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What is your favorite mic?

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Jan 23, 2009 9:44 AM GMT
My Favorite mic are

Shaker Retro Rockett
Shure 545s(pistol grip)

And I have some mics.

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Jan 23, 2009 10:58 AM GMT
Kingley Replied:

My favourite is the Astatic T3

Jan 23, 2009 1:00 PM GMT
Brutus Maximus Replied:

* '60s-era JT-30 Shell ($5 from the junk bin at a resale shop--no element, and the grille was held on with flathead wood screws)
* White-Label CR element from a beat-up Shure Hercules trucker's mic ($5 from an electronics surplus store)
* 5-meg linear-sweep pot & knob ($1 from the same electronics surplus store)
* Groovy blue metallic fabric for a grille cloth ($1 at a fabric shop)
* Solid-core wire, shrink wrap, and connectors from my collection of electronic bits and pieces.
* Screw-on quarter-inch adaptor ($14 from the now-defunct Kevin's Harps)

Put it all together, and it adds up to a kick-ass rat mic that sounds as good as any custom mics I've ever heard. Plus I get the satisfaction of having hunted down the components and put it together myself.

I've built several Turner 454 chops that sound good, and I also have an old Kevin's Harps Crystal Balls JT-30. They all sound good (especially the Crystal Balls), but my rat mic is the best sounding of the lot by far.

Jan 23, 2009 1:10 PM GMT
Shawn R Replied:

My Favorite Mic (at this moment) is an EV 634a. I got it for free from someone at Church who was going to toss it! It's always better when it's free.

Jan 23, 2009 4:44 PM GMT
OrthodoxBlues Replied:

Brutus, that mic sounds very cool.

I'm just getting my amplified harp setup together, but my favorite mic so far is my Shure SM-59 (covered in another thread here). I have a couple of older and hotter mics, but I haven't yet got them to work the way I want ... I'll keep trying.

Jan 23, 2009 7:02 PM GMT
Civet Cat Replied:

Shure SM 57 JR by greg hueman

Jan 24, 2009 2:33 AM GMT
Deacon Blues Replied:

I have two favorite mic's. They are both custom, and were built buy Chuck Gurney of Flat Bottom Harp Mics. ( They both have "blackie" controlled reluctance elements. One is in a Shure Brothers 520SL Green Bullet shell. The other mic is housed in a Brown Bullet shell from the 40's. The black CR in this shell is dated 1949. The brown Bullet shell is slightly smaller in diameter than the Green Bullet. (I really like the smaller size). Both of these mics will make my Sonny Jr. Cruncher kick like a Tennessee mule. Chuck Gurney is the Premier CR man on the Planet. I highly recommend him. With these mics, I hear harmonica nuances I've never heard from any other mic.

Jan 24, 2009 5:18 PM GMT
Pat P Replied:

Custom wood mic by Greg at "BlowsMeAway". Shure CM.

Jan 24, 2009 7:09 PM GMT
Fugazzi Replied:

Shure was my first mic...I tried several others and came back to it. It has a great bottom end, smooth tone, and can get nasty when pushed. Just like a good woman.

Jan 24, 2009 7:31 PM GMT
Oisin Replied:

Argonne crystal stick mic...10 off ebay.


Jan 25, 2009 12:34 AM GMT
Zhin Replied:

Shure Beta 57a

Before that I was using an SM57 which I still have just in case. ;)

Jan 25, 2009 1:03 AM GMT
Bluesie Replied:

Astatic JT-30 Shure CM element. Sold to me by Jeffrey of Cumberland Cases. Neet loking mic. Sounds real fat too. I play mostly acoustic (!!!???) in front of a standing mic but, for the rest, I use the JT-30. Don't need more. When I find what I like I stick with it.

Jan 29, 2009 2:13 AM GMT
Randy S Replied:

Audio Technica pro 6. I bought it used and cant find any info on the net about it. looks like a 57 but way dirtier. I want to get Greg Humann to do a chop job on it. Need to fire up some ducats first. Also, a cheap calrad dm-9. Screams and is a small mic.

Jan 29, 2009 7:30 PM GMT
AirMojo (Ken H) Replied:

Geez, I like them all, kind of like your children, they're all different in certain ways... but most favorite..

