On-Stage Stands MSA8020 Clamp-On Boom ArmItem ID: BoomClamp
Clamp-on Boom Arm with Euro-style Clutch
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This clamp-on bracket with two friction-locking knobs fastens securely to mic boom shaft. 19" top-mount boom features neoprene rubber pads for secure locking power and a euro-style clutch. Mic cable holder clip included.
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Clamp-on Boom - Economical way to conquer tricky placement!
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Jennifer, Chicago, IL
Reviewsbased on 2 reviews
Boom Arm; What a good idea!
by John Rosenfelder from New HampshireMounted on a vocal mic stand, this holds a mic in just the right place for guitar, mandolin, or banjo. Reduces stage clutter, and tripping hazards.
August 28, 2012
Music Background: Amateur musician and sound engineer
versatile, economical - perfect for stereo miking
by Ward Johnson from Seattle, WA USAThis unassuming little "accessory" is better than having a second mic stand in just about any situation where you'd otherwise have two stands spaced less than about 5 feet apart: 1) x-y or mid-side s... read more [+]tereo miking - you can get the microphones much closer together than you could with two separate stands, and with the footprint of only one stand. 2) two musicians facing each other - assuming the primary stand has a boom, you can get the two mics arbitrarily close together or up to 4 or 5 feet apart. (Try this with two figure-8 pattern mics; each picks up the ambience of the opposite singer.) 3) Live in a small club: vocal mic on one boom, mic a small amp with the other; no extra real estate necessary for a second mic stand. 4) A-B comparing two mics, or recording with two for their unique characteristics. QUALITY: as with several other OnStage products I own, this is well-built and with ordinary care should last a long time. close [-]
July 27, 2011
Music Background: Pro and Avocational Musician, Audio Technician 40+ years