Very well maintained circa 1975 direct drive turntable. If you owned this back in the day you were a badass ($350 price tag in 75 was a whole lot of $$). I cleaned both speed pots and the selector switch with CDC QD contact cleaner, replaced the power fuse, lubed the main bearings and upgraded the cables. The plinth is in crazy great shape. This is a plug and play ready table which has been completely gone through and bench tested. All of the vital bushings and components have received fresh lube and the table operates at 100%.
Mmmmm, I may keep this one....
I've been restoring Technics Tables for four years now and have sold (I'm tired of counting, a lot!) of tables in that time. The reason I started this hobby was because I wanted people to realize how truly amazing vinyl can sound on a quality system. New records aren't cheap, please don't spend more on a new album than you do on a turntable, you'll just end up regretting the purchase. I do work out of my house, but obviously this keeps my overhead incredibly low. I stand behind what I sell and would listen to any of my albums on the tables I have for sale. When you purchase a table from me I will answer any of your questions and explain the table to you in detail. I would estimate that customers are at my house anywhere from 45 to 90 minutes on average. I want you to feel comfortable with your purchase.
Check out our local record stores. Horizon, Pharmacy and Cabin Floor have a great bunch of people working there.
do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers