Turntables are usually made from various artificial components, but the creations over at Audiowood are made in part using wooden parts. A slice of a tree trunk is used to make the base of the music player, while the record itself is held on a glass component that is affixed to the top portion.
The creations over at Audiowood offer the musical purist a more eclectic way to play their favorite pressings. When once compares a tree trunk slice to a record, it can be found that there are many similarities. First off, there's the cylindrical shape and second there's the line matchings; just like a record features etchings to hold music, tree trunks feature lines that dictate the age of the leafed giant.
Audiowood Creates Record Players Using Wooden Components
Michael Hemsworth — February 19, 2013 — Art & Design
References: audiowood & notcot.org