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    I've posted this link to my old photobucket page on many audio forums over the years. Being that Audionirvana is so music oriented, I figured I'd share a few of the promo labels I've come across in my collection of LP's. These pictures are by no means a complete list, but rather a snapshot of the more common types that I came across when I was attempting to catalog the many thousands of LP's after receiving them. I only got to 585 or so LP's in my database before I gave up the exercise of cataloging.

    Do any of you actively collect WLP (white label promo) or other colors/types?

    http://s51.photobucket.com/user/Mitc...0Demo%20Labels

    (Ignore the bolded link, I can't remove it for some reason and it just points to the main photobucket page)
    Last edited by MikeCh; 04-06-2016, 01:25 AM.
    Mike
    Avanti Audio

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    I don't collect promos but may give deference to a promo when a choice is to be made. I've had good luck with Philips classical promos being super quiet.

    P.S. I had no luck seeing your pictures with the link: http://s51.photobucket.com


    PPS Looks the first post in a thread is not subject to comment.

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    • #3
      Well, I guess I can't post a link to my public folder on photo bucket. The link keeps reverting to the main photobucket page and no further. Sorry.
      Mike
      Avanti Audio

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      • #4
        Here's the link a different way:

        http://s51.photobucket.com/user/Mitc...0Demo%20Labels




        Mike
        Avanti Audio

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          That works - nice view into your promo collection!

      • #5
        I have mixed feelings and experiences with promo pressings. Overall, I think it's a crap shoot. For instance, some promos are EQ'd for radio stations and tend to be brighter.
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        • Johnny Vinyl
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          I agree totally. They're not something I seek out....unless of course it comes recommended.

        • allenh
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          Same here. I think the only WLP I have is LZ III, but not in great shape. ;-(
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