Best used record shops Boston area?


I will be passing through Boston and it has been a few years since i have visited the used record stores.How about an update on my best shots for Jazz and Classical.I know Stereo Jacks in Cambridge is pretty good for Jazz.Would be grateful for a current heads up!
jazzcourier
Got some nice stuff here

Stereo Jack's Records
www.stereojacks.com

1686 Massachusetts Ave
Cambridge, MA 02138-1868
(617) 497-9447
Record Exchange
256 Washington St
Salem, MA 01970
(978) 745-0777

Excellent selection of new and used but 45 mins outside of Boston
I shop in Cambridge - Boston area three or four times a year. I visited Stereo Jacks on Mass Ave this past August and their stock of used lps was quite low. Nowadays I usually visit Looney Tunes (very close to Berklee School of Music on the Green Line) and that's about it. Looney Tunes is a fairly large store and because of their location, they carry a wide array of new and (mostly) used lps.
You can always check out Newbury Comics on Newbury Street and in Faneuill Hall but their selection is pretty limited.
In Yuor Ear in Cambridge on Mass ave.

In Your Year on Commonwealth ave near BU in Brookline.

Loony Tunes on Mass Ave in Harvard Square, Cambridge.

Loony Tunes on Boylston street near Burkley in Boston.

Cheapo Records on Mass Ave in Central Square, Cabridge.

Stereo Jack's Records on Mass Ave in Cambridge.

Record Exchange on Washington Street in Salem

There is another small shop on Western Ave near Harvard square in Cambridge also. I cannot remember the name. It is just down the street from the next Newbury comics.

Newbury Comics in the Garage bld in Harvard Square Cambridge.

Newbury comics on Newbury street boston, this store has the largest new vinyl selection of all Newbury comics store.

Newbury Comics on RT1 in Norwood has used vinyl as well as new.

Have a good time.
Also Orpheus Performing Arts Trsrs on the corner of Commonwealth Ave and Mass Ave. Mainly Classical.
Hevac1...which are your top 3 from a selection and value perspective?
Cmalak,

For used vinyl & CD's.

In Your Ear on Commonwealth ave near BU in Brookline.
Large selection, wide variety and priced well.
Est. time: Could take most of the day.

Record Exchange on Washington Street in Salem.
Best of the bunch I think.
Little more in cost but better pickins. Good variety.
Has back room with some very very nice stuff but the owner has to be there and the pricing is done by another person so you may not be able to take them when you leave unless he is there.
Est. time: A couple of hours.

Loony Tunes on Boylston street near Burkley in Boston.
Large selection, wide variety and priced well.
EST time: A few hours.

New vinyl
Only one place local.

Newbury Comics on Newbury Street near Mass Ave Boston, this store has the largest new vinyl selection of all Newbury comics stores. Watch the prices they are sometimes on the high side.
1-2 hours.
Thx much Hevac1...I have been to Record Exchange and agree with you they are the best of the bunch. Also been to Newbury Comics. Will definitely check In Your Ear and Looney Tunes. Thx much.
If your driving through New England,try finding all you could on the web, or whatever sources there are.New England has always been a good area for music.If your time limited, hope you find some good music additions for your collection.
Cmalak,
You may bump into me.
BTW what do you have for equipment?
If in Cambridge the 4 stores in Harvard Square are within 2 minutes of each other and Central Square is 5 minutes away if that. I would check them all out. Something to do on a Saturday.