I'll let you know. I have some unique/good stuff but it's almost all classical that I got from an estate sale. I got a few Musical Heritage Jazz albums from the 60's that are pretty nice also.Hey, if you want to get rid of the vinyl, let me know. I don't have a store anymore, but I still listen to records every night. I have a circle of friends who get together once a month and listen to records together, and I'm always looking to grow my library.
Cool turntable, btw. I don't have much experience with tracking tables, and getting someone to service them is even more rare. Without doxxing, what town are you in? Or PM me. I have a guy that works on equipment. He's awesome and very reasonable.
The Beogram turntables aren't super high end, but I like them. Fortunately, there's a guy at www.sound-smith.com/ who makes the replacement cartridge/stylus so there's at least an option for keeping it running, but I'll be worried if I have to get any big repairs on it.
I'm in Chicago. I have a pretty good shop that's done a couple of KEF speakers for me (refoam/capacitors/crossovers), but haven't taken a turntable to his shop yet. He's petty pricey, though, but I like the speakers and didn't want to screw around them by going cheap.
I make it back to Nebraska once or twice a year, though. Hoping to get their for Christmas and set my parents up with a simple stereo setup that would work for them.