This is the classic jukebox that commemorates the 60th anniversary of Elvis Presley’s first #1 hit, made by the company that gave Rock and Roll music its moniker.
This is the classic jukebox that commemorates the 60th anniversary of Elvis Presley’s first #1 hit, made by the company that gave Rock and Roll music its moniker. A virtual audio/visual shrine for devoted Elvis fans, the centerpiece of this CD-playing jukebox is an interior illuminated mural of The King performing on stage. Handcrafted by Rock-Ola, synonymous with jukebox innovation for 80 years, this model is a meticulous reproduction of the kind that first played “Heartbreak Hotel,” down to the bubbles circulating around the cabinet’s color-cascading lighted exterior. Elvis’ signature on the front glass, a grill cloth adorned with a golden musical note, and a CD holder shaped like a guitar complete the Rock and Roll motif. Updated for modern use, it has a 100-CD changer and a built-in 2,000-watt amplifier that delivers rich sound from the system’s five speakers. The iconic rounded cabinet is hand-formed from premium hardwood, finished in piano-quality lacquer, and trimmed in triple-plated polished die-cast metal. Includes remote control. Made in the U.S. in a limited edition of 99. Includes brass number plate. Black. 60" H x 33" W x 27" D. (310 lbs.)