Marshall jukebox

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  1. marshalltsl

    marshalltsl Well-Known Member

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    Marshall partners with Sound Leisure specialist to create a classic Jukebox.
    Although these bulky vinyl record players that were so popular in the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s seem an anachronism to us in a digitized world, the truth is that they have an undeniable charm and many fans.Something similar, saving distances, to what happens with tube guitar amps. So it makes some sense that Marshall has created a classic jukebox or jukebox in collaboration with Sound Leisure, a family business that has been producing craft Jukeboxes in Yorkshire since 1978, and the only one in Europe that still does them in the traditional style.

    The Classic Jukebox is shipped from the factory with a free play mode, but the classic coin payment mechanism can be installed upon customer request. Its weight is 120 kg, and as you can suppose, an exclusive and handmade machine like this is not cheap. Its price is 9,495 pounds, about € 10,500, with certificate of authenticity included. Marshall_Vinyl_Jukebox - 4-531x600.jpg
     
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    Great just what everyone wanted ..not.
     
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    I will take two of the refrigerators, and a pinball machine (if there is one), but that; is a real nice museum piece.
     
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    I want to share more pics but today the forum it's really slow.
     
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    I think that's pretty cool! I mean, I'm not rushing out the door to go buy one, but that's only because I'm not filthy rich. If I were, I'd probably have to have it. For no good reason in particular.
     
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    If you put any rap or country in it it will do a mission impossible self destruct on your ass.
     
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    Where do you plug your guitar in?...
     
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    Here's the fundamental problem with that:
    Most of the music we'd want to hear on a Marshall was never released as a 45.
     
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    It's nice. But It don't have a 100% marshall amp. It's a Sound Leisure D4 60 + 60W stereo amplifier with a specific EQ curve tuned by Marshall engineers, a 5-way speaker system.
    It's not a guitar amp. I don't need/want It. It's not a expensive Sound Leisure jukebox. This England company have much expensive models than this Marshall.
    Looks cool. I like It.
     

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