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  1. Iphone (or Ipod) Victrola Amplifier

    A local art gallery in Seaside wanted an iphone amplifier that would convert the sound from the lower speakers into louder sound to play in the gallery. I found an old Victrola Edison horn, and took the attached pieces apart carefully. Then I assembled an red oak box, and routed out a hole the...
  2. Record player display and storage

    My first commissioned piece - was originally going to be stained but I didn't trust ebony (customer request) on pine so we did a very dark brown (she just wanted colors in her living room to be same shade, not necessarily a perfect match) but that iw why it had dowels instead of screws/filler...
  3. Floating Record Player or turntable Mounts/Platforms in DJ format

    Just another-"Necessity is the mother of…."-thing. My studio/apartment in NYC is low on space so I figured my Technics would get more use if they were floating on the wall, rather, than if in storage. Stand- by for my twist on the Murphy Bed. The surfaces are ply. Structure is mild steel...
  4. Record Player Stand

    When my niece announced she was getting married the ideas on what to get/make for a gift started to flow. I landed on building a custom record player stand when I saw that she had a record player on her registry. I built this one from a reclaimed wood framed window and some scraps of barn wood...
  5. Vintage 1950's Tele-Tone Phonograph Restomod

    This project was more of a restoration upgrade than a scratch build. It started life as a beat-to-hell Tele-Tone tube phonograph, in really rough shape. The box and deck were covered in a horribly tattered canvas/tolex type material, and all of the metal parts were pretty beat up. I rebuilt the...
  6. Record Player Shelf

    I dug out all of my folks old records from the basement recently, and decided I needed to display them properly. Sketched a few ideas and kept coming back to this simple design. All from solid walnut, 8/4 posts and 4/4 shelves dadoed together, this piece is solid. Clear lacquer finish really...
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