2017 at 14:30:01
Back in the day I spent upwards of $250 for some of the rarer, most desirable RCAs and Mercurys. Most of those I sold to fund equipment upgrades. Now with prices for RCAs and Mercs having dropped I was able to replace those LPs at a fraction of the price. I'm currently on the lookout for Columbia SAX and 3 digit EMI ASDs. I recently paid $150 for a Columbia SAX pressing with Szell and the Cleveland. But I'm a knucklehead...
I've got a copy from when they were issued, and I am embarrassed to admit that I either have never played it or I played it only once when I first bought it. I have no recollection of its sound quality or even the content.
To be honest, I would have to say no. It is really good, both musically and sonically but I can't honestly say it is worth $100. Having said that, they go for $200 now!
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