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Convenient setup for stereo overhead or room miking.
Mount your Bose ToneMatch Engine to mic stand.
Adjusts from 39" to 65". Ergonomic trigger design, durable powdercoat finish, and rounded base for better...
Adjusts from 16-1/4" to 24-1/2".Use with DMS series stands for kick, snare, or guitar cab mic placement. 3/4...
3 unique features set this stand apart.
Perfect for tight spaces and hard-to-reach spots. Quickly and easily adjusted.
For all the lower instruments that are hard to mic with a regular mic stand.
Desk stand for microphones.
For stage work or studios, the wide-stance, tripod base, and long reach of the Proline Studio Boom Mic Stand...
The SM-52 gets your mic where it's supposed to be with ease thanks to an adjustable boom arm with Peak's...
Give your mics the star treatment with the Atlas Air Suspension system.
The PRO-T-T package features the PRO-T Tripod mic stand and ULTI-BOOM TB telescoping boom. The stand is height...
The ULTI-BOOM FB fixed boom has an oversized rotation hub, top threads which fit U.S. and metric threaded mic...
Adjustable mic boom stand tilts easy and clamps to a mic stand effortlessly.
Allows most microphone booms to be mounted on top of the Hot Spot.
Microphone stands are arguably the most important accessory on any stage. Giving singers a place to rest their microphones when not in use, they also allow those who are playing other instruments to contribute vocals with ease. With a variety of different mic stands to choose from, you’ll easily be able to find the one that is right for you, as well as the ones that are right for the rest of the band. When looking around for microphone stands, it’s good to know the different styles available to you. You can get a fixed boom stand, a telescopic boom stand, stands with solid bases, and stands with tripod bases. Each style of stand offers its own benefits. For example, boom stands can be great for singers who are also playing another instrument such as keyboards or drums. They can easily be angled to pick up great sound without getting in the way of the performance. On the other hand, microphone stands with solid bases are incredibly sturdy, making them ideal for high traffic areas or high octane performances. Finding the perfect stand will go a long way in maximizing your performance. Once you find the style of stand that works for you, you need to ask yourself just how many microphone stands you’re going to need. Are you a solo project? Just you and your guitar or piano? Then you may only need a single stand such as the Die-Cast Mic Stand from Musician’s Gear or the Heavy-Duty Euro Boom Mic Stand from On-Stage Stands. If you need more than one microphone stand, there are several package deals that include enough stands for everyone in the band and then some. Purchasing in bulk can be a sure fire way to know you’ll always have a stand available to you. In the end, you’ll quickly be able to figure out the style of microphone stand that works best for you. These stands are valuable for any musician. Keeping your mic safely cradled can help you focus on your performance, so you can put on memorable shows every time you hit the stage.