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Musician's Friend Tripod Mic Stand with Fixed Boom
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The MS-220 Tripod Microphone Stand has a thread adapter and tubular legs. Adjustable height from floor to top thread 35" to 61-7/8". 30-1/4" boom is ...Click To Read More About This Product
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The MS-220 Tripod Microphone Stand has a thread adapter and tubular legs. Adjustable height from floor to top thread 35" to 61-7/8". 30-1/4" boom is not adjustable.
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I've owned this product for around a year. I bought it to accompany my MXL 990 mic w/ shockmount for home use w/ my small home studio. With care, I have used this stand but found myself frustrated on numerous occasions. Within 30 minutes, no matter how tight I tighten the locks, it will fail to remain in a fixed condition. I've readjusted the boom to be at various lengths and the only one that doesn't make the mic fall down is so close to the stand that a standard non-boom stand would do the same. Most of the locks come loose no matter how tight you tighten them, and the stand is easily set off balance. It is cheap, and can work a little better with cardiod mics.Budget musicians and studio hobyists- spend a few dollars more and get a better stand. I wouldn't use this for live, nor studio
I bought this mike stand because it was cheap. Don't make the same mistake I did. Nothing on this stand tightens correctly. In the middle of recording vocals, I found myself slowly huntching over as tho boom fell lower and lower. The bottom tube constantly slips through the the base and is often uneven. Pay more so you won't be disappointed as I was.
I dind't really have any problems with it except i needed to tighten the screws on it and it has problems keeping the pole up. But other than that it holds the mic good and keeps it sturdy. I would buy a different mic holder though.
I got several of these the other day and have found that they are substantially better than I expected. They're perfectly adequate for home studio and light gigging use. The legs could be a little longer, but proper studio practice is to weight or sandbag boom legs anyway.
These stands aren't terrible. So if you're looking for the cheapeast mic stand you can buy without getting a piece of crap, then this stand will work just fine for you. These stands really aren't all that bad, but honestly, if you are looking for durable mic stands, look elsewhere.