Why Sell Your Vinyl Records to Us?
Vinyl Record USA has over 20 years of experience and our extensive knowledge allows us to get you the most money for your records. We are collectors ourselves and have a great understanding of what kind of records are most in demand and command the highest prices.
Where are you located? Which areas do you serve?
Vinyl Record USA is located in Ridgewood, Queens, NY. However we make house calls for large collections in Brooklyn, Queens, The Bronx, Manhattan, Staten Island, Long Island, the Tri-State area and across the country 7 days a week. We will schedule an appointment for a time that works best for you. Call us 855-CASH4LP (855-227-4457) to make an appointment.
What kinds of music do you buy?
We buy most kinds of music, especially Rock, Soul, Funk, Jazz, Blues, Gospel, Disco, Hip Hop, World Music, Latin, African, Indian, Panamanian, Caribbean, Reggae and Calypso, Audiophile Pressings and weird records!

Records we do not buy: Broadway Showtunes, Opera, Comedy, Childrens, Christmas, Easy Listening, Reader’s Digest Box Sets, Sinatra and Streisand as well as most Country and Classical. Sorry – we do not buy CD’s.
Is there a minimum or size limit for collections that you look at?
No record collection is ever too small or too big. For large collections we do in-home visits! Small collections you can bring to our location in Ridgewood, Queens, NY.
Is there a charge for your service?
Our appointments are free of charge with no obligation to sell. We will never pressure you to make a sale. There is no cost to you to have us come look at your collection.
How do you pay?
We always pay in cash at the end of the appointment.
What do you do with the records that you buy?
We distribute them to other collectors and stores.
What kind of records do I have?
If you’re curious, here’s a guide you might find useful. The vinyl in your collection is probably going to be in one of the following formats:

45 RPM / 7′′ singles:

These records are seven inches across, usually have a large center hole, play at 45 RPM, and most often have one song on each side. Some people call them “seven inches,” others call them “45s” or “singles.”


The classic album format. They are 12′′ across, have small center holes, typically play at 33 1/3 RPM, and have several songs on a side. They are usually called “LPs,” “33s,” “albums,” or “records.”

12′′ Singles:

These records became popular around the time of disco, and look a lot like LPs. They are also 12′′ across and have a small center hole, but unlike an LP, usually only have one song on each side. Many disco, dance, and rap singles came out on 12′′.


The first kind of popular record format 78s are usually made of shellac, and can be told from LPs or 45s by their unique size (10′′ across, sized in between 45s and LPs). They usually only have one song per side, and require a special type of needle and turntable to play.

10′′ LPs or Singles:

If you have a record that’s 10′′ in diameter (like a 78) but plays at 33 1/3 RPM and has several songs per side (like an album), you may have a 10′′ LP.

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