Selling Vintage Garrard Turntable Parts

I have a Garrard Synchro Lab turntable in disrepair. Does anyone know of a location(s) that might be interested in parts?

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November 20, 20190 found this helpful

Sellers (mostly those who can test parts if they work) are having moderate luck selling parts for this brand on eBay.

Check the SOLD section and you can see what sells and how sellers are listing the items.

You don't mention where you are located, but I have also had luck selling parts to local record stores (Pittsburgh still has a few) as some (used to it has been a while and I haven't checked if they still do), buy and repair equipment.

I find in my selling experiences working parts sell the best to people who want to keep their own items going--so they need to be tested as working.

If you aren't sure if the parts work or can't test, then a shop would be the best place to try to pitch the items for sale OR, there are artists who buy parts of things for assemblage projects--you could advertise it in the art community for their projects (I have sold keyboards for this purpose).

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There are some old stereo groups on Facebook also if you want to list there, the one I like is called vintage stereo sales. I have yet to sell there but when I decider to part with the rest of what I have, I am going to start there.

Post back how your sale goes!

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November 20, 20190 found this helpful

Unless they work, they are not worth much. Check on eBay.

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November 20, 20190 found this helpful

Advertise on ebay,Craig's list and Facebook for suitor!

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November 21, 20190 found this helpful

There are always people who sell off items for parts and they list them on app for yard sales, Craigslist, Facebook or even eBay. I would list the items there and tell them you are selling for as is and for parts. You can start off with $30 and work your way down from there.

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