- Grand Duchy of Tuscany
- Joined on March 9, 2012
I've been collecting records for more than 35 years and since the early 90s I'm selling and trading duplicates, items I didn't listen to anymore or simply items found in job lots I occasionally buy.
As a (private) seller, I try to grade as strict as possible for your total satisfaction. I know the frustration of a buyer receiving an overgraded item. I don't use the NM grade very often and many of my VG+ LPs are actually EX+ or even NM-. ALL records are graded personally by myself.
Click here to check if I'm currently selling records on your wantlist, or better just browse my inventory.
Always read my S&P terms before ordering: I do not ship worldwide and I do not accept paypal anymore.
As a contributor, I will not allow any sort of vandalism, rankhunting or preference edit on any of my contributions.
These will NOT be tolerated and promptly reverted, as they are NOT allowed. → RSG §1.10.3 + this binding Staff decision + another Staff statement.
I always reply to questions/comments left on any of my own contributions, so feel free to leave a comment if you have any doubt about the data entered.
I do expect you to cast a positive vote on any of my contributions before adding any more data or making one of those annoying mass edits. It's just a matter of common courtesy.
If you cast positive votes on my submissions, be confident that sooner or later I'll check yours and do the same to yours. :-)
As I have disabled most forum-related notifications, if you need help on any specific forum discussion please send me a PM. Pinging will not work anymore.
Speaking of PMs, please don't waste your time sending me PMs if you're asking:
– explanations about a negative vote: I don't cast many negatives these days but, if I do, the answer is in the guideline(s) linked in the comment a/o in the release history;
– to sell any item in my collection: what I have for sale is listed here, all the rest is not for sale or already gone;
– to rip anything from my collection, I am not going to do it.
Last but not least: always remember that, from a database perspective, "common sense does not exist in Discogs" (cit.).
Thanks for looking! :-)
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