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Fender turntable from MoFi

MoFi and Fender have together made an exclusive gramophone in iconic rock design. If you have to have it, you have to be quick.

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Published 2021-10-07 - 7:22 am

Here’s the turntable to play your 180 gram vinyl Mobile Fidelity audio file pressing of Sultans of Swing on!

MoFi (Mobile Fidelity), which is especially known for its vinyl releases in extra high audiophile quality, has thrown itself into the production of turntables. And they have done it surprisingly well, according to our vinyl expert, Lasse Svendsen.

Now MoFi in collaboration with Fender has made a special model in a design we dare to call iconic. With an ash plinth and classic Straocaster Sunburst lacquering. The only thing missing to complete the style is a three-position toggle switch for speed. But of course the Fender X MoFi Precisiondeck only has two speeds, and you have to move the rubber belt yourself to switch between 33 1/3 and 45 revolutions per minute. The pickup is MoFi’s own Master Tracker Cartridge MM pickup.

Plinth in ash wood and Fender Sunburst varnishing. I doesn’t get to be more rock and roll than this! (Photo: Fender)

If this is the turntable you must own, do not wait too long. Only 1,000 decks are built. worldwide.

We expect a price around GBP 3,500.

You can read more about the Fender X MoFi Precisiondeck here.

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