RESTORED 1961 MOTOROLA SP-29 THREE CHANNEL STEREO RECORD PLAYER 6 TUBE AMPLIFIER For Sale
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RESTORED 1961 MOTOROLA SP-29 THREE CHANNEL STEREO RECORD PLAYER 6 TUBE AMPLIFIER:
1961 MOTOROLA SP-29 THREE CHANNEL, 6 TUBE AMPLIFIER, 5 SPEAKER SOUND SYSTEM, 4 Speed Record/Changer in the original ALLIGATOR PRINT BLACK VINYL CABINET !!!CUSTOM BUILT WITH UPGRADED BLACK TURNTABLE AND GORGEOUS BRASS ACCENTS!
Legendary MOTOROLA SP-29 sound system!WOW! This record player thinks it's a stereo console, and has plenty of clear and warm, tube driven sound to fill an entire house!6 tubes total: (4) FOUR ECL82's (6BM8's) (1) ONE 12AX7, and (1) ONE 6CA4
5 Motorola Golden Voice Speakers total: (1) 8 inch Woofer, (2) 5 inch Mid Range Speakers, (2) 3 inch Tweeters
Beautiful brass trim adorns the entire record player for a classy look!
FULLY OPENED UP, IT MEASURES 54 INCHES WIDE!
Besides being completely dismantled, cleaned, polished,and given the complete and thorough restoration service I always provide, this has tested original or NOS Motorola tubes, matched for equal output, cartridge assembly has been replaced, along with the flip over style, diamond stylus.Freshly rebuilt and lubricated Black base turntable, works excellent on all speeds, reject mechanism worksefficientlyand smoothly as well.
Brass Tonearm adjusted for the lightest, yet mostefficienttracking pressure
Along with a new rubber idler wheel, the motor has been replaced with a fresh NOS unit from my stock.
Original alligator print vinyl finish, not spray painted or dyed like some restored record players.
These highly sought after, vintage Motorola SP-29 portable record players are designed to sit nicely on those cool retro record player stands, that are so popular now, they also give you places to store your records as well.
These were never designed to put legs on, that will destroy the originality of these forever!
This vintage record player / changer will play all your old records, no matter what the speed is!
Portable????? This mini/stereo console weighs in at over 52 LBS, that's why it sounds so incredible, the huge power supply, wood cabinet and 5 speakers!I guess Motorola invented the saying" Go Big Or Go Home"
FANTASTIC STEREO SEPARATION!
These BIG Motorola SP-29's are probably my favorite record players to restore, because once it's all finished, and you plug it in, put a record on it to play, wow, the sound quality makes it all worth it!
Please check the video below to see and hear how beautiful this ultra cool record player looks and sounds!VIDEO BELOW: COMING SOON!
PLAYS 45's JUST AS WELL, Either Automatically or Manually!
This record player is as close to MINT condition that you will find anywhere, but please understand that these are 50+ years old and will have some minor imperfections.
VERY RARE TO FIND IN THIS BEAUTIFUL CONDITION, usually, these have broken corners, ripped and torn vinyl coverings, and rusted metal hinges.This Vintage Record Player / Changer Looks GREAT, works GREAT, and sounds GREAT!Packed carefully, like it was coming to me, I've learned how to package these in the many years that I have been in the business.
I always use Fedex, they go the extra mile to make sure your package comes to you undamaged.This record player, as beautiful and original as it looks and sounds, is Sold As Is
Properly taken care of, it should last another 50+ years!
Buy It Now price is only valid in the U.S. 48 states.NOTE: SALE IS FOR RECORD PLAYER ONLY, NOT THE STAND
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ADDED NOTES!Please check out my other record players for sale.I have a Motorola SH-22 and a custom built 7 tube powered, MOTOROLA SP-30, stereo console in a box, record player / changer.I'm always building something, check them out often!If you are looking for vintage, period correct, record player, mono or stereo, check out my other listings.I always post videos, so, you can see what you are buying ,or offerding on.I reserve the right to end all listings early, as I have them up for sale locally, in my shop.I also stock vintage turntables, used motors, and custom brass trim for these changers, in addition to 45 rpm spindles.
Thanks for checking out my listings!. . . and keep those records spinning!
Please visit Antique Radio Forum on the web, and take a look at my past projects.
Simply go to the Index page, scroll down to Phonographs, look for a section called "Show Us Your Phonographs". . . . .mine are proudly displayed,( RockandRollBob ) on pages 4 through 12.I take pride in my restorations and strive for factory originality, unless I am commissioned to build a custom unit, most of my record players end up looking, and sounding better than new!