The Miracle Technics 1200s Turntables

Miracle Technics 1200s

Some weeks ago, we got in touch with Technics turntable ambassador Angelo from works1200. He refurbishes your old and dirty beloved decks and brings them back to live with customized bodys and new parts. As we all know: Technics turntables die really hard. In the gallery of his previous clients and works, these rusty and sanded pair of 1210s really got our attention. When they arrived at his garage, they looked like they were jammed at a coral reef for several decades. It would take a miracle to bring them back to life. Angelo titled them as the most challenging decks he has ever done. Take a look at how these turntables came back to life with a wonderful glossy white body and new parts. You’ll never imagine again how these looked like in the past.

























The two 1200s after the complete makeover.


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4 Responses to The Miracle Technics 1200s Turntables

  1. Cedric Karl Fonk says:

    Amazing job!! Well done! Goes to show that these instruments were built to last. Vinyl is here to stay. :)

  2. andy says:

    I’d also like to know how much of the original guts was replaced with new parts.

  3. Bob Miro says:

    Do you also work on the SL150’s too?

  4. Technotron says:

    Actually I think they looked super badass BEFORE the makeover. He could have switched out the internals and leave them looking like that.

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