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Gasser Dale said:We've pressed all our 45's through United & all have sounded great. Never had a problem with them. We also just pressed an LP with them & sounds great so far. Good people to deal with as well.
-La Ti Da
United is great!
Is that place still around? Mobineko? I know they were brokering the vinyl out, doing only print in house.
Anyway, I use Rainbo Records in CA, exclusively, best vinyl quality I have seen, average weight is around 155 grams, and they do special 200 gram pressings for me when I ask, since I've used them so much. Price is great, customer service is great, quality is awesome.
I always get my records mastered (master lacquer cut) elsewhere though. Saves a bit of money, and his cuts are ace.
Sorry to bring up such an old thread. I am, as I am sure a lot of others are, a vinyl geek :)
Wow Dave, way to dig up a discussion from the past! This topic is almost three years old. I'm going to close it, mainly because there are newer discussions on the same very topic in the Labels & Distros group which have much more current info. Please use those group forums! That's what they're here for. Thanks.