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Record player end table - (American Listed) $100
Urbana, IL -- Vintage magnavox record player/ end table . This thing is immaculate this will make a perfect gift
Decca Portable Record Player-untested As Is (ListedBuy) $39.99
Danville, IL -- You are bidding on a Decca Portable Record Player.
This record player is sold as is and untested
THIRD MAN Inchophone 2019 Record Store Day RSD Player Jack (ListedBuy) $250
Bloomington, IL -- third MAN Inchophone 2019 Record Store Day RSD Player Jack White + 6 3” Records. Condition is New
YAMAHA Audiogram3 Recording interface - (American Listed) $25
Fisher, IL -- microphone for higher-quality recordings, this channel can even be phantom powered. Regardless of what type
Roland Micro Cube Amp + Cable - (American Listed) $65
Westville, IL -- and separate Delay/Reverb.
New Digital Tuning Fork with support for flat tuning up to two semitones. Recording
Saturday Night Live The Complete First Season, 1975-1976 - (American Listed) $20
Champaign, IL -- Used however discs are in almost new condition. Only a few small scratches on a few discs. The box does have some wear. I can ship it if you are not local. DESCRIPTION: Saturday Night Live: The Complete 1st Season boxed set is much more than the amount of its parts, in truth it's 1 of the most substantial TV DVD releases yet. This isn't simply an 8-disc set showcasing 24 episodes of live sketch funny, it's a huge box of zeitgeist. This truly is the total 1st season, complete and primarily uncut with every musical act and brief movie undamaged (a few bumpers and shifts were eliminated to make it flow much better on DVD). The very 1st broadcast aired on October 11, 1975, hosted by George Carlin and showcased musical guests Billy Preston and Janis Ian. In the beginning, things appear a little raw: Carlin's opening monologue is painfully unfunny, Chase's 1st chance at the seminal "Weekend Update" is amusing but sloppy, and much of the cast seem to be keeping back.
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