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This is my own personal website, devoted to the world of gramophones and to spreading information, help and guidance to anyone interested in the wonderful machines and records of yesteryear.  It provides a counterpoint to my

YouTube

channel, where I have hundreds of videos of the playings of old records provided for your daily pleasure.

I also hope to be able to offer some of my extensive collection of records for sale, and eventually - perhaps - CDs containing recordings of records which I wish to retain.  Other items associated with gramophones will also be available..

The

Forum

provides the opportunity for other enthusiasts to share their knowledge and experience with others and to ask - and answer - questions about all aspects of our interest.

The

Library

is

a kind of record archive - a place where enthusiasts can upload recordings of their own records, for others to play or download.   A database cont

ains information about each recording, and searches can be made by musical type and by using part of a title or artist's name, for example.

I hope that you will enjoy your visit here.
                     Stephen Peppiatt

Gramophone Collecting
The Website of Stephen Peppiatt - 'The EMGColonel'
Contact information:  'phone number - e-mail address  - home address ??