The DJScope: A limited edition of 5 parlorscopes. Place a vintage vogue picture record onto the fully working record player. Look through the vintage Carlsrad microphone converted into a taleidoscope and see the images it reveals.
WHAT IS A VOGUE RECORD?
Vogue picture records were produced by Sav-Way Industries of Detroit, Michigan between 1946 and 1947. The discs were initially a hit, because of the novelty of the colorful artwork, and the improved sound compared to the shellac records dominant at the time. The discs were manufactured by first sandwiching printed illustrations around a core of aluminum, then coating both sides with clear vinyl upon which the grooves were stamped.
The company eleased between 67 and 74 double-sided 78 rpm gramophone records. The colorful artwork on the records and limited production have made Vogue Records a collector’s item.