Picture this. It’s Friday night. You’ve got a little light wax spinning on your Walnut 2Xperience with 2M Blue. And, as the needle drops, you raise a glass to the velvety tones of your favourite LP warming your chilled, wintry bones. Sound good? Well, let us pour that glass for you, sailor.
The good folk at Fitzroy Cellars have offered their expertise in selecting the perfect celebratory drink for your brand new Pro-ject turntable. Nothing says sophistication better than one of Pro-ject Audio's beautiful timber turntables, and nothing goes better with gooey black wax than a tipple from Fitzroy’s finest.
This is the ultimate way to ward off those wintery blues. Your family will love you, your neighbours will loathe you, and your friends will start showing up unannounced with their latest assortment of LPs. It’s time to stay warm, folks. And this season Vinyl Revival have got your back.
Wood. Wine. Whisky.
Think open fires, gooey black wax, and sharing a fine drop over your favourite LP.
Click the images below to choose your best weapon against winter.
TERMS & CONDITIONS:
Due to us being a vinyl store we're not allowed to send you booze, however our friendly neighbours, Fitzroy
Cellars, will post out your poison the same day we post your table!
Proof of ID must be sent for online orders, no alcohol to u18s'.
In collaboration with Fitzroy Cellars, liquor licence number 32000852.
Turntables may take 1-2 business days to fit and align cartridge.
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