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Rabbie

WITHDRAWN- Remic mic
£350

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Hey guys,
Selling this beautiful microphone. It's fantastic and still in practically new condition: just mounted on the bass a few times but I'm happier using a pickup live and in the studio there are good condenser mics already. It's as great as they all say, check the reviews online.
£350 for the mic alone (over £600 new!!)
With an extra £100 you get an essential piece of the puzzle: a Radial stage bug SB-48UB, able to give you 48v Phantom and with the fabulous advantage of a jack output so you can use the Remic not only in studio but also live with any amp.
Bingo! Edited by Rabbie

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I'm easily confused Rabbie.

When they talk about Remic on Talkbass they tend to talk about the Red and the Green - which is this?

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Good point, this is the Red, meaning the one more suitable for studio and jazz/folk gigs. The alternative is the green on which dampens and darkens the sound but eliminates the chance of feedback; that is , as Remic puts it, for Metal gigs...(I never tried Metal, but maybe a loud Rockabilly band would go under the same category). Hope it helps.

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Not bumping as it’s already up the top, just a wee post to say that I looked at current prices so I’ve taken £50 off the Radial stage bug (RRP £150, still new mine £100). And I’ve taken £30 off the Remic For good measure too.

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