Resistor Mag Review: The Ramar Record Brush by Rangel Vasev

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The more orbits around our sun one tra­vels, the more one comes to appre­cia­te tho­se objects made by hand with a com­mit­ment to qua­li­ty, and a sin­gu­la­ri­ty of pur­po­se in their design and exe­cu­ti­on. I’m spea­king of ran­ge­fin­der came­ras, point-to-point wired val­ve ampli­fiers, idler turn­ta­bles, small-batch whis­ky, bes­po­ke road bikes… record brushes. I never thought I’d be inclu­ding a record brush on a list of objet d’art, but after see­ing one online, reques­ting a review sam­ple, and using one, I’d be remiss to not inclu­de it. The Ramar Record Brush, desi­gned and hand­craf­ted by Ran­gel Vasev in Ber­lin, Ger­ma­ny is ano­t­her fine examp­le of what hap­pens when an arti­san focu­ses on making the best. 

Review: The Ramar Record Brush by Ran­gel Vasev