Sharp GF-777z

Sharp GF-777

 

One of the Holy Grail's of boombox collecting is the Sharp GF-777z or GF-777.  One of the first boomboxes with double cassettes it was also produced in Japan as model GF-909.  The GF-777 has six speakers -  two woofers, two "sub" woofer's and two horn type tweeters.  It weighs almost 27 pounds (12.2 kg) not inlcuding the 10 D sized batteries required to power it.

The boxes routinely sell for $500.00 to over $700.00 depending upon condition. I recently saw one sell for $19.99 via buy it now. LOL. Perhaps the seller didn't know what they had? Someone got a good deal!

SHARP GF 777Z Ghetto Blaste Boombox
SHARP GF 777Z Ghetto Blaste Boombox $1,199.00
Time Remaining: 8d 58m
Buy It Now for only: $1,199.00
Vintage SHARP GF 777Z Stereo Boombox Ghettoblaster
Vintage SHARP GF 777Z Stereo Boombox Ghettoblaster $1,199.00
Time Remaining: 29d 5h 38m
Buy It Now for only: $1,199.00
Vintage Sharp GF 777 Stereo Boombox Ghetto Blaster
Vintage Sharp GF 777 Stereo Boombox Ghetto Blaster $888.00
Time Remaining: 26d 20h 29m
Buy It Now for only: $888.00
Vintage SHARP GF 777 Stereo Boom box Ghetto blaster
Vintage SHARP GF 777 Stereo Boom box Ghetto blaster $777.00
Time Remaining: 29d 20h 39m
Buy It Now for only: $777.00

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4 comments

 No.1 
Richard:

I think you will find the Japan equivalent is in fact the GF-919. The GF-909 has black centers in the speakers and the area under the grill is painted black.

August 1st, 2009 at 10:06 pm
 No.2 
Richard:

This is a GF-909

August 1st, 2009 at 10:07 pm
 No.3 
raiko:

Hey, thanks for the picture Richard. That’s a nice looking box. So, the Sharp GF-919 was the version sold in Japan? Where was the Sharp GF-909 sold?

August 17th, 2009 at 1:36 pm
 No.4 
robbie:

Hey guys, I’ve laid my hands a gf-777. It’s got no mains cable, and I was wondering if you had any advice for me – am I safe to use any 240v rated power cable?

May 25th, 2010 at 2:29 pm

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