Record Stores in Dallas, TX

Discussion in 'Music, Movie and Hardware Store Guide' started by hfarrior3, Apr 3, 2018.

  1. hfarrior3

    hfarrior3 I see you rolled your way into the semis. Thread Starter

    Location:
    Montgomery, AL
    Possibly going to Dallas in a few months and wanted some input on which record stores I need to hit up. Will only have time for maybe two.

    Thanks
     
  2. curbach

    curbach Some guy on the internet

    Location:
    The ATX
    There is a thread already with lots of info. Do a search :wave:
     
  3. chargrove

    chargrove Brilliant Genius

    Location:
    Fort Worth, TX
    short answer: DALLAS - Josey Records & Good Records; GRAND PRAIRIE - Forever Young (you simply must go here)
     
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  4. bubba-ho-tep

    bubba-ho-tep Forum Resident

    Location:
    Wylie, TX, USA
    I'll be there bright and early on April 21! :wave:
     
  5. Joey Self

    Joey Self Red Forman's Sensitivity Guru

  6. Bob_in_OKC

    Bob_in_OKC Frequent Visitor

    Location:
    Dallas, Texas
    It can be quite a trek to get some of these places. I live in the city limits of Dallas, and for me it’s hard to muster up the energy to get all the way to Josey Records. It’s the best overall store, for my purposes...selection, prices, location.
     
  7. Joey Self

    Joey Self Red Forman's Sensitivity Guru

    I have some vinyl I'd like to sell/trade. Do they give good prices for the trade-ins?

    JcS
     
  8. Bob_in_OKC

    Bob_in_OKC Frequent Visitor

    Location:
    Dallas, Texas
    I’ve never taken any records in to sell, so I don’t know. I saw a Yelp review where someone was unhappy with being offered $36 for seven opened records he got for Christmas. It sounds like a good offer for a record store.
     
  9. n.phelge

    n.phelge Forum Resident

    Location:
    Dallas
    I've only taken in some standard, non-collectable CDs, and I got what you would expect from most stores - nothing much, but easier than the hassle of selling them. Two things that I'm assuming are still standard:
    • Unlike some stores, they don't provide an alternative of a higher offer for store credit - you just get a cash offer.
    • You get 10% off any used items you purchase at the time of your sell.
     
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