Author: TheVinylAdventure

A Uniquely Modded Technics SL-1200 – Guest post by Steve Lloyd

After growing up in a house full of power tools and crafts, my brother and I spent most of our time building bigger and bigger toys. We started with plastic model kits, with help from our dad, who is a brilliant craftsman with an equally impressive model railway in the loft and garden. After progressing from kits, we spent a long time building radio controlled cars, boats and anything else we could come up with, including a model rocket powered car, which seemed a good idea at the time! Once we reached our late teens, we moved onto bigger...

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Spend and save with the TVA Loyalty Scheme!

Today we are introducing our loyalty point scheme to the website. Its really simple. For every £1 you spend on vinyl you will earn 10 points, every 10 points is worth 1p. so if you spend £10 you will earn 100 points, giving you 10p off your next purchase on TVA. You will only earn points when you buy vinyl but you can spend your points on whatever you like – whenever you like! To start collecting your points, register as a customer on TVA when you make your next purchase and we’ll give you a bonus 1000 points...

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The Vinyl Adventure At The North West Audio Show 2016 – Come And See Us!

We are going to be at the North West Audio Show 2016! The Show is on Sunday the 26th June 2016 at Cranage Hall & Wychwood Park. One show – two great venues. With free entry, free shuttle between the two venues and free parking – you really don’t have a reason not to come! Get your free tickets here! CW4 8EW (Cranage Hall) and CW2 5GP (Wychwood...

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#MyVinylAdventure No. 8

My vinyl adventure started in about 1957, I had a wind up gramophone where the volume control was 2 little doors on the front of the unit, it was in my bedroom and I only had a few records, one was buttons and bows by Dinah Shore and Diana by Paul Anka, on 78rpm of course. Later I used my dad’s Dansette to listen to my parents records, dad was a big Eddie Calvert fan, though I did get tired of hearing Claire de Lune, Ted Heath’s Jazz band and Carmen the LP. My first 2 records were The...

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