Sound Leisure has unveiled the latest addition in its collaboration with heritage amplifier manufacturer Marshall, a new Long Player 33rpm vinyl playing cabinet featuring iconic design elements associated with the brand.
The Marshall LP Jukebox includes space for ten 12” vinyl records, and utilises Sound Leisure’s patented rotating jukebox mechanism to allow customers to play both A and B sides in any order selected.
“A shared passion for the music Marshall Amplifiers helped create brought Sound Leisure and Marshall together in a unique collaboration, resulting in the development of this incredible custom Classic Jukebox,” said a spokesperson.
“Marshall fan’s will love the classic brushed gold castings and genuine Marshall supplied components including the knobs, logos, fret cloth, piping and the instantly recognisable Tolex material which wraps the Jukebox cabinet, reflecting the finish of the famous amplifier cabs.”
The launch comes after the success of the Leeds-based manufacturer’s first licensed Marshall vinyl 45 playing Jukebox in 2020, with the latest model incorporating a selector arm that holds vinyls by the edges, flipping the record while delivering it to the turntable.
“Once on the turntable, the accurately balanced tone arm delivers the joy of your favourite albums directly through the renowned Sound Leisure D4 amplifier, with a special Marshall inspired EQ curve, and out through the