One of our good customers had this to say about some Hot Stampers he purchased recently:
I have really been enjoying the Neil Young “After The Gold Rush” and CSN&Y “So Far.” They are like the “Workingman’s Dead” LP. Just a thrill to hear. The instruments on “After The Gold Rush” fill my room like they would in a live performance. Addictive.
Addiction is the name of the game!
If you’re an audiophile who is not addicted to good sound and good music, you won’t be one for long.
And if you have been in this game for a very long time like I have, you have no doubt met self-identified audiophiles with systems that haven’t been improved in twenty years, and are rarely used.
I like to think those are the audiophiles who own lots of audiophile records, the ones that are designed to show off stereo equipment and typically have little in the way of musical value.
Audiophiles with vintage pressings of real music rarely abandon the hobby in my experience.
And if you have Hot Stamper pressings, why would you ever give up on hearing music that sounds as good as our records sound?
Thanks for your letter.