What to Do with Old Tone Arms

July 1, 2007

Tone arm toothbrush

My mother-in-law demonstrates how a nice lightweight tone arm, no longer pokin’ them record grooves, can be outfitted to caress the gums, help remove plaque, and prevent gingivitis.

From aural to oral….so to speak. You can tell she’s enjoying herself.

Got any other ideas for recycling old record player parts?
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Arvin Record Player

Arvin Radio-Phonograph – complete with curves.

Also check out Bob Vinyl’s Whole Lotta Album Covers blog. Some great outrageous finds.

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2 Responses to “What to Do with Old Tone Arms”

  1. Grego said

    Excellent! Hold onto that pic. Maybe that retirement home down the street will finally admit Grandma.

  2. James said

    Thanks for the information, I’m an avid phonograph fan and have been researching (and buying) them for over 10 years now!

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