Making a £13K Turntable

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  • vizviz Frets: 7654
    Nice!
    Anything that isn’t pentatonic is pretentious wank -  LastMantra
    more on the strength of my ability to own a PA than to play a guitar” - ICBM
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  • GrangousierGrangousier Frets: 1345
    I'm kind of curious as to how the £13,000 breaks down - it seems that the tonearm and the cartridge are £5,000 each, so that's £3,000 for the deck and the plinth. At first I was all "£13,000 for a bunch of plywood", though. I'm curious about this, because I have exactly the same Garrard deck that I inherited and used in the 1980s. One day it might be nice to use it, but it would need to be serviced at the very least, and I'm curious about how that would be done. 
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