Discussion in 'Audio Help & Tips' started by MC Concise, Jan 17, 2004.
iono, it looks ill but thats expensive...
^^yeah.. for a mic stand, thats pretty pricey.. i would just keep my 20$ mic stand... i rather use 95$, to save up for other things...
but my studio, more and more, is turning into a nice studio
we have files, new desks, everythings arranged, posters, business cards, sample CDs and everything, and ill do a lot for that professional look
i can gain the money back for that in 1 session of recording so sall good
im thinkin bout it, but im also thinkin bout another upgrade and gettin ridda the voicemaster and upgradin
The ones at Full compass are under 70 at most
then find me one, that site is damn hard to navigate
page 256. i guess you can't order online, you have to call them.
^^dope.. im getting that next paycheck
Yea, in the last catalog Full Compass mailed out, they were 59.95
its so beautiful...lmao
............my guitar center has them laying around in plain view, jeez some of you dont get out very much
and there are a bunch of idiots in this thread......
the one I own is made by on-stage stands and is very adjustable in that I can flex and bend it up down sideway etc etc, i brought it in 2 pieces one is the stand the other is the boom, and it isnt a desktop one either...
uhmmm that sounds like a regular old stand to me...were talking about different kind of stands...like broadcast stands
yes Guitar Center has the broadcast in plain view is what I was refering to
Then I just went on about the stand i brought which is actually similar to the one on 255 in the catalog
lol...nobody gets what anybody else is saying around here.
i didnt even know these exsisted
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