Vintage Harp Mics- Vintage tone and style at Honkin' Harmonica Shop
Always keen to bring new harp mics into the vintage section here is a cute little dynamic Piezo DX-75 to take a look at.
As with a lot of microphones made in Japan around the 70's they have a really strong dynamic element giveing a tone far bigger than you would imagine of a harmonica mic this size.
Needless to say this well made offering is feels good in the hand, especially the smaller handed players and doesn't take too much room in your harmoina case.
These harmonica microphones come with a around a 5ft lead and terminates ina small jack plug. I will however provide free of charge the connector that you would need to use with your harp amp so you are ready to plug in and play. They also come with their own stand so they can look cool even when your'e not playing.
Sounds great with any size harp amp, plug it into a tube or valve harmonica amplifier and you really are flying.
Check out the video clip, the great man Ron Sunshine has this to say about it
"This looks and sounds suspiciously like a Calrad, which is to say super hot, and fantastic for harmonica. Here it is through a Fender Bassman hooked together with a vintage Harmony amp."
Get on board folks and enjoy the ride, vintage mics all the way I say!
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