Metallica Gets Their Own Pro-Ject Turntable

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For the Metallica fan who thought they had everything, well now you can get your very own Metallica Pro-Ject turntable. As part of the Polish audio company’s Artist Signature line, this turntable will be available in limited quantities starting this summer, and it’ll only cost you a whopping $1599 USD!

Of course with the resurgence of vinyl record sales and Metallica being one of the many champions to record stores, if there is anyone who deserves a turntable made after their logo, it’s the boys from the Bay. 

Here are the features to the turntable:

  • 8.6” S-shape aluminum tonearm
  • VTA, tracking force & anti-skating are all fully adjustable
  • Heavy MDF plinth in unique Metallica design
  • Mirror finished metal top plate
  • Heavy glass platter
  • Aluminum sub-platter
  • Metal drive pulley
  • Height-adjustable metal feet
  • Electronic speed switch
  • Precision belt drive with electronic speed control
  • Premium semi-symmetrical phono cable with integrated grounding wire
  • Gold plated RCA connectors
  • And it looks F***ING BADASS!

Hopefully, this will be available before Father’s Day….hopefully my wife sees this…
Joe Hawk \m/,


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