Replacement For Per Madsen's Rackit Record Storage System!
When Per Madsen decided to retire a few years ago, thousands of record collectors wished him well but with great sadness. One of the sturdiest, most attractive and convenient record storage systems would no longer be manufactured.
Fortunately Madsen said what he'd invented wasn't really patent-able and that if someone wanted to copy it and start manufacturing them again, they were free to do so.
Now Jef Fowler of TwoCan HiFi is again making them out of sturdy, solid oak. Based on what they look like, they are an exact duplicate of Madsen's racks. A single modular rack holding about 100 LPs costs $59.95. There are other accessories available just as Madsen offered including a dolly, a base and a top, among others.
Check them out at TwoCanHiFi.
I'll soon be ordering some and I'll let you know how they stack up (sorry, couldn't help myself).