My JT30 with MC-151 crystal element.
My Sonny JR custom Turner with CR element.

You like your Shaker Retro Rocket ? I like mine too, especially with the AirMojoFied tube extension on it. There's a photo of it my photo album here. Its a plastic tube made from a big Prescription bottle, both ends cut, the bottom fits nice and tight on the Retro Rocket (the tube is actually tapered from the original opening to the bottom). Cool sound !

I also like my Shaker Madcat... its way different than the others, which is why I like it!

Jan 29, 2009 7:42 PM GMT
Shawn R Replied:

Sorry Guys,
The EV I mentioned is a 635a. Just a Typo. Cool Mic known as the "Buchanan Hammer". LOz, but I use a Preamp anyway (Beherenger Mic100). It's all subjective anyways! I love my 545 / SM57 / Biscuit / Green Bullet / 585 / Commando---best on any given day!

Feb 10, 2009 12:08 AM GMT
Madcat Replied:

My favorite mic is the Shaker/Madcat mic
I get great results with it

Feb 10, 2009 2:28 AM GMT
joe k Replied:

Vintage Shure Commander 415.

Feb 10, 2009 4:26 AM GMT
Hammik Replied:

My friends grandfather left him a Shure 533 that I am trying to convince him to let me "borrow." Other than that all I have experience with is hooking up a rock band mic to my comp.

Feb 15, 2009 8:00 PM GMT
John P Replied:

Electro Voice RE 15 / Shure 545 Ultimate / Audix Fireball / Which one I prefer depends on the particular application, but these are my absolute favorite harmonica microphones, and I need no others.

Feb 17, 2009 9:53 PM GMT
Maciek D Replied:

My mic is an Astatic 10C. It's a ceramic mic from 1963. Fat tone it has. But now I was given a Polish build harmonica mic to test and I must say, that it's a really nice one. It's called the Black Edge Junior and it's about 3 times cheaper than a new Blues Blaster here in Poland. Shure like, agressive tone. It's very light and easy to hold, but likes to feedback (plastick housing). So in comparison, I like my Astatic better, but Black Edge is also a good one -

Feb 17, 2009 11:04 PM GMT
John P Replied:

You know, now that i think about it, just about ANY Electro Voice mic sounds pretty good for harmonica. Hard to go wrong with an EV.

Feb 18, 2009 12:06 AM GMT
Will Vogtman Replied:

I've experimented wuth a bunch . . .

But I really like my

Sennheiser e604

Through a wireless system .

AKG plug in module. UHF.

Feb 18, 2009 7:51 AM GMT
Branislav B Replied:

These are my mics. It's hard to which one is favorite 'cause each one has it's own sound.

EV 605 is original and isn't as fat as others but has wider freq spectrum. Hand efects are very pronounced with EV 605.

EV 630 had low impedance element so I paired element witn impedance matching transformer from EV 664, removed base with switch, painted in black reap partand installed screw-on connector.The fullest and fattest (but not the dirtiest)sounding mic of 4.

Argonne 54 (green one) was all original and fully working when I bought it. With it's ceramic elementplaced deep inside the shell it sound wonderfulbut was very prone to feedback. I replaced ceramic element (I stiil own it) with Shure dynamic low Z element (250 Ohm) and addShure impedance matching transformer to boost impedance to approx 3k. Screw-on connector is added to base. Cleanset sounding of the 4 but can seriously bite when pushed.

Turner 22x - my pride and joy. I removed upper fin and smoothed edges on lower fin. Althougha liitle heavy, due to shape of shell andmodifications of the fins it is very comfortable to hold and make tight cup. Broken ceramic element is replaced with Shure CM.On/Off switch on the baseworks.If i want dirty sound that's the one Ipickup.

Feb 18, 2009 9:33 AM GMT
Zhin Replied:

I changed my mind. I prefer the SM57 now. :p

Feb 18, 2009 9:48 PM GMT
Zack P Replied:

Zhin! No way!

Feb 20, 2009 7:58 AM GMT
Zhin Replied:

Yes way. :) The Beta 57a when cupped is quite a bright mic. Only works well with certain amps that are not voiced effectively for harp (my Epiphone Valve Special).

