Stanton T.80 turntable - Motor Out!

Sampling old vinyl records from my father's generation has a certain "spice" to it.  It's just more fun.  I have crates of vinyl records from the baby boomer generation in which I sample certain sections, loops, and phrases of the song.  I love finding the key of the song and adding my own drums, bassline, and harmonies on top of it.  I brought my turntable from Cleveland back to Fort Wayne and as soon as I turned it on and pressed play it died!  The motor must be shot.  I am going to find out if I can fix it from NeatNeatNeatrecords.com, but I'm not sure how expensive it is to fix a motor.  Either that or get a new turntable.

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  • D.J. Groove Archangel

    D.J. Groove Archangel

    Don't know about USA but where I live it's cheaper to buy new turntable used by Dee Jays and to use it for that purpose than fix old crap.

    Don't know about USA but where I live it's cheaper to buy new turntable used by Dee Jays and to use it for that purpose than fix old crap.

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