FS: Sennheiser MD408 vintage mic with xlr adapter $200+ship

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FS: Sennheiser MD408 vintage mic with xlr adapter $200+ship

Post by vsr600 » Fri May 15, 2009 6:06 am

Great shape for it's age, it comes with a stand adapter and small tuchel to xlr adapter.
I'd like to get $200 for it + $20 for shipping/packing/insurance through PakMail.
Thanks.
edit: the $20 shipping is for continental US only. Anywhere else I'll have to get a quote for you. Thanks.
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Post by djimbe » Fri May 15, 2009 6:45 pm

Do not be decieved by the look of this microphone, friends. I have the "regular" (i.e. shaped roughly like an SM57) version of this mic and it is the absolute bomb for toms and guitar cabs. Get it close and enjoy lovely proximity bump. Takes a beating and takes lots of SPL. One of my favorites from Sennheiser.

This is a VERY attractive price on a super useful mic.


Just sayin'...
I thought this club was for musicians. Who let the drummer in here??

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Post by vsr600 » Sat May 16, 2009 6:27 am

yea I love this mic. If I still had the space to record loud guitars I would be keeping it for sure. Also I found it works great on wooden percussion (clave's, kajon, wooden shakers, etc...).

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Post by ev676 » Sun May 17, 2009 6:45 pm

You are the 1st person I've seen that also has that microphone. I have two, one in the original box. I got them from a friend of mine 30 years ago, they were used as podium mics in a corporate boardroom. Good luck on the sale.

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Post by vsr600 » Tue May 19, 2009 5:11 pm

by the way, the blue tape around the base isn't covering any damage. It's just there to distinguish this mic from another one I had just like it that sounded a little darker.

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Post by vsr600 » Sun Jun 07, 2009 8:09 am

bump.
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