With the SM57 I'm getting quite a lot of tone to play with on the HG Rock Bottom. As you noticed, I'm not too sentimental about what's "my" mic. What's more important is what really works and going with it without looking back.

The Beta 57a is quite happy as my recording/acoustic/vocal mic though. :)

Feb 20, 2009 8:01 AM GMT
Zhin Replied:

or maybe I AM being sentimental... the SM57 was my first real mic. :D besides I know how to get a tight cup with it!

Feb 20, 2009 9:07 AM GMT
FatJim Replied:

I think the sm57 is the most versatile mic ever designed. Not the best, but definately the most flexible. A real jack-of all-trades. It's equally as good for vocals (identical element to a 58) as it is for close miking amps, drums and acoustic instrument.

Zack - don't forget the 57 is essentially the same as the 545 that Butterfield used, the only differences are that the 545 has a built in transformer and has an all copper voice-coil. Stick a low-z to high-z transformer on a 57 and it sings as a harp mic!

Feb 20, 2009 10:03 AM GMT
Zhin Replied:

Oh Zack knows trust me. lol

It's just that I told him before I'm not using the SM57 anymore. haha

But... everything changes when you put a new amp into the equation. :D

Feb 20, 2009 4:02 PM GMT
John P Replied:

Frequency response of Shure 545 and SM 58 is 50hz-15000hz. Frequency response of Shure SM 57 is 40hz-15000hz.

Personally, I prefer the 545 for harmonica, although the 57 and 58 are probably better all around mics.

Feb 23, 2009 4:50 PM GMT
snakeman r Replied:

my favorite mic is one i built myselfjt30 shell with a 99a86 shure cm element ,my second is anjt30 with a 99a86 black cr element its the one in my pics that my son just painted ,i think the shure has great bottom and i have been useing jt30's for about 30 years and am very comfortable with these mics and of course i am old school when it comes to mics,no volume controll

Feb 27, 2009 5:25 PM GMT
OrthodoxBlues Replied:

Like Zhin below, I'm changing my mind. My Shure SM-59 is probably a better all-around mic for various styles, but my favorite, now that I can tackle feedback, is my '62 Shure Green Bullet, a lo-z model that was hotrodded to hi-z by Steve Warner. It has that Chicago sound, but is cleaner than I expected.

Feb 27, 2009 10:25 PM GMT
danny2point0 Replied:

I like the sm57 but i picked up a green bullet 520sl last night in mint condition. Is there any mods i should perform.

Feb 28, 2009 1:10 AM GMT
Joe L Replied:

A Shure 520DX

Mar 04, 2009 4:32 AM GMT
Kiwi Harper Replied:

I have a couple of sonotone CM-10 ceramic mics from the 60's, they are also sold as Voice of music mic's, the link below shows them and gives good info. 2nd one only cost $10 USD of ebay this week, the first was $20 boxed with its original stand. They are indestructable but benifit from a 1/4 jack plug in the base rather than the short flex they come with. Bargain for the price, sound good through my moded Champ.

Mar 04, 2009 1:41 PM GMT
Zhin Replied:

Hey Drew, ain't that life though? We strive to perfect our craft and constantly learn. Changing mics to find that balance is part of the process. Sometimes going back to things we thought we wouldn't want anymore. This is why I try not to sell most of my gear.

I'm happy with my SM57 now but I'm not pleased with the Blues Blaster I own. I'm getting a NOS CM to fix that though. Lets see if that becomes my favorite mic once it's ready. ;)

Mar 14, 2009 3:30 PM GMT
Boris Plotnikov Replied:

SM57 and Fireball. First have great bottom, the second is more mellow in highs and mids. Tryed blues blaster, use green bullet for a lon time, even try custom astatic, all don't fit my style. Shure beta 57 and Audix OM9 are great too, but closer to Fireball in tone. 57 have great feature of proximity effect.

Mar 17, 2009 12:40 PM GMT
Chris C Replied:

My fav is this Stearn's Sound System Dynamike (Australian dynamic mic cira 1945) Its a bit heavy and takes a bit of maintenance but when all is going well it sounds great. A work of art really. Often I use another mic from the 60's an Italian thing called a Gelosom 68 DynamicCardioide. I have been lucky at secondhand shops. I doalso really likemy Shaker Madcat but wish it had a better bass response.

