Are there other record stores with sites like Bull Moose and Silver Platters?

Discussion in 'Music, Movie and Hardware Store Guide' started by Bill Mac, Apr 27, 2019.

  1. Bill Mac

    Bill Mac Forum Resident Thread Starter

    Location:
    So. ME USA
    The online inventories (new and used) of Bull Moose and Silver Platters are normally up to date and easy to search for specific titles. So are there any other record stores with sites like Bull Moose and Silver Platters? Thanks in advance :)!

    Bull Moose
    Silver Platters
     
  2. Roland Stone

    Roland Stone Offending Member

    Location:
    Deep Maryland
    Dusty Groove in Chicago
     
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  4. cdash99

    cdash99 Forum Resident

    Location:
    Mass
    I’d never heard of Silver Platters until seeing your post, but one thing that caught my attention is that they are using the same software platform, which would account for the similarities.

    If I recall, the Bull Moose team developed this system, so they’re perhaps licensing it out as another revenue stream.
     
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  5. Bill Mac

    Bill Mac Forum Resident Thread Starter

    Location:
    So. ME USA
    Thanks for the suggestions and thoughts on Silver Platters software :)! I check Dusty Groove often but had not heard of Siren Records. The Silver Platters' website is almost a mirror image of the Bull Moose site. I did not realize that the Bull Moose team developed the software system. Thanks again!
     
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  6. Maurice

    Maurice Forum Resident

    Location:
    North Yarmouth, ME
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  8. MikeJedi

    MikeJedi Forum Resident

    Location:
    Las Vegas
    I love Silver Platters. I was inSeattle and found tons of stuff at great prices that I haven’t been able to find in Vegas and I also do phone orders with them .. great stuff. Amoeba does phone orders as well but not everything is on their site .. FWIW
     
  9. bresna

    bresna Forum Resident

    Location:
    York, Maine
    I've been using Euclid Records for a long time but I will add that I have had a few items that I ordered get sold locally before they could pull it off the shelf for me. Ditto Dusty Groove.
     
  10. St. Troy

    St. Troy It feels superior.

    Location:
    01887
    Can anyone recommend a good online record store that can be trusted for quality vinyl?

    I don't use vinyl myself anymore, but I'm looking for a new (must be new) copy of the gold vinyl edition of Stevie Nicks' Bella Donna for my daughter, which we bought once through Amazon, but (despite appearing to be sealed and new) had multiple scratches and mucho skipping.

    I don't mind spending a bit more to know it comes from a place that takes quality seriously.
     
  11. aperfecttool

    aperfecttool Ænimic

    Location:
    RDU, NC, USA
  12. St. Troy

    St. Troy It feels superior.

    Location:
    01887
    Thanks!
     
  13. purevinyl

    purevinyl Well-Known Member

    Location:
    Midwest

    :thumbsup:
     
  14. black sheriff

    black sheriff Forum Resident

    I've bought from Silver Platters store on discogs three times since March. Never bought from them before. Good store. All records were packed well and as described.
     
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  15. aperfecttool

    aperfecttool Ænimic

    Location:
    RDU, NC, USA
    I have used these two (they are actual record stores) as well sometimes for RSD stuff and they have always packed well but can be a bit pricey on the regular stuff available elsewhere:

    Port of Sound Records Vinyl Records

    Graywhale --> they use the same software as BullMoose
     

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