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Musician's Friend Low-Profile Mic Stand with Regular Boom   

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Nonskid rubber feet. Fully adjustable with hard steel tilter to last your whole career. Tripod-base stand adjusts from 10" to 15" high. Fits standard...Read More

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Low-profile folding tripod base for solid placement and stability.

Nonskid rubber feet. Fully adjustable with hard steel tilter to last your whole career. Tripod-base stand adjusts from 10" to 15" high. Fits standard and European-style microphone clips.

FEATURES
  • Low-profile tripod base
  • Hard steel tilter for solid adjustability
  • Rubber feet
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3.6

(based on 12 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Just what you need.

I was surprised with this stand, i bought it without seeing or ever using it. I was just expecting to get something that would do the job and prolly fall apart soon enough,...Read complete review

I was surprised with this stand, i bought it without seeing or ever using it. I was just expecting to get something that would do the job and prolly fall apart soon enough, but suprisingly its very sturdy and strong. The base of the stand is strong, the tripod legs are better because it allows for the boom and whatevers on the end of it to not overweight the whole stand and make it fall over. This however is unavoidable sometimes. I at first had trouble putting it together, but i had called the phone number for musicians friend and they were extremely nice and helpful, they had even helped me figure out how to get the adapter out of my mic. Eh kind of a stupid moment for me, but before this i had never really worked with microphones before, especially not drum ones.peace

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Steer Clear!

I bought this stand thinking it would be perfect to mic the kick drum for a drum set. Unfortunately it becomes horribly unbalanced when i attach my Beta 52 to it. The tripod legs...Read complete review

I bought this stand thinking it would be perfect to mic the kick drum for a drum set. Unfortunately it becomes horribly unbalanced when i attach my Beta 52 to it. The tripod legs on it are much shorter in real life than what it looks like in the picture. I had to take another stand of mine apart with longer legs to support the weight of my kick mic. This might be a suitable stand for guitar recording, but it isn't a good quality kick mic stand. On-Stage is a much better brand for a quality mic stand in my opinion.

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2.0

too light

By potatoes

from minneapolis

This stand falls over too easily; the legs are shorter than they appear in the picture, and the stand is quite light - I have to put something heavy on the leg opposite the mic end to keep it from crashing to the floor. It's simply not designed to work well with a boom.

 
4.0

Good value for the buck

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Most of us are not touring the county doing arena shows. This stand will do the job for most of us playing several times a week. Like all equipment it will need to be taken care off. I use it on my kick, does alright.

 
5.0

Just what you need.

By poppa reed

from zebulon, NC

I was surprised with this stand, i bought it without seeing or ever using it. I was just expecting to get something that would do the job and prolly fall apart soon enough, but suprisingly its very sturdy and strong. The base of the stand is strong, the tripod legs are better because it allows for the boom and whatevers on the end of it to not overweight the whole stand and make it fall over. This however is unavoidable sometimes. I at first had trouble putting it together, but i had called the phone number for musicians friend and they were extremely nice and helpful, they had even helped me figure out how to get the adapter out of my mic. Eh kind of a stupid moment for me, but before this i had never really worked with microphones before, especially not drum ones.peace

 
4.0

Simple and dependable

By BlackList

from uniontown, PA

I have just purchased these mini booms to mic my double kick mapex. I use AKGD112s and these mics hold them just fine. I gave them a 5 on features just because they are simple, which doesn't mean bad. On quality, I have yet to see long term wear but they seem that with some TLC these shall do fine for the haul. These stands are a great value with these cheap price tag and have great functionality and are proving to be quite solid for such a small price.

 
4.0

Great for the money

By Torchwood

from Columbus, OH

This stand is a lifesaver, I can't believe the amazing deal it is either. If you need a great, affordable stand to mic up you guitar cabs, snare drums, bass drums, or floor toms. Here's your stand. I'd recommend the tripod base over the round, as my round base doesn't quite have the weight to it I like, luckily I use that one for my Sennheiser e609, which is a lighter mic than most. thanks MF for the great stand and great value.

 
2.0

Steer Clear!

By Daniel-Dtsbx

from North Richland Hills, TX

I bought this stand thinking it would be perfect to mic the kick drum for a drum set. Unfortunately it becomes horribly unbalanced when i attach my Beta 52 to it. The tripod legs on it are much shorter in real life than what it looks like in the picture. I had to take another stand of mine apart with longer legs to support the weight of my kick mic. This might be a suitable stand for guitar recording, but it isn't a good quality kick mic stand. On-Stage is a much better brand for a quality mic stand in my opinion.

 
4.0

A little wobbly

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

The tripod legs are only about 6 inches long so when you extend the boom out most of the way it gets wobbly with my Shure SM57. It might work to tape a weight on the other side of the boom.

 
5.0

Great Stand

By OleSmoke

from Butler, PA

Hey, I bought this stand and for the money you just can't go wrong. I haven't had any trouble with mine at all. I am very happy with it. Even if it breaks i will likely just slap some duct tape on it and continue using it. what the heck, it was only a few dollars!

 
4.0

Dee Dee Dee!

By Joey-jOoUY

from Richmond, VA

This mic stand is a good bargain. It's good for the money. But, I just wanted to give a big 'DEE DEE DEE' award to the last person who wrote a review. What, are you flippin stupid. It says right in the description,'adjusts from 10" to 15" high.' Obviously its not feet so it has to be, Inches! Dee Dee Dee!Try reading the description next time.P.S.- DEE DEE DEE!

 
4.0

Will Do

By Passport Radio

from Puerto Rico

I use this stand in my home studio...of course there are better, but this gets the job done. Sometimes it might be a little hard to get it on the setting you want but eventually you'll get it right.

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