Munich High End 2017: The CP Report Page 3

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Outlandish looking vinyl rigs were in great number at this year’s High End 2017. Origin Live’s Mark Baker of England (above), seemed the least fazed, remaining composed to manufacture outstanding performers instead of outlandish looking players. Seem’s the more exaggerated the size and appearance, the more pricey they were (I saw two entirely new models in the $350 – $400k price range). It’s quite insane but then again, this hobby has running off the rails for a very long time. Here’s just a few of those I saw…

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