Billy Burnette Self Titled 1979 Polydor 1st Pressing VG+/VG+ For Sale

Billy Burnette Self Titled 1979 Polydor 1st Pressing VG+/VG+

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Billy Burnette Self Titled 1979 Polydor 1st Pressing VG+/VG+:

Billy Burnette Self Titled 1979 Polydor 1st Pressing VG+/VG+. The vinyl has a few scuffs and hairlines, no scratches that can be felt. I tested it, no background noise noted in the 4 tracks I tested. The Inner sleeve is original and looks very good, slight decay from the vinyl on one side. The outer looks great, it has a clipped corner or I would've rated it a NM. A nice additional to any country rock collection.

All vinyl listed is cleaned with my iSonic Ultrasonic Cleaner and shipped in a rice paper sleeve and clear poly outer. The photos are not stock, they are actual photos. Please ask if you have questions. I will combine shipping, add 1.00 for each additional album. See my other listings. Please contact me if you are not happy before you leave negative response.


Mint: Factory sealed, unopened, the cover has no bumps, edge or shelf wear.

Near Mint, NM: Vinyl is near perfect, very shiny like new,no scratches or hairlines, but may have a few minor paper scuffs. No cuts, saw marks, drill holes designating a wholesale.

Very Good Plus, VG+:Vinyl is shiny but does show some light dulling from use. Vinyl may have some light scratches and scuffs but is not coveredwith scratches. The scratches don’t appear to alter the sound. The covers may be modified with cuts/holes.

Very Good, VG: Vinyl will have dulling, hairlines and scuffs. Could have some scratches. Hairlines could cover a significantpart of the vinyl. Scratches could cause some background noise such as cracks and pops.

Good Plus, G+: Vinyl has significant dulling, may be covered with hairlines, scratches and scuffs. Some scratches may appear fairly deep and the sound could be significantly affected including skips and A light line on the vinyl that appears to be a hair. Lighter than a scratch and has less impact than a scratch. May cause some pops or cracks when playing but likely should not cause the vinyl to skip.

Scuff: Paper scuffs are from sliding the vinyl in and out of a paper sleeve.

Noisy: When playing you can hear light pops and cracks, especially between tracks.

Scratch: Deep hairline that you can catch your fingernail on and could cause a pop, crack, or even a skip.

Promo: Saw Cut, drill hole, corner clip doesn’t designate a Promotional Copy, some are but other evidence is needed, most of these cover modifications were made when sent to wholesale and the cut/hole meant it couldn’t be returned. If I list something as a promo there is evidence such a radio station markings, stamps, or runout codes designating demo/promo.

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