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Buying and Trading
Yes we do! We offer cash or trade for vinyl and we pay fair prices which will all depend on saleability and condition. At this point in time we are not taking any classical or country and limited easy listening. If you would like to know if your collection is suitable you can call us to discuss on (07) 3395 4707
We do! Bring your CDs in and we will check out the titles and condition and make you an offer. If you are happy, we shake on it (just elbows during Covid please and thank you) and you leave with cold hard cash in your pocket. Prices for cash and trade-in will vary according to quality and stock availability.You can call us ahead of time to find out current trade in rates.
We buy and trade in music and pop culture collectables... We would love to hear about any collectable items you may have. From signed memorabillia to tour merchandise or 70s Star Wars figurines to 90s Pokemon cards. You can call us anytime to see if your collectables are suitable. We offer cash or trade.
All autographed items in Rockaway have been thoroughly researched and authenticated from the person that actually attained them and not any unknown 3rd parties. Signed items come with Rockaway Records Certificate of Authenticity and lifetime guarantee!
We take extra precautions with posting items and all vinyl is sent in LP packers which ensure a firm and sturdy case for the records.
We only put out records that we know will play. Some vinyl may have pops and crackles due to age, but if any track does not play then you can return a used vinyl for cash back or exchange. And records over $9.99 are cleaned by us and generally provided with a new inner sleeve and a new clear record outer sleeve.
You can check out all info at Rockaway vinyl grading.
All new vinyl is on the website and a selection of used vinyl also... but we have thousands more records in-store just waiting for you to dig around.
Yes, we are the only Rockaway Records Australia, but we do have a brother store in L.A. For more info on the story, check it out HERE.
Before starting the grand production, record companies will press a few copies of a record in order to test the quality of a stamper, to customize and adjust settings of a press and generally to make sure the music sounds as good as the master file on a freshly pressed record. Test pressings are usually very limited run pressings that have simple white center labels with printed or handwritten notes.
This basically means records that have a special sound mix of 4.0 surround sound. Some QUADraphonic records can sound very different from their stereo counterpart.