Mar 19, 2009 6:00 AM GMT
Chris C Replied:

Hey Kiwi Harper. I like the look of the sonotone CM-10. Like my Geloso it looks like something Tom Jones would sing into.

Mar 19, 2009 9:08 AM GMT
luke j Replied:

I've got a CM-10 to which has been chopped slightly and a 1/4' jack installed. They used todemonstrate their ruggedness and indestructability in the 60's by placing them in a tank of water and then takingit out and using ith to hammer in a nails!!!!! I broke the element in mine within a fortnight!!!! I got a replacement cm-10 element from 'harpmicshop' and now I love it. Love those ceramic elements. The cm-10 is easy to cup and responds well to my inferior cupping technique.

Mar 19, 2009 11:33 AM GMT
arnenym Replied:

Right now i go from ceramic 127 to dynamics. And i really begin to fall in love withthe545 from Ultimate.

Mar 19, 2009 3:59 PM GMT
BlowsMeAwy Greg Replied:

My favorite? Kingwood bullet, custom grill, stealth volume control - black label CR - by BlowsMeAway Productions. Tone to die for, extreme comfort to use, beautiful to look at.

Kingwood bullet, custom grill, stealth volume control - black label CR

Mar 19, 2009 8:53 PM GMT
HARPMAN Replied:


It is beautiful wood mic.

Apr 11, 2009 5:04 AM GMT
Jay G Replied:

Electrovoice RE-10

Apr 12, 2009 11:37 PM GMT
Zack P Replied:

SM57. No better Mic out there...

down there lol

Apr 13, 2009 1:33 PM GMT
BluEyes Replied:

I have myself a new amazinly beautiful mic. That I ordered from a great place and a great guy.

Greg worked with me and he came up with something wonderful. I was using the mic last night and it fits right in my hand and my wife who was in the other room notice right away it sounded great.

Thank you Greg. This is my fav harp.

Apr 13, 2009 3:19 PM GMT
Zack P Replied:

So tell us about it...:)

Apr 14, 2009 12:57 AM GMT
BluEyes Replied:

Zack P my man. Glad you asked.

First I was using a ball wand Samson I bought for around $20. I was told to go cheap that it wont matter......

it did...

after a few times going on stage at an open mic bar (they only had wand mic's) which had real good mics. I dediced to ask. I got in touch with a great guy (Greg) at Blowsmeaway .

Its a light woodteak(whic happens to be myfavoritewood) Im not that good atdescribingthings . Just check out the site and trust me yourtongwill drop. You will be a kid in a candy store. I juststoppedpracticing and I tell you this mic is great... its lights and after a while i forget its in my hand... with the ball wand my hands started to get tired.. i alsonoticewith the wood harp I was able to move it and play with it, adjust my technic. its a lot of fun.

I can say with out adoubtI will be buying other mic's from Blowsmeaway.

so Wednesday is open mic night, the question is will i bring it or not.... I don't want anyone touching it. I don't want anyonesteppingon the cable..... hands and feet off ... This is Florida.... we are allowed to shoot people here.......

abner (Blueyes, don't go stepping on my Blowsmeaway cable)

Apr 17, 2009 12:09 AM GMT
BlowsMeAwy Greg Replied:

Hey, Abner

I'm thrilled you like your mic. For the record, I supply our weekly jam with amp and one of my mics. It has been dropped, stepped on, and subjected to all kinds of abuse and it has held up really well. Charlie Musselwhite gigs many, many shows a year with his wood mic from me - and it holding up very well. And I must confess, I've managed to trip over my own cable when my mic is in a holder, and I've pulled it from waist height or higher onto CONCRETE - twice. No damage. I'm not suggesting you use it as a weapon instead of the gun, but don't worry about it. Use it! Enjoy it! It will be OK.



Apr 18, 2009 11:29 PM GMT
BluEyes Replied:

Sunday will be my first time using it in a jam practice at my house....

only players worse than me are invited.

May 12, 2009 8:53 AM GMT
Bart L Replied:

For overdrive sound I use mostly Electro-Voice Re10 necessary with volume control from BlowsMeAway !! Great Lows, Mids and Highs, very hot also!

