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Old 06-24-2020, 10:50 AM
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Talking Bon Jovi Trade!

Hello, I am a new member and a trader of Slippery When Wet Tour shows! I trade every format. If you are interested in trading, please visit my trading list site. https://gta-v-mitoszok.webnode.hu/ Domain is funny but the site is normal. My currrent want list:

I completed my final want list, so that's why the post became big

Nagoya 1987

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Old 06-24-2020, 12:28 PM
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Hello, I am a new member and a trader of Slippery When Wet Tour shows! I trade every format. If you are interested in trading, please visit my trading list site. https://gta-v-mitoszok.webnode.hu/ Domain is funny but the site is normal. My currrent want list:
Yokohama 1986 (3:1 trade)
Fukuoka 1986 (3:1 trade)
Nippon Budokan (Tokyo) 1986 (i give you every show you want)
Nagoya 1986 (3:1 trade)
Ipswich 1986 (3:1 trade)
Arnhem 1986 (3:1 trade)
Baltimore 1986 (i give you every show you want)

Every other show is 1:1 trade! If you don't have these shows no problem, I'm interested in every SWW stuff I don't have.
If I've understood the rules of this board correctly, we don't allow trading here. So please, offer those shows somewhere else if you want to, but not here
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Old 06-24-2020, 12:44 PM
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People actually still trade? That's so 15 years ago.

I could see certain ultra rare stuff that people pay a lot of money for like demos and unreleased material. That's its own category...

but all these audience bootlegs that just fall into people hands throughout trading circles from back in the day. 80% of stuff can be ripped off of YouTube or found free on Guitar101... The internet became too accessible and Bon Jovi aren't the band they once were so the fans aren't collecting like they once were... There is really no major demand for it anymore.

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Old 06-24-2020, 02:45 PM
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People actually still trade? That's so 15 years ago.

I could see certain ultra rare stuff that people pay a lot of money for like demos and unreleased material. That's its own category...

but all these audience bootlegs that just fall into people hands throughout trading circles from back in the day. 80% of stuff can be ripped off of YouTube or found free on Guitar101... The internet became too accessible and Bon Jovi aren't the band they once were so the fans aren't collecting like they once were... There is really no major demand for it anymore.

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Classic trading died in the summer of 2011 with the end of that tour. After that, almost no one returned for the WAN cycle anymore. Online trades yes, classic ones no.

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Classic trading died in the summer of 2011 with the end of that tour. After that, almost no one returned for the WAN cycle anymore. Online trades yes, classic ones no.

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Yep...I could totally feel that.. I'm not a huge bootleg collector... One, because I'll never have the time to listen to everything and two, they hold no real value.

Strictly talking audience, I'll usually collect A- and above for anything up to 2011 like you stated... I will collect some "B" recordings from the 80s and 90s if they are special shows like ones I attended or just a few of those magical ones...But anything from 2013 forward, is soundboard only.

Looking back at 2013, I don't think it was as terrible as we all thought but we did get a decent amount of Webcasts and I'm just not really into that time period. The soundboards we received are just enough to fill the pallet.

I also have a designated folder for Bootleg Performance for those that just can't be ignored.










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If I've understood the rules of this board correctly, we don't allow trading here. So please, offer those shows somewhere else if you want to, but not here
There isn't too much in the rules about trading because it mostly happens off the board and doesn't effect the legalities of the site itself.
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There should be an update on legalities.

Just for my own curiosity I'm sure the file sharing of official material is illegal, although you can easily rip or record right off of YouTube without someone banging down your door like in the Napster days...

But is sharing audience recordings still considered illegal? Back in the day, people would record a show and put it on a tape or CD and sell it which made it illegal... Now everything is on YouTube and some bands even embrace it.

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If I've understood the rules of this board correctly, we don't allow trading here. So please, offer those shows somewhere else if you want to, but not here
Okay thank you, I try to delete the post I just ran out of ideas where to trade, I browsed my way into trading sites, none of them are active, and I've got all SWW stuff from guitars101, but thanks anyways everybody
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People actually still trade? That's so 15 years ago.

I could see certain ultra rare stuff that people pay a lot of money for like demos and unreleased material. That's its own category...

but all these audience bootlegs that just fall into people hands throughout trading circles from back in the day. 80% of stuff can be ripped off of YouTube or found free on Guitar101... The internet became too accessible and Bon Jovi aren't the band they once were so the fans aren't collecting like they once were... There is really no major demand for it anymore.

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Well that's probably true because all trading sites are down almost, and when you got the common stuff from guitars101 then it's extremely hard to find trades. I never been into snail mail, I only like online version
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There should be an update on legalities.

Just for my own curiosity I'm sure the file sharing of official material is illegal, although you can easily rip or record right off of YouTube without someone banging down your door like in the Napster days...

But is sharing audience recordings still considered illegal? Back in the day, people would record a show and put it on a tape or CD and sell it which made it illegal... Now everything is on YouTube and some bands even embrace it.

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Selling for money is still illegal but simply collecting them or trading them, you can refer to fair use
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