(1) Coles 4038 - no need for a description. you know what this is. Thing is, these are way back-ordered at the moment and are hard to come by. Snag this one. $OLD
(1) Ehrlund EHR-M - esoteric little sucker. I have a few Ehrlund mics, including an additional one of these, so this one is redundant. Great sounding mic; exceptional transient response, especially for a larger diaphragm condenser, and the low end needs to be heard to be believed. These Ehrlund mics sound unlike ANY other mic in my cabinet, and offer a rare and unique voice. I particularly like them for medium-field distance micing. They have this weird thing where they always sound much "closer" to a source than other regular mics, so coupled with their crazy deep bottom end, I find it particularly useful to use them for micing a bass amp or similar, from two or three feet away. Lets the LF wave really develop, and you don't lose the sense of immediacy you'd normally sacrifice micing a speaker at that distance. $1000
(1) Audio Technica ATM-31 - I believe this was originally marketed as a handheld condenser for live/stage use. I happened to discover it a million years ago as a Berklee student and found it was phenomenal on hi hat, and it served me well there for many, many years. Great, inexpensive way to add a hat mic to your project studio setup (or even your commercial studio setup). $31.
I'll ship to the lower 48. Buyer pays shipping. If you're local-ish, you can come by the studio to grab em.
Last Edit: Dec 15, 2022 23:06:43 GMT -6 by bgrotto