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Musician's Gear Drum Microphone Mount Kit 

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This Musician's Gear Drum Mic Mount Kit includes 4 DM50 Drum Rim Mic Clips and one MS7920B Kick Drum/Amp Mic Stand.The Drum Rim Mic Clips fit standar...Click To Read More About This Product

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Mic your drums affordably and easily.

This Musician's Gear Drum Mic Mount Kit includes 4 DM50 Drum Rim Mic Clips and one MS7920B Kick Drum/Amp Mic Stand.

The Drum Rim Mic Clips fit standard 5/8"-27 threads and are height adjustable, allowing you to place them in the best location for sound and convenience. Rubber isolation cylinders dampen unwanted vibrations from reaching the mic. The clamp adjusts to fit rims as tall as 1-3/8" and features a protective rubber coating on all contact surfaces.

The Kick Drum/Amp Mic Stand adjusts from 8" - 14" high and features a 16" boom. The die-cast U-shaped base is compact but has plenty of weight to keep it in place. A mid-point clutch makes boom adjustments quick and easy.

FEATURES
  • 4 drum rim mic clips

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Musician's GearDrum Microphone Mount Kit
 
3.3

(based on 15 reviews)

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40%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

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    • Professional musician (3)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Great Product

I've had these mounts for over 5 months now and I recorded over 10 songs with them. When I read previous reviews I was worried if they were going to be too intrusive or...Read complete review

I've had these mounts for over 5 months now and I recorded over 10 songs with them. When I read previous reviews I was worried if they were going to be too intrusive or of poor quality, but I had no trouble and these mounts attached extremely easily to my Pearl Export EX set. I really don't see how these could be intrusive to a player, only if you are trying to put a giant mic on it, or if your are a VERY inexperienced drummer.They gave me just what I wanted, and allow you to position the mic just where you want it.Definitely recommended.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Not wonderful

The kick mic stand is not too bad. The base is a bit smaller and lighter than the Proline model, but if the kick mic is not too heavy, it works well.Read complete review

The kick mic stand is not too bad. The base is a bit smaller and lighter than the Proline model, but if the kick mic is not too heavy, it works well.
The rim-mount mic holders, on the other hand, are terrible. The clamp does not open up quite enough to get it on the rim without considerable force. When finally on, and tightened, the way the clamp hooks under the hoop puts pressure on the rim of the head, or wedges between the head and the shell.
Once mounted, the mic is positioned well over onto the head, hindering performance. I had to bend the mic mount part (easy to bend, cheap metal.) I am going to be doing some more modification to the clamp so it locks onto just the rim without touching or putting pressure on the shell or head.
Very poorly designed. Not worth the money.

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1.0

Didn't work.

By Nick Name

from AZ

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Comments about Musician's Gear Drum Microphone Mount Kit:

While the bass drum mic stand is of better quality than I expected and is versatile and well made, the tom clips would not fit my drum set.
In fact, I couldn't get them to attach to ANYTHING, drum set related or not. In the pictures we see the bottom of the clip - a distinct hook shape necessary to securely grasp the bottom of your drum hoop. The problem for my set is that the rim of the drum head is located where that "hook" is supposed to go.
I replaced the 4 clips with Mic-Eze clamps which fit perfectly.

 
3.0

decent for the price

By crumbumMJH

from flemington, nj

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Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Cheap
  • Easy To Use
  • Functional

Cons

  • Awkward Positioning

Best Uses

  • Demo Recordings
  • Practicing

Comments about Musician's Gear Drum Microphone Mount Kit:

the only negative thing about these is the position they sit on the drum. I can't use this on my snare because the mic is too much in the way, but they're fine for the bottom of the snare and toms.

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Bulky and high-profile

By Munnch

from Denver, CO

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Pros

  • Cheap
  • Easy To Use

Cons

  • Bulky
  • High-profile

Best Uses

    Comments about Musician's Gear Drum Microphone Mount Kit:

    While functional, the clip-ons are bulky and high-profile. They do not look sleek during live performance, and there is not place on my snare drum where they will not be in the way. The kick drum mic stand is awesome.

