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Musician's Friend Microphone Stand with Fixed Boom
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Die-cast construction. Fully adjustable. Standard height with 33" boom.
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- 33" boom
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This mic stand is all good except for one thing the base is too small and too light. So when you put a mic in and extend the boom the stand wants to tip over.
Sadly, I bought this stand. Since then, it's been nothing but annoying. It isn't sturdy at all, which means if you accidentally bump it, it's toppling over. The threads on the boom are already worn out and don't tighten all the way. My best advice is look elsewhere. I know I will.
Stand does its job well. Not great for soft carpet, but otherwise a capable stand.
I am not empressed with the boom clamp and overall poor quality.
Lightweight, easy to use, and gets the job done without any problems. I've mostly used it with large diaphragm condenser mics, for a variety of instruments (guitar, flute, violin, oboe, etc.), and it has worked great constantly. Highly recommended!
The base is too light. The stand keeps tipping over. Threads stripped out easily, even after only a handful of uses. Fortunately, I didn't waste too much money on these stands, but I wish I has spent a little more and bought higher quality stands. Don't waste your money!
This stand is cheap. I bought one because my other tripod stand took up too much space on some of the small stages my band plays. This stand will tip if the boom is extended too far and the boom does not tighten to the stand so it almost alway feels loose. Ok for a practice stand but will not stand up to live shows. Pay more and get better quality.
I also sadly purchased this stand, The first couple of weeks the threds on the base of the stand striped and the stand was useless. But being the lazy person that I am i didnt want to go to guitar center or order another type of stand, so I duck taped it back together and I have to say it works suprisingly well but theres no doubt im replacing it with an ultimate or I own a proline and its a good sturdy stand so I'll get another one. I took the boom off and used it on another stand, its not to bad.