- Grand Duchy of Tuscany
- Joined on March 9, 2012
I use Discogs as a contributor, as a seller and as a buyer too. I've been collecting records for more than 30 years and in the early 90s I started selling duplicates or items I didn't listen to anymore.
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-.
Most of the records in my sale list come from my collection, some (usually the 'odd ones' out of my musical taste) come from other friends' collections.
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 do not accept paypal anymore.
Just one thing to say about me as a buyer: I will never buy anything from those sellers who constantly unlist/relist their items and spam my daily wantlist email.
About me as a contributor.
I try to be as accurate as possible when I submit new releases from my collection. I've learnt a lot from other users here and I'm always open to suggestions and advices. We all work for the database, not for ourselves.
I also fix a lot of poor submissions in this database so, if you find an error I missed, just drop a comment. I do always reply to comments/questions/advices. If you vote without asking me for a correction first, expect me to return the favour.
If you add data to one of my contributions, please have the courtesy to cast a 'correct' vote before editing. Same if you're doing mass edits.
Please don't add fantasy dates: these will be reverted. Please remember that neither copyright dates nor mastering dates in the runouts are release dates.
If you are a newcomer, please read at least the basic Guidelines before starting submitting: formal errors like capitalization, track positions etc. are inexcusable.
Last but not least: If you need to send me a PM about a submission, please provide a link to that submission in your email otherwise I can't guarantee a reply.
Thanks for looking! :-)