Burlington Records is located in the heart of downtown Burlington, Vermont. Located on the corner of Church and Bank Streets, just steps off the Church Street Marketplace pedestrian mall. OPEN SUN-THURS 11am-9pm, FRI-SAT 11am-10pm
SELL YOUR RECORDS, STEREO EQUIPMENT, MUSIC MEMORABILIA, INSTRUMENTS….
Always Buying…no appointment needed. Burlington Records is constantly buying records, used cd’s, stereo equipment, concert posters, and other music memorabilia. We’ve laid out some guidelines below, but there are always exceptions, so feel free to give us a call if you have any questions. Items to be considered for purchase may be brought in during business hours.
We will travel near and far for a collection under certain conditions. No collection too large or too small!
Records: The 33 RPM (12 inch) records we don’t buy are: classical, christmas, organ music, polkas, etc….We do buy: rock, jazz, blues, bluegrass, country, punk, soul, R&B,comedy, spoken word and more contemporary music. Vinyl must be in perfect condition, covers can have some wear and tear. For the records we consider “commons” we pay 50 cents to 5 dollars each. For more collectible material, we pay up to 30%-50% of what we think we can sell it for. We strive to be fair and honest with all transactions.
We do buy 45RPM records (the small record with the big hole). Must be in a paper sleeve or album. Records must be in great condition, sleeve can have some wear. We only buy 78’s if they are early rock, small combo jazz, or blues. No symphonic, orchestral, etc.
Stereo Equipment: Used and vintage stereo equipment including turntables, amps, pre-amps, cassette decks, reel to reels, speakers. All eras. All stereo equipment must be in perfect working order. Separate components only. No all-in-one or console systems.
Musical Instruments: Used and vintage instruments and equipment. Guitars, banjos, amps, mandolins, etc etc. All eras.
Music Memorabilia: Concert posters, programs, concert tickets, vintage tees, magazines, autographs, etc. We are widely recognized as experts in the field. No collections too large or small.
Burlington Records 170 Bank Street (corner of Church and Bank streets) Burlington, VT 05401 Phone: (802)881-0303……To get here, Take exit 14W off of I-89. Merge onto US-2 (which becomes main street). Continue 2 miles, past the University of Vermont and into Downtown. Turn Right onto St. Paul Street, then take your second right onto Bank Street, we’re on the left at 170 Bank Street…or just park in downtown, walk up the Church St Marketplace to Bank St, you’ll find us on the corner.