Other Stuff Player Posted on December 10, 2018November 27, 2018 by Thomas Slatin July 2011Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostThe Golden Age Of Radio Next PostSomebody Get Me Out Of Here 22 thoughts on “Player”All of the records that must have played, what a great piece to photograph.Loading...ReplyI wondered about that, too. Thanks for your kind comment. ☺️Loading...ReplyThis is nostalgic, can’t remember the last time I had the opportunity of viewing this. You always have a way with classic photos.Loading...ReplyThis is one old player..defunct though.. Reminds me of those sweet old daysLoading...ReplyYou have a way of bringing back memories with your photos I just remember this record now. Beautiful shot.Loading...ReplyThis looks like a very old apparatus. It made me nostalgic. My grandfather had one which has many fond memories among all of us.Loading...ReplyThe player looks like an old stereo that would have played quite numbers of records. Used for playing. Thanks for sharing!Loading...ReplyThis is called old skuul stereo player in Nigeria. I love this shot TOM for it neatness.Loading...ReplyWow, this is definitely older than me. I’d be surprised if it still functions.Loading...ReplyI’m surprised the player is enclosed in a wooden box. Things from long ago looked so different.Loading...ReplyI wish I had a player like this. It makes for a good collectible item.Loading...ReplySuch antique players can fetch real good prices in the auction market. I hope you don’t throw this away 🙂Loading...ReplyI’ve never seen anything quite like this. This must be from a very long time ago.Loading...ReplyI feel like this player is regurgitated from the underground. It’s still got a stoic look to it though.Loading...ReplyI always see this in a horror movie with an old setting. It’s nice to have something vintage.Loading...ReplyThis is like a treasure chest. You dont see such antiquities around anymore.Loading...ReplyI am unable to figure out what kind of media this player uses. I have never seen one like it.Loading...ReplyI have never seem a gramophone this old. It would be interesting to hear it play.Loading...ReplyThe blending of shadows in this photo has really caught my eye. It’s a very good shot.Loading...ReplyThese dated equipment are very durable. Very much unlike the modern equipment nowadays.Loading...ReplyIt’s impressive how well maintained this player is. For its age it sure looks to be in a good condition.Loading...ReplyReminds me of the record player my grandpa had. Sadly nowadays it is almost not available now unless you are a collector. Seeing something old school sure takes me back. Very nostalgic.Loading...ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. ΔThis site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.