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    Posted 3 years ago

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    Driving in the Bus
    My dead skin is Rust
    Just curious ,if You had these Records
    Could you play them
    I bought this Thorns, turntable in
    1978 , Many styluses ,10 cartridges later ....
    Still Sounds great

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    1. Watchsearcher Watchsearcher, 3 years ago
      I've kept classical music albums from a college music appreciation class for 40 years but with nothing with which to play have jogged my memory....I must remedy this!
      When I bring a record player home from a thrift store, my grandsons can marvel at the technology of my generation! This will be fun!
    2. AnythingObscure AnythingObscure, 3 years ago
      I've been wondering about that fine looking THORENS turntable for awhile now Vynil33rpm, since it shows up in lots of your always entertaining photos but without ever its own mention. (unless I've missed it somehow?) THANKS for a few more details about it! :-)
      To kind of answer your question (and also as a heads-up to Watchsearcher) I've got hundreds of my own LP's in boxes downstairs, as well as several assorted turntables including my "good one" (a Pioneer model likewise purchased new in the late 1970's) but can't (won't, anyway) actually play any of the records, because I've somehow managed to temporarily 'misplace' my headshell/cartridge that's got the newest *stylus* on it <groan> and don't wanna risk wrecking my records with the older ones that I can find... <headdesk>
      And that was the heads-up Watchsearcher -- when you do find your thrift shop turntable, take the time/effort to buy it a new stylus before you use it...chances are that whatever comes *on* it will be "pre-distressed" at best... :-(
    3. bobby725 bobby725, 3 years ago
      I still use my old Lloyds stereo and turntable-- and It can record from one 8-track to another!LOL! Telling my age!
    4. Ms.CrystalShip Ms.CrystalShip, 3 years ago
      My first car was a 67 bug with the bamboo shelf...
      Next was a 72 Superbeetle,
      My husband drove a VW bus...
      How I would love to have just one of those cars now, preferably the 67... Cost me $1200 off the lot!
      or cost my Dad I should say :) in 71. Car was 4 years old and looked brand new...

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