If you’re a die-hard Stones fan thinking “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction from an ordinary turntable design”, then you’re in luck.
One of Pro-Ject’s latest, err, projects has seen the launch of several Artist-themed turntables, including models based on George Harrison, The Beatles and, no doubt a nod to the brand’s Austrian heritage, Parov Stelar. And now there’s a deck celebrating one of the best English rock bands of all time.
The Rolling Stones turntable is essentially the Pro-Ject Debut III – only its plinth is adorned with the band’s iconic tongue and lips logo.
The belt-drive turntable has the same technical layout and features everything from the 8.6” aluminium tonearm and Ortofon OM 10 cartridge to its metal platter and decoupled feet.
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With one of the band’s smash hits in mind, we wouldn't be surprised if the Pro-Ject’s black finish proves to be the most popular, but there is also a white option.
Naturally, it would be great if the £329 Rolling Stones deck was the same price as the standard Debut III (£285) - but then, You Can't Always Get What You Want, can you?