I just purchased a Seeburg Discotheque Jukebox from 1965 and am looking for two things.
The first thing I am looking for is if someone produces records up here and would be able to convert a 45rpm/7inch record that has a small hole in the center into the larger hole that a 45rpm 7inch record usually has. It already has a groove imprinted in the vinyl, but if someone has a special drill or equipment to make the larger hole I would appreciate it. The problem I am having is that the jukebox reads the small hole that is usually in an LP and plays the 45rpm at 33 1/3 speed. There is an ancient computer that uses a magnet to adjust the speed so that it could play little 33 1/3 records back in the day.
My second question is if anyone out there knows where I could find some more local 45s. I found one at the Fetus, but I have heard there are many more out there. If you would be willing to part with one or sell one for a decent price please let me know.
If you know what 45s have been released locally that would help me know what to search for as well. I bought an LBB used one, but I heard Low and other bands have done them in the past.