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This was quite a complex project but an interesting read.
He is definitely into modern art and us a fine craftsman, but I have no idea how these objet d'art would sound.
"Life without music is a mistake" (Nietzsche)
These are one off tables that really speak to the customer's aesthetics. Really nicely done. He is an amazing artist, whether you like the design or not.
good Craftsman and has at least a basic understanding of vinyl playback. I suspect these are meant to appeal to the eye more than the ear, though they are functional also. I have to admire anyone who can build a tonearm. Then too, he has a metal lathe which is a very good tool for woodworking as well as metal. If/when I get my shop put back together, I hope to have one. I would have loved to build my own TT. But I was far too busy before retirement. So I bought the prettiest wood TT I could afford.
It may not be as aesthetically pleasing to the eye, (though still beautiful IMO) but it sounds great.
You paid HOW MUCH for that electrical receptacle?!!! Are YOU nuts?
I'm not sure how it would sound but it looks great to my eyes. I like his design but have concerns with some materials.
I wouldn't like a toggle switch on my turntable. I think a rocker is much preferred.
To build a turntable from scratch is good going and it's great to see it's not just a boring rectangle with an acrylic platter.
Cool story and a very unique looking turntable!
Not sure if concrete makes the best plinth material, but interesting nonetheless.
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