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Beatles Vinyl Records
Pro-Ject Essential III Sgt. Pepper‘s Drum Turntable
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Essential III Sgt. Pepper‘s Drum - A True Collector's Item!
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This special edition collaboration between Pro-Ject Audio Systems and The Beatles has brought out a turntable which was inspired by the iconic Beatles album - "Sergeant Pepper‘s Lonely Hearts Club Band". In celebration of the 50th jubilee of this unique masterwork we want to offer all fans of this legendary album the opportunity to give their beloved record an additional place in their living room! This high performance turntable is based on an upgraded Pro-Ject essential III.
$499.00Essential III TurntableBuy Now
- Special edition of Essential III
- Acrylic platter
- Artwork based on the drumhead of the famous album!
- Belt drive with synchronous motor and silicone belt
- Diamond cut aluminum drive pulley
- Chassis made of resonance optimized MDF
- Integrated DC-powered motor control minimizes motor vibration and guarantees speed stability
- Tight tolerance platter bearing with stainless steel spindle
- 8,6” aluminum tonearm with sapphire bearings
- Ortofon OM10 cartridge factory mounted and aligned
- High-quality semi-balanced Connect it E phono interconnect with gold-plated RCA connectors included
- Special decoupling feet
The Recording Industry Association of America certified The Beatles as the highest selling band of all time based on American sales of singles and albums. The Beatles were a major part of the mid-1960s musical 'British Invasion' into the United States.
Although their initial musical style was rooted in 1950s rock and roll, the group explored a great variety of genres ranging from Tin Pan Alley to psychedelic rock. Their clothes, hairstyles, and statements made them trend-setters, while their growing social awareness saw their influence extend into the social and cultural revolutions of the 1960s.