Articles tagged “Gearogs”

Gearogs Database Trends, Most Wanted & Most Collected Gear of 2018

Gearogs blog header with Roland TR-909

Gearogs database grew about 12% over the past year. That doesn’t seem like much when comparing to Bookogs or Comicogs, but considering there’s a hell of a lot less items of audio gear than there are books and comics, it’s still pretty good. Thank you to everyone who has contributed or made edits to Gearogs. […]

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SPIN On The Sister-Sites: Submission Stats

Filmogs VHS collection

Discogs September Pledge Initiative is an annual submission drive to document and catalog as many music releases throughout month as possible, ultimately pushing towards Discogs goal to catalog every release in the world (you can read more about Discogs’ SPIN results here). This goal also extends to all of Discogs’ newer sister-sites: Bookogs, Gearogs, Comicogs, […]

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How Often Should You Change Your Turntable’s Stylus?

macro of turntable stylus

No one said collecting vinyl records was gonna be an easy hobby. There’s a lot to consider — how to store your records, clean them, check off items in your Wantlist without breaking the bank, etc. Let me throw another consideration onto this quickly mounting pile of vinyl concerns: Does your turntable’s stylus need replacing? […]

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Gearogs Mid-Year Review: Most Wanted & Collected

Most collected audio gear in the Gearogs database

Remember the start of 2018? So many resolutions – we were going to start eating right, working out, cataloging our whole collections… A few of these have gone out the window, but adding stuff to the database is infinitely easier than eating salad and donning trainers. So now that we’re officially past the mid-point of […]

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Audiowood’s Barky Turntable Looks As Good As It Sounds

audiowood barky turntable

This post is brought to you by Gearogs database and marketplace for music gear. Buy and sell music gear. Track your gear Collection. Save gear to your Wantlist. Contribute to the growing archive of music gear. Audiowood’s Barky is poised to take the title of 2018’s most interesting looking turntable, and we’re only in March. […]

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Physical Media is King: Make The Most Of Your Collection

Discogs add to collection

Remember how we all quit buying CDs, cassettes, records, DVDs, and books in favor of MP3s and eBooks because they were cheap and easily available? Us neither. Sure, we were wooed by the promise of new technology, the cost-savings, the convenience. We even dabbled with digital formats a little ourselves. But there was always something missing. […]

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Discogs Set-Ups: Check Out Our Turntables And Audio Gear

To celebrate the launch of the Gearogs Marketplace, and just for a little insight into what we do with all those records we’re buying, this month’s staff picks is exclusively and unashamedly about audio gear. We’re talking turntables, speakers, amps, mixers, right through to samplers, drum machines and effect pedals. Maybe it’s all the time […]

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How To Sell Your Turntable Online With Gearogs

turntable with Discogs turntable mat on the platter and crates of vinyl records in the background

Here’s what you’ll need: a turntable, 5 minutes, a Gearogs account, and a PayPal to receive those sweet sweet $$$ (or £, €, ¥, etc). Whether you recently upgraded, have a spare you no longer need, or your record player just isn’t getting as much use these days, maybe it’s time to sell? Give your […]

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Zero Seller Fees In Gearogs Marketplace, Better Payment Options And Site Features

Random*Source Serge Modular can be sold on Gearogs with no seller fees

The Gearogs marketplace has been heating up, with new pieces of equipment added to the database and listed for sale daily! If you’re not already familiar with Gearogs, it’s just like Discogs, but for gear. You can add your turntable, synth, mixer, or any other gear to the database, or buy and sell from the […]

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Discogs Database Hits 5m Artists and 1m Labels

Stack of records to be archived in the Discogs database

A few months ago we brought you news of the Discogs database hitting the 8 million releases catalogued milestone. Today we’re super excited to announce another milestone: the Discogs database holds over 5 million artists and 1 million labels! We’re making strides with our goal to create the biggest and most comprehensive music database and marketplace – but […]

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