The Garrard Sl95B - Was It Junk?

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Re: The Garrard Sl95B - Was It Junk?

Post by lbls1 » 12 Jul 2019 01:47

Many 70's era Garrards catch a hard time, as I've found that these crafts tend to be expensive to repair due to the rarity of parts. Moreover, many Garrard decks, although of good quality, cost considerably less used than it would to have them serviced. Garrards were capable of producing excellent high fidelity sound, and had a certain aura of quality and prestige. One has to be careful when shopping Garrard decks, and have at least a good idea on a deck's present quality and availabiilty of certain parts.