On-Stage Stands MS7920B Bass Drum / Boom Combo Mic StandItem ID: MicStdDeskBm
Short Mic Stand with 16" Boom and Compact Weighted Base - Black
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Short Boom Mic Stand for Stage, Studio, and Desktop!The On-Stage Stands MS7920B desk mic stand with boom works great for miking kick drums, guitar amplifiers, and other low-height sound sources, in addition to giving you very flexible desktop mic placement options. Great for everything from live and studio instrument miking to vocal podcast and recording applications, the MS7920B features a compact weighted U-shaped base, 8"-14" height adjustability, and a 16" boom arm. The MS7920B is also easy to wiggle into tight spaces (under-snare mic, anyone?). Put your microphone exactly where you need it to be with the On-Stage Stands MS7920B mic stand!
Small, stable, agile mic stand
Often times you want to place a microphone on something that's not so easy to get to. That's why "desk" mic stands are handy little devices to have around - especially when they have a boom arm! Say you want to add a second snare mic under the drum to capture the crack of the snares. With the On-Stage Stands MS7920B, you'll always be able to place that mic right where you want it. (Don't forget to flip the phase on your board!) On-Stage Stands MS7920B - every studio and stage kit needs one!
On-Stage Stands MS7920B Desk Boom Mic Stand Features at a Glance:
The On-Stage Stands MS7920B is an essential Stage, Studio, and Desktop mic stand!
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Robert, Chester, VA
Reviewsbased on 7 reviews
this mic is done right
by Thom Riley from Raymond Wa.nice heavy base , extends to put the mic close to the beater pad, fits nice even with a kick port.
January 6, 2012
Music Background: drummer vocalist for 30 yrs
Short, Simple, Perfect.
by Sean Millspaugh from Norman, OKIt's a mic stand. The joints hold well, the base is nicely weighted, and adjustments are a breeze. It's made of fairly sturdy material, so it's probably not going to break. I use it on a desk, and the... read more [+] added flexibility of a full mic-stand in the compact space is absolutely perfect. I can keep it in one place and put the mic wherever I need it without moving the stand at all. I suppose that's the goal of a mic-stand, keeping the mic where you need it. If that's the case, then this stand meets that standard quite well. Great buy. close [-]
October 10, 2011
Music Background: Hobbyist/Recording Musician
Great little stand!
by tabletopdrummer from Indiana, USA!Works great, folds up nice and tight in my hardware box, I use a beta 52 on it and have NO Problems! A Big thumbs up!
January 2, 2013
Music Background: semi-pro musician, sound engineer, bus driver, ect....
Its a stand
by Trevor Smith from Charleston WvThe only actual complaint I have about this product is that when fully extended at certain angles it tends to fall over. Honestly if you need it for some crazy mic-ing position buy something heavier ... read more [+]or add weight. For the price you cant beat it. close [-]
February 22, 2012
Music Background: Recording Engineer, Live Sound, Pro Musician
put this on a tripod
by fromgreat stand for the price, though not a big fan of these weighted bases, they tend to be tipsy even with the weight directed in the right direction. Really only bought this for the 16" boom, would li... read more [+]ke to see Sweetwater offer a tripod stand with a 16" boom in this price range. close [-]
August 7, 2012
Music Background: Sound Engineer