How To Order From Rod's Music

SELECT THE RECORDING THAT INTERESTS YOU.
USE THE ORDER FORM FOR BEST RESULTS.
INCLUDE PHONE #. SEND (OR CALL) YOUR ORDER TO ME.

I will check my inventory to see if I have your choices in stock. Then, I will let you know which selections I have and the price of each.

IF YOU WISH TO MAKE A PURCHASE, LET ME KNOW AND SEND YOUR CHECK OR MONEY ORDER. INDICATE WHETHER YOU WANT ALBUMS, TAPES, OR CD'S. ALSO, BE SURE TO INDICATE SEVERAL ALTERNATIVE CHOICES.

HOW DO YOU KNOW WHAT FORMAT THE RECORDING IS ?

If a CS follows an artist's name or recording, the selection is a CASSETTE TAPE.

If a CD follows an artist's name or recording, the selection is a COMPACT DISC.

If an A/CS or an A/CD follows, it means the selection is available as an ALBUM as well.

A selection without any recording format indicated would be a LONG-PLAY ALBUM.

HOW DO YOU KNOW WHAT THE PRICES ARE ?

PRICES VARY ON ALBUMS DUE TO SEVERAL FACTORS: the condition of the record or cover as well as the difficulty in obtaining a specific artist or recording.

Generally albums range from $10 to $15 each. Compact Discs are from $12 to $15 each. Cassette Tapes are usually $9 each.

SHIPPING AND HANDLING FEES. These rates apply within the United States only

1-3 recordings $3.50 --- 4-6 recordings $5.00

7-10 recordings $7.50 --- over 10 recordings $10.00

I don't always list current recordings that are available because of space limitations, but if it's a current recording, I can get it for you. Consequently, if you don't see a current I recording listed, ask about it! I will also put your requests on a WANT LIST, so when I find that recording, I can reserve it for you. Some customers will send an entire page of "wants" which is most helpful.

FINALLY, REMEMBER, THAT FOR EVERY 10 RECORDINGS YOU BUY AT ONE TIME, YOU WILL RECEIVE A FREE RECORDING OF YOUR CHOICE OF EQUAL OR LESSER VALUE.

Contact Rod Broding

40020 Crane Lake Drive
Battle Lake, MN 56515
(218) 864-4000

Rod Broding

 

Last Updated 02/01/09

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