1 x AKG C414 B-XLS

The new AKG C 414 B-XLS Condenser Microphone has undergone numerous refinements to reach its current version. The AKG C 414 has been a studio workhorse for many years. It now has a vastly improved capsule shockmount and switching. 1" diaphragm. 5 switchable polar patterns: omnidirectional, wide cardioid, cardioid, hypercardioid, and figure 8. 2-color LEDs indicate polar pattern and output overload. 3 switchable bass cut filters and 3 pre-attenuation pads with LEDs for quick reference. 20Hz to 20kHz frequency range. Signal to noise ratio of 88dB, A-weighted. Ideal for accurate, beautifully detailed reproduction of any acoustic instrument.

1 x Marshall MXL Genesis

The MXL Genesis is a masterfully engineered tube microphone with features and performance levels found in mics priced thousands of dollars more. From intimate vocal recordings to fast-attacking rap, the Genesis cuts beautifully through the mix with spectacular detail. Recording professionals and musicians are praising the Genesis for its clean highs, warm mids, and tight bottom-end, features attributed in part to the genuine Mullard 12AT7 tube.


1 x Electro-Voice RE20

The bass-boosting proximity effect common to most directional microphones when used close to the sound source, is eliminated in the RE20. This is accomplished via the application of the EV-exclusive Variable-D technology. By controlling the effect of microphone proximity, the RE20 can be located very close to sound sources without a loss in clarity or definition making the RE20 ideal for tight vocals and challenging instruments. It can be used inside bass drums, on acoustic guitars, and is found in voice booths and broadcasting studios everywhere.

1 x Sennheiser MD421

The Sennheiser MD421 MKII U4 Mic is one of the best-known mics in the world. Walk into any drum booth in any major studio and you'll most likely see MD 421s on the toms. Talk to just about any seasoned FOH or recording engineer about their drum miking preferences for toms and percussion and the name MD 421 will invariably come up. Its excellent sound qualities also enable it to cope with the most diverse recording conditions and broadcast applications. The 5-position bass control enhances its all-round qualities. With very effective feedback rejection and a highly directional cardioid pickup pattern, placement is a cinch. Rugged construction.


1 x Shure KSM27

The Shure KSM27 Studio Microphone is a side-address condenser mic with a cardioid polar pattern. Designed for studio use, yet rugged enough for live applications, the KSM27 has an externally biased, 1" ultrathin, gold-layered, low mass Mylar diaphragm to provide superior transient response. An extremely low self-noise level and selectable frequency response deliver superb recording fidelity no matter what the source. Requires phantom power.

1 x AKG D112

On stage or in the studio the AKG D 112 Kick Drum Mic is the microphone to use to clean up the dirty low down. Stays free of distortion even at high sound pressure levels. Solid and powerful response below 100Hz. Very low diaphragm resonance, relatively narrow-band rising high-frequency response at 4kHz, and extremely robust construction are other outstanding features. Also works great for bass cabs, trombone, and other low-frequency instruments.


2 x Electro-Voice Blue Cardinal

The Electro-Voice Blue Cardinal is a pressure-gradient cardioid condenser microphone that's perfect for vocals or instruments, live or in the studio. The unique double swivel-mounted design allows ideal positioning while the Class-A, discrete ultralow-noise circuitry delivers immaculate reproduction regardless of the source. Requires phantom power.

3 x Sennheiser e604

The response and cardioid pattern of the Sennheiser e604 Drum Microphone is optimized for use on drum sets, while also producing exceptional results on brass and woodwinds. Sennheiser e604 mics handle very high SPLs, with clear, balanced, low-distortion signals similar to high-end studio condenser mics. Lightweight voice coils provide extended high frequency and rapid transient response. Tough reinforced fiberglass bodies take knocks and shocks and suppress impact noise.


1 x Marshall MXL V900

The MXL V900 is a large diaphragm condenser microphone that is as comfortable to use and as effective on stage as it is in the studio. The heavy duty custom grille assembly has been carefully tuned to optimize the V900 microphone's premium condenser element. Internally shock mounted, the MXL V900 mic has a unique stand mounting design that isolates vibration and reduces handling noise. The V900 is a Class A microphone designed to exhibit a wide dynamic range and a low noise floor.

1 x Audix I-5

The cardioid pattern Audix I-5 Instrument Microphone is a dynamic mic with a smooth, uniform frequency response of 50Hz-16kHz with SPL handling of 140dB. It's versatile enough to handle a wide variety of applications and music genres. Features a durable cast zinc alloy body, dent-resistant grille, and black E-coat finish.



2 x Shure SM57

One of the most popular professional instrument/vocal microphones of all time. This dynamic mic is a reliable, natural-sounding performer, night after night. Its durable, bulletproof design stands up to road travel and abuse. Perfectly at home in the studio too. Its wide frequency response (40Hz-15kHz) and tight cardioid polar pattern are ideal for close-in miking of speakers.

1 x Sennheiser e609

The Sennheiser e609 Silver Dynamic Guitar Mic makes getting killer electric guitar sounds in your project studio or onstage a cinch. Its laterally mounted capsule can get extremely close to the speaker while the supercardioid pattern provides isolation from other signals. The lightweight voice-coil construction and rigid dome diaphragm provide extended high-frequency performance and a long-wearing capsule assembly. Also suitable for miking drums, especially toms. 40Hz-18kHz frequency response.


1 x Marshall MXL R44

Incorporating a Figure-8 polar pattern and a 1.8-micron aluminum ribbon, the R44 offers breathtaking sound for vocal and instrument recordings and is an excellent microphone for broadcast applications. The R44 also performs brilliantly on acoustic instruments, strings, and horns and offers high SPL capability, outstanding side rejection and precise directivity.

1 Pair x Marshall MXL 550/551R

This all-in-one Recording Ensemble delivers outstanding performance for both vocals and instruments. Ideal for quality oriented but budget-mindful musicians, the MXL 550/551R includes the MXL 550, a robust vocal condenser microphone with exceptional clarity and tonal quality, as well as the MXL 551 instrument microphone with the dynamic range needed for acoustic guitars, drums, high-hat cymbals, pianos, percussion, stringed instruments and more.


1 x Astatic by Hohner JT30

The The JT30 Roadhouse Harmonica Microphone is an exclusive version of this Astatic by Hohner handheld mic with volume control. The JT30 Roadhouse Microphone produces that classic, dirty Chicago blues harp tone.

1 x Marshall MXL V93M

The V93M is a superior 1.06" condenser mic from Marshall. This limited edition offers a beautiful silver body and wired internally with top of the line Mogami cable. The V93 has a bass roll off switch &-10db pad. The Mic comes complete with a high isolation shock mount at no charge.

2 x Audix Fusion F15

The Audix Fusion F15 Mic captures the wide sound field and transients of cymbals. The condenser microphone adds dimension and realism with a 100Hz-20kHz frequency response and cardioid polar pattern. Die-cast zinc housing. Requires phantom power.

1 x Marshall MXL V250

The MXL V250 gives vocals the right mix of power and polish. This true pressure gradient condenser microphone delivers big, bold vocals with a presence that breaks through the rest of the tracks. And it has a detailed, articulate sound that makes subtle nuances shine.