If you can afford it, go for a Rega P1/RP1 or P2 with a glass platter, Ortofon 2M Red (or even better, 2M Blue). You will NOT be disappointed.
If not, a Denon DL-110 might be a good match for the Technics (assuming the tonearm is like most of the Japanese tables of the late '70s, early '80s; meaning higher mass). Check out Vinylengine for your table's arm specs. Compliance matching is pretty darn important.
Regarding matching cartridges to arms with removable headshell: CHECK the headshell mass; if your combination tends towards too low a resonant frequency, it might be possible to ameliorate situation with a lighter headshell. SME perforated headshell is still one of the best ( unfortunately rather pricey ) option in such a case. There are "near clones" that look almost the same, with appreciably lower price, but these should still offer 98 % of the performance for reasonable money.No shortage of options for the other way around, but you will notice headshells can command quite high prices. That original Technics ( and its clones ) are medium mass ( and performance - not the best, not the worst sounding ). Can be had dirt cheap :
Once upon a time, long decades ago, Lyle Cartridges offered an extremely light but still very rigid and relatively very resonance free headshell made out of carbon fibre, which even had azimuth adjustment ! Wish anything of the sort would be still available now - fantastic with high(er) compliance carts on SL1200, for example.