How we grade:

We more or less use the Record Collectors grading.

P / F / G / VG / EXC / M

But after many years on ebay,we've learned to use (+ / - )

With these we are able to show if it is on the higher or lower scale of each grading.

Therefore we can grade like this:

VG- / VG / VG+ / VG++ / EXC- / EXC / EXC+ / NM / M

VG stand for a record that's been played and shows signs of use, but should play fine. VG- means more signs of use and could crackle and have occasional ticks and even a few pops. So a VG++ is then of course visually less played and is therefore of a higher playback quality.

MINT is also a grading many sellers never dare to use, as it's said by just as many that there is no record in the world to be MINT.

Well, we've decided to use this when it's still sealed records. Because in theory they could be MINT, but in reality they're usually not. 

In very rare cases when we find a record that is so shiny, clean and without any signs of use what so ever, we would if we feel brave that day, dare to call it mint. 

Many of you already know this type of grading since 10 years back or so, and several of you have bought records from us through the years and know that we deliver great stuff.

But if you are not satisfied with a record, you could always send it back and get a refund. Of course!

Peace!

Bromma Records Crew

How can I listen to soundclips / Mp3's?

Unfortunately this websollution we use have not yet developed any possibility for us to integrate any mediaplayer with the item description.

But if you see a line that looks like this in the item description:

http://www.ecommerceplayer.com/MediaPlayer.aspx?id=4ab1530c-8e63-4f41-acae-458934c3af72

You can then copy and the paste it in your browser. Then you will be linked to ecommerceplayer so you can listen to the MP3 file.

Sorry for this, but if you are not in a hurry, then you have the possibilty to listen to it even if the method of doing it. Is a little bit old fashioned.

Player doesn't function when you use your phone :-(

We choose just to do this when it comes to really obscure records and not the obvious classic ones.