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My buddy had a Z28 with t-tops. The rest is glorious 80s history.
I dable. Been to Gettysburg, Williamsburg/Jamestown/Yorktown, Valley Forge, Mount Vernon.
Strange to try to be humorous but then take a dig at a specific drummer.
Two less common Doors versions. The one on the left has a band/title sticker. The one on the right has the window sleeve.
I think lossless digital is exciting. I wouldn't want to repurchase my mp3 collection, however. Ideally, online retailers would offer free...
Here's a quartet of classical music
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I understand. Years ago, I was using a free-to-me Hitachi system, similar to the Panasonic in the picture. The Hitachi had a record stacker...
You don't really need a specific link. Looking up EB strings on Amazon will yield a number of choices. It's still way more than when GC has there...
Funny how new turntables are so basic, considering how far the technology had evolved in the 80s.
@Jimi Lightning it's a 45 rpm 12"
metal really got me into collecting in the first place
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and some more metal emphasis:
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Here we go. These are some current favorites in my collection:
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What I really miss, and what would make me listen to more vinyl, are turntables with a repeat function.
I have maybe two dozen opera sets. I rarely sample one, although some sound amazing.
I don't see many picture sleeve singles in the bargain bins, at least not stuff that rocks. Here's an interesting one I just picked up:
Just for fun
I'm sorry you feel that way. Maybe you can get some help with that.
I have a SONY setup (turntable, amp/receiver, 3-way bookshelf speakers). After first going the Ebay route but the equipment failing sooner or...
Thanks for the tracks @Chipper, today and in the past.
For Choice 1, I envisioned something similar to @IsaiasO, but alas, it turned out like...
@Brian H your guitar pick seems to magically disappear and reappear. The playing is magical, too. :thumb:
A lot of Tool. The Mrs is celebrating their addition to digital outlets.
Cinco de Mayo
no pressure, celebrate at will
Has anybody actually succeeded drilling the head off, or using a reverse drill bit?