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Sennheiser evolution 908Bew

jeremyjuicewah

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This is my beautiful clip on the bell sax mic. Its a condenser mic, it needs phantom power, and it is the WIRED version, NOT the wireless one. So, you clip the goose neck on the bell, it will bend and adjust to any angle and depth in the bell you want, the thin wire goes to the little capsule you clip on your belt or wherever, and from that the XLR goes to the mic input. Its still boxed, the box is in its sleeve, it has the little booklet and the guarantee (guess that will be worthless) but its only been in use for a total of about an hour. Its a fantastic, brilliant mic, as you would expect from Sennheiser, but it aint for rock and roll. So serious musicians (that bit should get em) take note. I cant remember what I paid, and I cant find this model on the net, they are all the wireless jobbies, so my price is the lowest price I will take to move it off my shelf onto yours.

£85-00 inc postage in EU and 5% to the charidee.
Payment by transfer to uk bank.
Go on, you know you want it.
Mike
Mike
 
Why do you say it's not for rock and roll? Not robust enough?
 
The wire. Too much around you, too hard to stand still, the goose neck can move a bit too. Its just inconvenient. Mind I am very clumsy, but on stage it was no good for me.
 
The wire. Too much around you, too hard to stand still, the goose neck can move a bit too. Its just inconvenient. Mind I am very clumsy, but on stage it was no good for me.
Nah.... wind the cable into your belt loops to avoid awkward pulls on it and I've always found a hard wired clip on's fine for bouncing about on stage- something I've done a lot of in my time...
 
I use a hard wired clip-on all the time now. My dancing days are over. Good price. Shame I don't need another.
 
Wouldn't say I dance. I saw a video of me a while ago and its a sort of jiggling I need a wee right now thing which I tried ever so hard to quell since it was so dopey. But I don't worry so much now, I just go with it. Looks like I may get another chance to try it since no one wants it. I use a shure on a stand now, get on with it better, I have to say. I may give it one more try through the belt loops and twice round the neck.
Cheers
Mike
 
Its such a bargain, in view of the couple of posts on here I'm going to give it another go and keep it. Ha! You had your chance guys. 5% paid anyway.
 
Donation received

Very generous

Thank you Mike :)

Jx
 

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