Beautiful plinth for Garrard 401

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    Beautiful plinth made from birch ply and veneered in Santos Rosewood for a Garrard 401. I bought this originally from Russ Collinson to use a specific arm on. I have sent it back to him and had him make some changes to it and have it re-veneered and re-lacquered. It will come with three armboards, one cut for 12" SME type arms, another for a 12" Thomas Schick and finally an uncut 'board for either 9" or 12" arm.

    The plinth is still with Russ and he has kindly taken a couple of photos.

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    I'm looking for £325 couriered to the UK mainland sent direct from Russ' worshop. If you are interested please pm me.

    Thank you for looking,

    Anthony
     
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    Can you give overall dimensions please.
     
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    Hi Rory

    The dimensions are 60w x45d (cm), from memory. Sorry I can't give the height as the unit is still at Russ', but my other plinths made by him for Garrards are between 10/11 cms.

    Hope that helps.

    Anthony
     
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    Thanks, I think that it is a bit wide for my stand. I will have to have a rethink about a new stand maybe!
     
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    SOLD - STP.

    Thank you for all the interest.

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