In studio I prefer Shure 707A (from 1948)

For clean sound I use Shure SM58.

May 12, 2009 10:25 PM GMT
Rafa Replied:

I bought and old astatic UT-48 and got a vintage ceramic capsule on it, really good tone at least IMO, there's not much to get here in Chile, that astatic was hard to get!

May 13, 2009 4:57 PM GMT
Barbeque Bob M Replied:

I think that's the predecessor of the JT30.

May 14, 2009 3:46 PM GMT
Rafa Replied:

Yeah, according to what I've read, it's one of the first bullet-type mic there was

May 14, 2009 4:37 PM GMT
J.K. T Replied:

I have used a variety of mikes over the years looking for that elusive tone. Fingers Taylor gave me an Astatic JT 30 in 1982. It went all over the world and from coast to coast with me. I must have replaced that crystal element a dozen times. In a pinch I bought a Hohner Blues Blaster & used it about 3 years before buying a Mexican Green Bullet. I thought that was the chit. Then my friend Brian Purdy (Harpgear amps) let me use a JT 30 that Jeff Spoor (Cumberland Harp Cases)customized. OMG, what a difference with a CM Shure element. That tone. I had Jeff custom paint (powder coat)and add a volume control & a 1963 Shure controlled magnetic element. Jeff's attention to detail & superior communication is impeccable. My first gig was a blues extravanza in a old art deco theater. I had a chance to sit in with Bobby Rush. Between my retubed Bassman & my customized JT 30 I set a new standard in Alabama. All of the usual suspects that I play with immediately noticed the change. Last week I did a small gig at a church & themusic director wanted to hire me on the spot. WOW...It's all in the tone, I tried to tell him. So, Jeff Spoor is the man for a custom harps with vintage element. My old JT 30 is now the new Hot Rod on the blues scene in Alabama. The Blues Blaster & Green Bullet sound so thin & tinny now. I gave both away to my best students. So a JT 30 customized by Jeff Spoor gets my vote.

Jun 16, 2009 11:41 PM GMT
Guy D Replied:

Greg Heumann wood mic. Great tone, light and comfortable, easy to hold, gorgeous. Did I say great tone?

Jun 25, 2009 4:51 AM GMT
Ricardo Replied:

A 70's Calrad DM9 clone for amped (as shown in profile photo) and Shure Sm 57 for acoustic playing.

Jul 03, 2009 9:28 AM GMT
Reed Triller Replied:

Perhaps this may be off topic but one thing I have noticed is that compared to many instruments, the gear needed for Harp playing is so affordable.

Knowing how expensive gear is for guitar I was surprised to see how cheap the mics mentioned here are. That`s good to know for when I go electric.

I also just found a Hohner Bullet on Craigslist for $30 bucks.

Jul 03, 2009 10:28 AM GMT
Chris C Replied:

Perhaps, but I've spent more on Harps over the years than my Sax,Keys, vocal mics and guitar put together.A slight exagguration but close. Lucky I dont go through harps anywhere as much now.

Jul 03, 2009 12:58 PM GMT
- - Replied:

Bluesblaster which is a JT30 retrofitted with a shure 99b86 element from Ron Sunshine and gasket from Jeff Spoor Harp mic gaskets in Indy.

Jul 03, 2009 5:25 PM GMT
walterharp Replied:

My favorite is one that has a large crowd listening to the output :-)

Jul 27, 2009 8:59 AM GMT
Reed Triller Replied:

Will be getting both an Executone EXCC and SM58 this week.

Not necessarily ready to be amped yet but i`m getting such a good deal on them I can`t not buy them.

Jul 27, 2009 1:52 PM GMT
jon s Replied:

so far my mic. 1940's brown bullet (small shell) with black cr element.

Jul 27, 2009 3:21 PM GMT
HARPMAN Replied:

It is my mic collection.


Jul 27, 2009 3:34 PM GMT
jon s Replied:

dam you got alot of mics.

Jul 27, 2009 10:12 PM GMT
HARPMAN Replied:


Next is JT-30.

Jul 30, 2009 3:00 AM GMT
Lester S Replied:

I use a realistic lapel mic from Radio shack,I get a good tone, and its light and comfortable in my fingers. The one problem is lower volume, but if the band stays down it's good. I find the bullet type mics cumbersome and arthristis-inducing.

