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Rock-Ola Manufacturing is making its novel Jack Daniel's jukebox available to the general public. The distinctive nostalgic jukebox, designed for homes, previously had been offered only through specialty outlets.
Featuring bubble tubes on the sides and door front that provide counterpoint to the illuminated rotating Jack Daniel's pilaster, the jukebox is finished in warm-toned exotic wood veneers, emblazoned with the famous Jack Daniel's label and topped by the famed Tennessee distillery's "Old No. 7" trademark etched in its front-panel glass.
The Jack Daniel's model now features a powerful new 1600W. Peavey solid-state amplifier that made its debut in the Series IV Music Center. It incorporates 5 speakers and is equipped to permit adding an external speaker set for single-zone stereophonic or dual-zone monaural sound. It is supplied with a remote control, and measures 64.25" H. x 33.5" W. x 26.75" D.
The Jack Daniel's model joins Rock-Ola's Harley-Davidson Nostalgic jukebox in celebrating the American spirit of individualism that has given rise to distinctive handcrafted products whose uncompromising quality have built worldwide reputations.
Information on Rock-Ola nostalgic jukeboxes may be had from Andrea Kowalski at Rock-Ola sales by calling (310) 328-3736.