#1
Could that work?


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#2
it would have to be an ultra fine grain

im gunna go ahead and say no
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#3
Isn't vinyl a material in itself or am I misinformed?
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#4
sry, but no. wood shrinks and expands with temperature and humidity. it would never sound anything like the original recording.
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#9
Yeah sorry, what I really meant was wooden records that you play on a turntable.


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#10
Originally, records were made of shellac. They started using vinyl in the late '40s or '50s. I don't think you could make a record out of wood. You could try with, like, particle board, I guess, but definitely not actual wood.
#11
well what about like hardwood flooring material and put the grooves in the finish or w/e

that would be badass
#12
no
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