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Old 27th December 2004, 06:38 PM   #1
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Default Garrard 301 Sme 3009

Hello Diy members,

A year ago I bought a very nice garrard 301 with a Sme 3009 arm.
Now I am looking for a nice plinth made of wood or stone. I found a lot of different designs on the internet, but which one is the best ? A solid rock, or a nice wooden case ? I hope to get a lot of interesting ideas.
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Martin
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Old 27th December 2004, 07:22 PM   #2
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May be old hat. But first I would recommend you to read this. Then I would check out the Analog Dept. for ideas. You should check this out as well. Way too expensive, but will make your Garrard sing.

I'm in the midst of a Garrard 301 project myself, with a 3009/2 improved. I'm looking to get a first version 3009 or 3010 or 3012 though. That or, even better, an Ortofon.
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