The handmade record brush Tina from ramar is opened. Record brush. Angus ist die Tonabnehmerbürste von ramar handgefertigt in Berlin. Tina Schallplattenbürste von ramar liegt auf einer Schallplatte. Record brush. Dusty is the practical cleaning aid from ramar Berlin. Tina ist eine Schallplattenbürste von ramar handgefertigt aus Nussbaum. Record brush.

Innovation, quality and aesthetics for exceptional sound quality

The vinyl record brushes from ramar are cha­rac­te­ri­zed by their uni­que brush trim and aes­the­tics. Six dou­ble rows of car­bon fibres and two rows of goat hair are used in ela­bo­ra­te hand­work. Thus our brushes com­bi­ne the best cha­rac­te­ris­tics of the known brush types. The mate­ri­al pro­per­ties of the indi­vi­du­al com­pon­ents as well as the spe­ci­fic arran­ge­ment of the brist­le rows

ensu­re excel­lent dust absorp­ti­on and dis­si­pa­ti­on elec­tro­sta­tic char­ge. Our pro­ducts stand for inno­va­ti­on, qua­li­ty and aes­the­tics. With gre­at dedi­ca­ti­on we deve­lop hi-fi access­ories with clear lines and atten­ti­on to detail. We design for peop­le who appre­cia­te craft­s­manship.

ramar at HISE Magazine 2020-06

The record brushes from ramar at “Hiše”

Hiše THE ARCHITECTURE MAGAZINE HISE REPORTS ABOUT OUR RECORD BRUSHES In the cur­rent sum­mer edi­ti­on, the archi­tec­tu­re maga­zi­ne Hiše (Houses) from Slo­ve­nia reports on how the coro­na pan­de­mic is making its­elf felt in archi­tec­tu­re, design and public space. One arti­cle regu­lar­ly pres­ents 24 design objects that are lin­ked to a spe­ci­fic the­me. In the cur­rent…
Record brush from ramar Berlin on "Mono and Stereo"

The record brushes from ramar at “Mono and Stereo”

A gre­at arti­cle about our record brushes at “Mono & Ste­reo”. We are very plea­sed that the brushes from ramar have recei­ved such a posi­ti­ve respon­se. ramar record brush has arri­ved Beau­ti­ful ramar hand made record brush just arri­ved from Ger­ma­ny. Of cour­se, I could­n’t keep my enthu­si­asm bot­t­led and wan­ted to see and get…

Thank you Roger O´Donnell

Roger O´Donnell: A very good friend of mine has star­ted making the most ama­zing brush for vinyl, its all hand made out of the most beau­ti­ful wood and metal with car­bon fib­re and goa­ts hair brushes! Strict­ly for the audio­phi­les out the­re … Roger´s Tweet
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Roger O'Donnell

Roger O’Donnell

The Syn­the­sist, Key­board play­er, The Cure

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My friend Ren­ji has star­ted making the most ama­zing vinyl record brushes. They are all hand made from a sin­gle block of wood with rows of goat hair and car­bon fib­re brushes. Audio­phil­lia!!
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Jimmy Rigogiannis

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So this one is tru­ly for the vinyl con­nois­seur.… a record brush of the finest qua­li­ty, and you feel that at the very first moment.  A den­se array of goat hair & car­bon fib­re brist­les, woo­den casing and metal­lic accents… you just know that it cleans tho­rough­ly… and the results speak for them­sel­ves.  The best record brush money can buy!

Matej Isak

Matej Isak

Foun­der & CEO monoandstereo.com

I use the ramar record brush dai­ly and it is one of the finest and most prac­ti­cal record brushes I’ve have ever used. The magne­ti­cal­ly atta­ched top cover can be easi­ly locked with the brush and clo­ses after each use to pro­tect the brush from dust accu­mu­la­ti­on. The inge­nious­ly inte­gra­ted need­le brush also auto­ma­ti­cal­ly snaps into place in the box pro­vi­ded. Ever­ything about the ramar fol­lows the simp­le logic of “a place for ever­ything with ever­ything in its place”. I love how ever­ything is well thought out, inclu­ding natu­ral, high-qua­li­ty mate­ri­als.