As a Gramophone DJ I use two HMV 102 wind-up gramophones for playing my 78rpm shellac records - which mostly are my late father's collection of jazz/swing, big band and popular singers of the 30's, 40's and 50's, which
I am constantly extending.
As I have two gramophones, I can play records on just one (as would have been done in 'the old days') or use both to provide continuous music.
Popular for tea dances and with young and old alike, these style of gramophones were produced from 1930 to 1960 and can be discreetly amplified if required depending on the size of the event or venue.
Two late 60's portable Bush record players, which play 78, 45 and 33 rpm. Ideal for vintage happenings.
A 70's "wheels of steel" (Fal Ranger double deck), which plays 78, 45 and 33 rpm. Perfect for an old-school discotheque.
Two modern Stanton record decks (for vinyl 45 or 33 rpm only). For when only the music is to be vintage.
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