Atlas Sound MS-10CE - Ebony

All-purpose Round Base Mic Stand - Black
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All purpose, round base Atlas mic stand with black tube and black base. Includes Atlas' famous clutch with won't slip under pressure, and lock-nut ring at the top and bottom.

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Studio Microphone Buying Guide

Tech Specs

Base Type Weighted
Height Type Standard
Height 35" to 63"
Tube Materials Steel
Weight 11.25 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number MS-10CE

Customer Reviews

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Heavy Mike Stand, Man.

Heavy mic stand. This is the first time I've ever seen a new one of these in my life.On the subject of reviews: recently read an interview with Will Lee. I think he said something like he owns ten basses and hates them all. I can relate. Who wants to hear me complain? But I do like Sweetwater. Thank you!

sturdy mic stand

Super sturdy, sleek and strong. Unscrews from the base so packs nicely.

Great construction!

Extremely well made, nice heavy base...what more can you ask for. I have this in a home studio in an old house with funky, old house floors under it's not always the most level surface. The Atlas Sound mic stand is heavy enough to keep my mic stable, and more importantly, not crash to the ground. Worth every penny!
Music background: Radio Production Director

the best mic stands, period

These are just simply the best portable mic stands I've ever used. Sturdy, stable, high quality equipment for the professional. Although they are now made in China like everything else, the new stands I recently purchased seem to be every bit as good as the American-made MS-10's I bought 30 years ago. Which, by the way, I still use.
Music background: professional musician

Solid, yet wobbly

Before reading this review, you have to consider that this is my very first microphone stand. I'm using this with a boom arm, which makes the stand tilt over a bit. The bottom edges of the base aren't exactly even, so it'll wobble a little. Putting some diving weights or something similar should solve that. It's a very well-built stand, and isn't flimsy or cheap. For the price it's quite excellent in my opinion.
Music background: Podcaster, Home Recorder/musician
See also: Microphone Stands, Atlas Sound, Atlas Sound Mic Stands, Atlas Sound Mic Stands