- Jul 29, 2005
- HiFi Trade?
Spot on :^Wouldn't it be better to buy a spot on 301 from AG then get Bob to do a Plinth ...? I can't see where the 501 fits into the whole scheme of things TBH .... they don't look too good IMHO ....
Yeah, name only.Technically as Loricraft at the time owned the rights to the Garrard name, then it may be a Garrard, but not an original Garrard if you see what I mean. Interesting.
Hi,Unhappy memories......I bought some great gear 5 years ago from a lady in East London. Father had gone to the great hifi god in the sky. Loads of vinyl around, SME V arm lead on the shelf but no t/t. She had given it to a friend who had always liked her father's 501....
Dean it doesn't mean it's worth that, a top spec LP12 is more than that now. For £5.5K you can get some pretty special TT's and I suspect this isn't one.Hi,The Garrard 501 is nearly £17,000 to buy new.