Jul 30, 2009 1:48 PM GMT
Kingley Replied:

My favourite mic has recently changed as I have given up playing through bullet mics. My current favourites are either a Shure 545SD or an Ev RE10.

Sep 11, 2009 4:55 AM GMT
Chris C Replied:

Lester, I used mics like the one you mentioned for years busking. They were frankly great. And if they broke they did not cost a fortune to replace. I still use one in one of my rack setups. The only thing they miss in the end is a decent bass reponse. My SSS Dynamike as pictured is now my pride and joy.

Sep 12, 2009 2:25 PM GMT
Jawbone K Replied:

i can't narrow it to one mic. but maybe 3:

3) shure 707a with 99b86 cm

2) ruskin custom bullet- built in a tail light bezel with shure crystal and vc, lightweight, chromed and great sound, if a bit short on the bass end (still really great for chromatic playing)

1) latest acqisistion, a e-v m43u military issue mic, greg modded it to high-z, added a vc and a screw on connector for me. small, not real heavy, everything in one little package, tone great, sounds excellent through a tube amp modded for harp.

i used to use a shure 520 from the 70's, when they were putting 998a86 elements in them still. it was hot!!!

there are a lot of mics i have yet to try but for now i am totally happy with what i've got.

Sep 30, 2009 9:11 PM GMT
Ana R Replied:

Till recently I had only one mic, Shure 520DX and obviously that was my only one and my favorite one:(

But than SNAKEMAN made me a mic and now I can't imagine playing on any other mic.

It's JT 30 shell and shure 99G86 element and I love it!!!

Oct 01, 2009 2:00 AM GMT
J Replied:

all though I'm still not realy ready to "perform" never mind Amped. I took a crack at making my own. It's made from a polished stainless steel shaker that had celontro in it. I used the guts of a no name Mic from a surplus electrical suply place, it had no cord. Anyway I put a 1/4 jack in the bottom and use a 6Ft. guitar cord, and I have an on/off/volume control on the side.Soldered good connections andused some Yankee Ingenuity for the gasket (Electrical tape and a tight seal on the screen and cover.)by the way stainless is a pain to drill, but thankfuly in the trade I work I have access to all sorts of tools, welders and torches...

Nov 20, 2009 4:35 AM GMT
jon s Replied:

i also got a sm57. i like it alot. i plan on sending it out to be converted to a ultimate57 like jasons one of these days.

Nov 20, 2009 5:07 PM GMT
ron a Replied:

cutdown samson r21 mic with the ball flattened to within 1/4 inch of the element. The xlr is epoxied back into the remaining body. No feedback, good tone, nice and loud...dirt cheap.

Jan 14, 2010 5:12 PM GMT
skullShaker Replied:

I took a CB mic used the insides put it in a 1 1/4 PVC 1/4 jack 10 K pot ( that come out of a Skull at the end of the PVC )panted Black, Looks coolI used it last night at a Jam it was a blast to play with. I have a 520 GB too too much feed back with it.

Jan 15, 2010 3:06 PM GMT
Andrew T Replied:

I don't know. I'm in the market for a new mic. I would prefer something "cleaner." My Green Bullet isn't really living up to the hype. I'm looking for something in a cleaner sounding stick mic or SM57 set up for harp or something...

Jan 16, 2010 2:22 AM GMT
OrthodoxBlues Replied:

I've purchased some vintage mics in recent weeks. Some are being rewired now, so I haven't done a full-on comparison. I think the new champion will be a 60's Shure 707A crystal mic, which has a working original crystal element in it.

Jan 17, 2010 7:23 PM GMT
BluEyes Replied:

This is another cool thing from the past. I still love my mic, its about the only one I use. at open mic im still learning how to work the sound and its great fun. Im the only one with a perfect mic.

abner (BluEyes, Craps my wife wants me to clean the room )

Apr 13, 2009 9:33 AM

I have myself a new amazinly beautiful mic. That I ordered from a great place and a great guy.

Greg worked with me and he came up with something wonderful. I was using the mic last night and it fits right in my hand and my wife who was in the other room notice right away it sounded great.

Thank you Greg. This is my fav harp.

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