|Produced in the early seventies, easily pre-dating modern rap coffins by two decades, the Disco Tape was truly ahead of its time. Made from a Continental Organ shell and chrome stand, the Disco tape featured two turntables with Shure cartridges; a cassette tape recorder and a 50 watt self contained amplifier. Other features included a monitor selector and volume; sliding turntable level controls; master volume controls; recording and microphone level controls; level and recording selectors and record scratch and rumble filters.|
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