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Pictures of P3ESRs?

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  • Pictures of P3ESRs?

    Where can I find pictures of the various finishes? I've heard there are three: rosewood, natural cherry and eucalyptus?

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    Harbeth veneers

    I found images below from google search:

    eucalyptus


    cherry


    Rosewood:
    http://www.stereophile.com/images/ar.../810harb.1.jpg

    And you should able to see more from google search. Try it.
    "Bath with Music"

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    • #3
      Veneers again

      Originally posted by [email protected] View Post
      Where can I find pictures of the various finishes? I've heard there are three: rosewood, natural cherry and eucalyptus?
      You may see various finish by performing a image google of "Harbeth P3ESR". Do note the standard disclaimer that due to different light condition and how the pictures are taken, you may see some variation of the same veneers.

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      • #4
        Rosewood and black

        In fact, the P3ESR model has a forth option: black ash (perhaps a special order finish).

        Here is a picture of a typical rosewood P3ESR:



        Rosewood is an ideal P3 finish and one of the most timeless and beautiful veneers one can get.

        Originally posted by [email protected] View Post
        Where can I find pictures of the various finishes? I've heard there are three: rosewood, natural cherry and eucalyptus?

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        • #5
          My rosewood P3ESRs

          My rosewood P3 ESR's:




          I'm thinking of changing the plinth on my LP12 to a fluted walnut one, but would need to have the ESR in walnut as well...

          Br,
          Teme

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