Large record spindle allowed 7″records with large holes – or ‘dinked’ – to be stacked and played continuously.
This was for the Garrard Magazine Tape Deck that Garrard developed in the early 60’s. It was the accessory that was used to help indicate to the user the position of the tape and thereforeContinue reading
Emile Berliner, the first to record on a disc also called the father of the gramophone; and this is a Grammy Special Merit Award “recognising contributions of significance to the recording field” named after him. This particular oneContinue reading
The first edition of a piece of equipment to weigh the pressure that the stylus makes on the record. It was adjusted for the recommended weight range of Garrard record players of the time; upContinue reading
The Garrard Turntable Spindle Lubricant was made available for the famous Garrard 301 grease bearing version. These 301’s were the first version, initially in hammered grey and then a few were made in the followingContinue reading