     
    1.0

    Not wonderful

    By evanchuley

    from Oregon

    About Me Professional Musician

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    Pros

      Cons

      • Difficult To Use
      • Poor Quality

      Best Uses

      • Backup

      Comments about Musician's Gear Drum Microphone Mount Kit:

      The kick mic stand is not too bad. The base is a bit smaller and lighter than the Proline model, but if the kick mic is not too heavy, it works well.
      The rim-mount mic holders, on the other hand, are terrible. The clamp does not open up quite enough to get it on the rim without considerable force. When finally on, and tightened, the way the clamp hooks under the hoop puts pressure on the rim of the head, or wedges between the head and the shell.
      Once mounted, the mic is positioned well over onto the head, hindering performance. I had to bend the mic mount part (easy to bend, cheap metal.) I am going to be doing some more modification to the clamp so it locks onto just the rim without touching or putting pressure on the shell or head.
      Very poorly designed. Not worth the money.

       
      5.0

      GREAT Mounts!!!

      By John Bonham's Illegitament Son

      from Minnesota

      About Me Professional Musician

      Pros

      • Affordable
      • Easily Moveable
      • Functional
      • Good Quality
      • Well built

      Cons

      • Can Cause Shell Pressure

      Best Uses

      • Drum Hoops

      Comments about Musician's Gear Drum Microphone Mount Kit:

      Well built, easy to use, great deal for the money!

       
      4.0

      Good Drum Clips

      By Ryan Miner

      from Virginia

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      Comments about Musician's Gear Drum Microphone Mount Kit:

      These are pretty decent clips. I have been looking for some metal drum mic clips for my samson drum mics that bands at my music venue and my sound tech keep breaking due to over tightening. These have held up well for 2 months. One was a little bent when it arrived, but with some muscle it can be bent back in place, so I didn't worry about it. They are still working good and have already lasted longer than the plastic junk Samson makes.

       
      2.0

      Musician`s Gear Drum Microphone Mounts

      By Matt H.

      from Visalia Ca.

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      Comments about Musician's Gear Drum Microphone Mount Kit:

      The bass drum stand is welcome item but I went back to my CAD mounts for my floor toms and that`s ok I like the chrome but the clamps I got today don`t open far enough to fit my Tama Artwood snare rim. Judging from the way it would fit it appears the mic would be in the way. I like to tuck my snare mic just under my hats and poking out just a little.
      Cannot recommend them until the clamps are made to open wider and close more alligned instead of offset.
      Being small and black is good in this case but now I need new right angle mic cables.
      I had to put one of the clamps back together right out of the box. This will be the extra I`ll explain about below.
      Considering there is but one place I can mount them and that`s on the suspension rim itself crowding the rubber grommet and I only need three of these tom mounts I have an extra I won`t use because the clamp doesn`t open wide enough to fit the tuning rim`s of a 80`s Tama Royalstar kit.

      (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Great Product

      By Diablo from the coal mines

      from Scranton, PA

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      Comments about Musician's Gear Drum Microphone Mount Kit:

      I've had these mounts for over 5 months now and I recorded over 10 songs with them. When I read previous reviews I was worried if they were going to be too intrusive or of poor quality, but I had no trouble and these mounts attached extremely easily to my Pearl Export EX set. I really don't see how these could be intrusive to a player, only if you are trying to put a giant mic on it, or if your are a VERY inexperienced drummer.They gave me just what I wanted, and allow you to position the mic just where you want it.Definitely recommended.

       
      3.0

      Tom mounts are terrible

      By BabyBrink

      from GA

      Comments about Musician's Gear Drum Microphone Mount Kit:

      Well, today I received the item and quickly went to my drum set to mount the equipment. The bass drum mic stand is by far the best thing about this pack. It is well built and very sturdy. Not to mention its boom arm allows for many different maneuverability for the kick mic. Now let's get to the downside of this pack. The tom mounts are not cutting it on my kit. The one on my snare drum I had no problem with but I can't say the same for the toms. I have a Tama starclassic B/B performer and the tom mounts have one particular problem that really makes me angry. The bottom part of the tom mount (where it hooks the hoop of the drum) is too big. It is crammed in between the hoop and the shell, and puts way to much pressure on the shell. So much pressure, in fact, that it lowered the pitch of my toms considerably when I attached them. This is obviously not good for the drum.I would recommend the bass drum mic stand to anyone, but I would NOT recommend the tom mounts.

       
      2.0

      Not the best quality

      By Randy-3hfVs

      from Hawaii

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      Comments about Musician's Gear Drum Microphone Mount Kit:

      I bought this mainly to use some extra Shure mics that I have with a Shure Drim Mic Kit that came with mounts. These mounts are poor quality and is of no comparison to the Shure mounting system. The kick boom stand is fine but the other mounts are not. One of the mounts broke the first time I used it. Unless you have no other choice, I would suggest getting something else.

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