Exhibiting styling from the 1950’s (Left) and 1930’s (Right) these re-creations target demographics with minimal or almost not-existent living members. Labeled as “IT Innovative Technology” a better than vintage musical experience would be expected. But 1960’s and 70’s “10 pound turntable platters” and early “graphic equalizer” controls for “Quadraphonic Sound Systems” might appeal to music lovers still alive and able to leave the nursing home to shop. Oh, you did want an antique look merely to tie with your decor not to tie with your youthful recollections? Then these may be your babies.
EDITOR’s NOTE: I have seen all these era’s tech, but hope you will think because I am a lover of Museums and not an actual user in those by-gone days. Nevertheless, how “old-fashioned” a look would drive sales? The decision is important.
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For Musical Instrument Fixtures by Title…
“Bongo Drum Dress Form”
“Drum Stick Displayed En Masse”
“All Wire Guitar Hanger”
“Fender Guitar Slatwall Hook”
“Twin-Arm Trumpet Hook”
“Locking Wall Fixture for Guitars”
“Slatwall Saxophone Merchandiser“
“Snare Drum Display Rack is DIY”
“Free Air Guitars. Take one!”
“Merchandising Vintage vs Prehistoric Music Tech“
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