It would seem obvious that your best option would be,buy a Reference Clamp for the wtt.
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Yes, the WTT spindle is threaded, but the threads are on the inside of the spindle. Don't know if that matters, but it might make clamps usable.
I'm also considering a record mat, but not sure about that either. As for the Reference clamp, I might go that way, but its been difficult communicating with WT and been trying to find something less expensive!!!
I just received an order from Stanalog last week. George gave me regular updates on a web problem they were having that kept me from ordering the week before last. He may be a little slow to respond sometimes but he will get back to you from my experience.
I use the reference clamp with my Reference TT and I can't imagine another brand doing a better job. The reference clamp is $75 through Stanalog.
If upgrading your clamp is your latest desire, stick to the WTT and get the reference clamp. I have used mats on the WTT which I owned for many years. WTT never recommended a mat and I agree. The WTT is a very finely tuned TT and I would not recommend straying far from the original design. Want to make a big difference in your analog? Look at what your TT sits on and buy the best sounding interconnects you can get your hands on. Use The Cable Co. as your resource for this and try out interconnects 'til the cows come home. If you can find a Signal Guard platform with Polycrystal Points and a great cable match you will really have arrived at the best WTT you can own.