Friday, 12 December 2014

I love Seeburg Jukeboxes...

Seeburg was one of the first manufacturers to have a multi-select jukebox.  In 1949 it developed a mechanism that could play both sides of the record and it was so reliable that few other manufacturers could compete.  Seeburg introduced the M100B in 1950 – it was the first jukebox that could play 45rpm records and this was followed by the V200, the first 200-select jukebox.  They continued manufacturing jukeboxes throughout the 1970's and 1980's until they were bought by Seeburg Satellite Broadcasting.
1958 Seeburg Wallbox
You must watch this video

1953 Seeburg HF-100G Jukebox Fully Restored

Ricks Restorations 1957 Seeburg R100 Jukebox

Other makes

First Paul Fuller designed Jukebox

How the Wurlitzer 1015 Jukebox Works Part 1: The Credit and Selection Process
How the 1946-47 Wurlitzer 1015 Jukebox Works, Part 2: The Record Playing Mechanism

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