On-Stage Stands MSA9505 Posi-Lok Telescoping Mini Boom Reviews5.0/5.0 based on 1 customer review
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from Sydney, Australia
July 4, 2012Music Background:
Over 40 years as a Sound Supervisor/Audio Director, mostly live and on location.
Angle Without OverhangRegrettably, "no overhang" DOESN'T mean immunity from the dreaded hangover...
...However, this little beauty undoubtedly provides sure relief from one of the audio world's most persistent headaches: the lack of floor and elbow space.
You've been there. The venue's architect has created an oh-so-fashionably magnificent acreage for selling drinks, with the result that the band's effectively playing on a window ledge.
Conventional boom stands would mean that the only way of placing a mic in front of the keyboard vocalist's mouth would have the boom's "stub" in the saxophonist's ear.
The bass player is subject to a somewhat different problem.
Let's just say that she or he may have some reservations regarding the development of an overly personal and eye-watering relationship with the conventional hardware that's intended to position the drummer's vocal mic.
Not with one of these.
The teeth grip, the extension's secure and the mic stays where you want it to be.
Oh ...and it's cheap, ...so there'll be some money left for the headache pills.