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Hey, guys. Looking to sell this grado gold cart. Turns out i like my Blue/8mz combo more than the gold. it's yours for $50 shipped in the US. i can post pictures, upon request. i hope i'm listing this in the right place. this is my first time selling anything on VC. I have sold a bunch of records on the vinylcollectors subreddit, though. for whatever that's worth. edit: should mention that it does not come with a stylus. thanks for looking!
Selling my turntable: Pro-ject Essential Table Grado Prestige Green Cart Brand New Tone Arm Rewiring Includes dust cover, power supply, built-in pre amp, and original box with documents. Only selling this because I am upgrading my table. This table is only about 2 years old and is in excellent condition. Makes a great beginner hi-fi table, especially if you are just getting into starting your collection and you want to update that shit Crosley. Invested about $180 into the $300 table. Has about 200 hours of burn in time on the needle. I'm obviously not trying to get what I paid, but more about half. So if you want this set up for about $250, give me a shout. More pictures available if needed. Price is negotiable. Direct link to photos: Thanks! Direct links to photos: http://imgur.com/smzsdQc http://imgur.com/iQoHaeV http://imgur.com/iQBiaTh
Modern Vinyl is proud to team up with The Story Changes for our newest contest, in which we’ll be giving away a couple awesome items: (1) A vinyl copy of the new album from The Story Changes, titled Static and Trembling and (2) one pair of Grado headphones, the details of which you can see in the image above. The album was produced and engineered by Hawthorne Heights’ Micah Carli, while being described as a “nod to the late-’90s alternative and punk scene.” It’s available for purchase over at I Am Shark and is streaming on the contest page. Furthermore, you can also download one of the album tracks, titled “We Were Numb,” here. The Grado headphones, part of their “Prestige Series,” are valued at $150. Enter here: http://modern-vinyl.com/2013/10/15/contest-the-story-changes-grado/ Really like the TSC color variant, and wouldn't mind snagging a pair of these Grado's!