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    What DJ pools would b good for me?

    What would be good dj pools for me.

    I play mostly rock, blues, jazz, across a wide range of era's I dont play many remix's. I also play a lot of pop / top 40.
    so a deep back catalog along with current top hits is important to me.

    There are so many out there, and it isnt always clear what they actually have without signing up.

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    I just came back to here (DJF) to ask the same, I play mostly EDM stuff. Not really something specific like Progressive House etc. What do you guys recommend?

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    This question has been answered many times. Using the search bar will redirect you towards quite a few existing threads.

    http://www.djforums.com/forums/showt...ighlight=pools

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manu View Post
    This question has been answered many times. Using the search bar will redirect you towards quite a few existing threads.

    http://www.djforums.com/forums/showt...ighlight=pools
    i read that thread before i posted, thanks for pointing it out as it might help someone, however, it didn't help at all as it didn't address the genre's I concentrate on.

    seeing how all pools are a bit different i am really looking for feedback from people who actually use pools that might fit my needs.
    Last edited by Scoobis; 06-16-2019 at 07:47 PM.

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    No worries, I just thought I might help regarding the general side of things. I suppose that now you may just need to wait for other more specific members to chime in

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    For NEW Pop, Rock, Top 40 etc, look at Promo Only.

    For Jazz, Blues etc & older versions of Rock, Top 40 & Pop, I use Amazon. I have no idea of a pool for these genre's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dix View Post
    For Jazz, Blues etc & older versions of Rock, Top 40 & Pop,
    Just go to garage sales, thrift shops, and record stores. If there aren't any scratches most old records wash up pretty good.
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    Kinda hard to thinkk no pools cover these genre's well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scoobis View Post
    Kinda hard to thinkk no pools cover these genre's well.
    Not much of a need for them.
    Once you have a collection of oldies there's not really a need to ever update them.
    Jazz & Blues are almost the same way. Most people want to hear the older stuff not new releases.
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