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Gravity MS 3122 HDB Microphone Stand

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Microphone Stand

  • Short tripod microphone stand with soft-touch surface
  • Telescopic boom with clamping lever
  • Max. boom length: 880 mm
  • Heavy zinc die-cast base
  • Height: 320 mm
  • Powder-coated
  • Weight: 2.8 kg
  • Includes Black colour-coding rings
Color Black
Foot Tripod
length of the boom 880 mm
Max. height - min.height 320 mm
Verstelbare Hengel 1
Item number 395760
36 €
Including VAT; Excluding 20 € shipping
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Great features for a low mic stand
DrCheese 10.09.2021
I use this for its expected application of miking kick drums but also for Foley and sound effects recording when a low height is needed. I have also used it as a table mic stand!

There is a lot that I like about this stand - the base is very heavy but this helps a lot with stability which is important as the boom arm is capable of reaching out quite far. The legs are also quite short and this helps with placement in awkward places. The main boom arm adjustment is opened and closed using a clip rather than a screw; I find this a quicker solution and it remains secure. The other screw-adjustable points on the stand use soft rubber wheels which are extremely comfortable when turning. Their screws tighten in a nicely damped fashion but they also feel totally secure.

The three feet feature funky lime green rubber rings which Gravity tell us are so that the legs are visible on stage so we don't trip over them - you can swap these with included black rings if you prefer something less conspicuous.

Cable clips are includes on both the boom arm and on one of the base legs.

A highly recommended choice for a versatile low mic stand.
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An excellent, very sturdy stand
Alex Dascal 09.01.2020
I am using this stand for miking under the snare drum. The construction is very solid, the base is very heavy which helps keep it well in place. Overall I am very satisfied with my purchase and I highly recommend using this stand for a series of applications that require a low height -- miking under a snare, miking a bass drum, a small cabinet, etc.
I have been using it for a couple of months now and I have not had any issues with it. Most of all -- because of it weight, it held it's position very well when moving other stands around and tripping over this one.
Pros:
- Very sturdy
- Very good build quality
- Rubberized screw-nuts make it very easily adjustible
- The boom arm is extendable
Cons:
- None
Warning:
- The tripod can be a problem when used in tight spaces (under the snare there can be a lot of stuff you need to take into account -- double bass pedal/axis, hi-hat stand legs, cymbal stand legs, etc)
- If you have a lot of clutter where you need to place the stand -- you might want to consider a stand with a circular base -- Gravity has a short model of the sorts
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Heavy smallness
Tamas.V. 15.10.2020
It really is a tiny stand but more heavy than my normal sized B series Gravity stands.
The stand is flexible enough for any kickdrum micings and guitar/bass cabs - that's what it's designed for so no surprises here.
The most extreme thing I used it was vocals because I had no more stands with me. Was using the Rode NT1A which is little more than 1kg with it's heavy mount... The stand was extended to full lenght and on a chair and could manage it just fine. SM7B is another larger mics I have and it's not a problem with the stand either.
I have 2 of these for Kick IN + Snare BOT mics and can suggest you to get these if you record drums because making the setup so much faster and practical!
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Very good
marich 19.10.2021
Very well built even for heavy kick mics like beta 52a
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