Los Angeles, CA 91394
of our jukeboxes have been professionally reconditioned
and come with a full one year parts warranty,
We ship worldwide.
45 & 33 1/3 - RPM
160 to 480 Selections
In the lobby of the Hotel
Garden Palace in Saitama, Japan.
the 1980’s we had an arrangement with the world’s largest jukebox
operator, SEGA Corporation/Japan. They had 100 mechanics working
24/7 refurbishing jukeboxes to supply our Los Angeles retail stores.
JUKEBOXES UNLIMITED ® was selling 850 to 900 jukeboxes per year to homes
in Southern California.
is the only one of this model we ever had and was sold for a very
reasonable price at that time. Twenty years later the original buyer
traded it in for a CD jukebox. It went to the back of the warehouse
and sat there until recently when someone asked about it.
pulled it out and began the refurbishing process. It became quite
obvious that the juke had endured very little use in those years.
more we got into it, the more we realized that this is one very nifty
might not be a Wurlitzer “Bubbler” or Seeburg “Happy Days”
model, but it does have some cool things going for it. First off it
has a very cool speaker “Grill” made of steel. (Might be sturdier
than the one on your car). Looks like an old ‘56 Oldsmobile coming
it has this slowly revolving scene up on the top portion. This brings
back memories of those light up Hamm’s beer signs of the ‘70s
where the campsite and lake moved slowly past. (Made you think you had
too much to drink already).
this the scene is of a future metropolis where towering buildings and
aerial railways filled the landscape. Lights flicker and spheres pulse
with the beat of the city. It’s mesmerizing … and too cool!
those fun things, this one also plays Compact 33's or Little LP's that
hold 6 tunes per disc in Stereo. With its 80 records, that’s 480
sweet songs. They don’t make these records anymore, but you can find
them on the "net".
didn’t take much to clean this beauty up and boy does it shine now.
Parts that would normally be dull or faded look like new. This is a
“clean machine” if there ever was one.
wide cabinet allows the ample amplifier to produce terrific Stereo
separation. The two 12” woofers on the bottom put out the thumping
you want from a “juke” and the mids and highs come out up top
after being sorted out through an efficient crossover network.
is the first model to be equipped with the great sounding, rugged,
dependable Shure M-44 cartridge. This cartridge was used right up
until Rockola began building CD jukes in the late ‘80s.
you want an extremely clean, dependable, simple, loud, great sounding,
“cool” looking jukebox, this baby is for you. Considering that
we’ve sold more than 15,000 and this is the only one we’ve ever
had, might make this a bit of a rarity … you think?
We ship worldwide and to insure proper
care we crate the
jukeboxes ourselves. Call us with your shipping address and we'll get
you a competitive shipping/insurance quote (prices vary according to
value and destination), unless you'd like to pick it up or have us
deliver it in the Southern California area.
Our experience in servicing jukeboxes bought elsewhere through the
Internet is that many sustain some kind of damage in transport. When
you buy a jukebox from us we make sure the components inside are
properly secured. In some cases we can send you detailed photos and
instructions on how to unpack the unit and get it up and running.
"We only sell quality reconditioned jukeboxes that we'll be
happy to service in the future.
This we've done since 1971."
If you're interested in any of our other
jukeboxes call us at:
1-818-366-9400, 10AM-6PM P.S.T. Mon.-Sat. or e-mail us: Info@JukeboxesUnlimited.com.
For jukebox rental information in the Los Angeles area
visit Jukeboxes For Rent ®.