Stan Getz " GETZ" restige 24019 (2lps, PROMO) - Jazz Vinyl
December 22, 2021
December 13, 2020
Getz, StanStan Getz(1949, 1950, 1958 material)Prestige PR 24019 N (2 lps, gf, p]
N Record may be unplayed or has been played once or couple of times. There may be a couple hairline marks visible under light and very close inspection. If there are multiple hairline marks, I will list as N- or E+. There should not be any issues at all.
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Grading Code and Aberviation Key
* denotes stereo FS Factory Sealed
NM Record has never been played. Often, a sealed lp (e.g. Blue Note, Prestige) is opened to check label designation
N Record may be unplayed or has been played once or couple of times. There may be a couple hairline marks visible under light and very close inspection. If there are multiple hairline marks, I will list as N- or E+. There should not be any issues at all.N- Very light hairline marks can be seen upon close inspection. There may be minor signs of the record being taken in and out of the inner sleeve, or tiny signs of use generally. Imperfections will NOT affect playback.
E+ Very little if any surface noise in spots. Many E+ records could play out as essentially new. Often will have surface scraches upon closer inspection. Should be suitiable for most.
E Slight overall surface noise typical of many older used LPs (should not be a record that is loaded with pops & tics. Should NOT have any scratches that could be felt, however surface scratch are likely present). High filters on many stereos could remove the slight overall noise. Will have some light scraths, or may have numerous hairline scratches and/or surface scuffs. E records overall should play fine without any much if any disruption.
E- Surface and background noise below music level but record is noisy. Will have scratches. Scrathes on E- graded records will typical be slightly more significant than hairline, but will NOT have deep scracthes. Most marks will still be surface but will be longer and/or more will be present than an record graded E or E+
Very rarely I will sell G or F unless its a very rare and sought after record that is still desirable even in the following media conditions.
G Record worn, playable, noise level close to or equal to music level
F Record very worn, music level same or less than noise level.
sl slit in cover (usually small)
cc corner cut (usually very small)
hp hole punch
gf gate fold cover
DG deep groove
p promo, DJ, etc
wobc writing on back cover
woc writing on front cover
wocs writing on front back covers
Blue blue label i.e. Prestige YL yellow & black label re-Prestige
TPL trumpeter logo re Verve
Orange, gf = original Impulse
Drummer original EmArcy label
BGP Bill Grauer Presents: eg. Riverside (if not BGP, then assume Orpheum)