|Warranty length||5 Years|
|Brand||Nimbus Supercut Vinyl|
Elgar's Symphony No.2, conducted by Sir Adrian Boult and performed by the London Philharmonic Orchestra, on a rare Nimbus Supercut audiophile vinyl pressing, a holy grail release which is rarely seen for sale, in near mint condition. A wonderful performance on what is arguably the best sounding release available.
Rarely available for sale - only one in stock!
Nimbus Supercut LPs were released as a mail order only promotion to Practical Hi-Fi and Hi-Fi today magazine readers during the early 1980s. All Nimbus Supercut releases were available in limited quantities of around 1000 pressings per title, and as such, many are rarely seen for sale and are arguably rarer than releases from Mobile Fidelity, Nautilus, DCC, etc. Nimbus established the need for high quality vinyl pressings at a time when most mainstream vinyl which was haphazardly mastered and pressed on poor quality recycled vinyl.
In contrast, Nimbus Supercut releases were mastered from the the original master tapes, through an all valve mastering process, using no limiting, to result in a high quality pressing which was as close as possible in sound to the original recording. Nimbus also had ICI produce an extremely pure vinyl for this release, which has exceptional frequency reproduction and is virtually noise free.
A one owner example, this LP is used, but was originally recorded onto cassette and has only been played a couple of times. According to Goldmine industry standards, the vinyl is near mint (NM). The cover and poly-lined inner sleeve are near mint (NM/NM).