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Prodipe GL21 Lanen

Clip on Condenser Microphone

  • For recording of acoustic guitar and ukulele
  • Polar pattern: cardioid
  • Sensitivity: -47 dB (+/- 3dB)
  • Max. SPL: 140 dB
  • Frequency range: 50 - 20,000 Hz
  • Requires 48 V phantom power
  • Contents of the delivery: microphone, connection cable with mini XLR connector, mini XLR to XLR adaptor, microphone clamp with protection fleece on the inside and wind shield

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Condenser Microphone Yes
Clip-On Microphone Yes
Incl. Clamp Yes
Stereo Pair No
Polar Pattern Cardioid

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Micro Prodipe GL21 lanen for acoustic guitar and ukul l

25.07.2016
I was looking for a microphone that I could use on 3 instruments: my guitar Little Martin LMX, my Charango Acha and my Dobro home made.
It was necessary that the system of fixing the microphone makes it possible to place it quickly and easily and of course without damaging the instrument. The two clips supplied with the GL21 respond perfectly to what I was expecting, and in seconds I can switch from one instrument to another.
The GL21 requires a 48v phantom power and plugs into an XRL adapter with a belt clip that can be used when standing. The length of cable between the microphone and the adapter is perfectly adapted. I am sorry however that the clip directs the cable between the adapter and the power supply or an amplification system equipped with phantom power down and not upwards. A user, on stage, will undoubtedly have an interest in securing this fitting with an adhesive tape, and this is only a minor defect.
As for the sound, the GL21 cell responds remarkably, regardless of the instrument (I tested it on the three instruments mentioned above, on a classic Yamaha, on an Epiphone Jumbo, and on a Taylor ) To what is expected of it. Bass, midrange, treble to zero, you get the sound of the instrument used, even on amps that are not specifically intended for acoustic instruments. And if you want feedback, you really have to go get it. With an "acoustic" amp, the GL21 leaves far behind him all the rosette or sticking mics that I could use.
In the end an excellent product that can be used at home, in the studio or on stage (with a few precautions) which, moreover, presents an interesting price quality ratio.
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Live recording of my Western guitar

22.12.2016
Hello everybody,
Since so far I have not found many reviews on the micro, I sometimes report a bit more about my First Impressions and put my motivation for the purchase dar.
For several years now, I have been using the active magnetic pickup M1 from LRBaggs to pick up my Western guitar (guitar builder Legend) and go live either via jack into my Marshall AS50R, which is then taken off or directly into a system. Since I have enough of the sound of the pickup and would like the guitar to be amplified as natural as possible, I used to be busy with microphones under live conditions. My amp has NEN XLR input with phantom power, so my idea was to use this channel also for the acceptance of the guitar. So far, I've used the mic input for singing solo numbers. In the microphone I have found that the attachment of the microphone to the guitar is usually a problem. After all, the micro must not interfere with playing. I move a lot and like to be on stage. Therefore, it must somehow be attached to the guitar. I just do not have a buck quasie motionless to face any micro membrane micro. Where here would be the problem with feedback. A big advantage of the magnetic pickup is in any case, that feedback no longer occurs. But this does not make up the complete sound spectrum of the guitar with all the play sounds, which is the "natural" Sound with Western guitars for me personally. So what affordable alternatives to pickups are:
- T-Bone Ovid: Not so great, because the attachment, which needs to be bought extra is quite bulky and not properly thought out. A friend of mine used the micro but he found it sound right,
- Diverse (affordable) drum microphones for the purpose: Blades determines super and are a good alternative to a? Special? Micro for acoustic guitar but just problematic when mounting. Firstly, I do not want to rummarteln and it may not be too difficult.
- Various (affordable) transducers: mounting and for live use with safety top. Corresponds, however, not to my ideas. In the end, this is somehow only a compromise between pickup and micro.
- Various micro and pickup combies for installation: Arbitrarily for me, because I wanted to leave the magnetic pickup in the guitar.
- All micros which would then come into question and certainly mega geil are (eg DPA 4099 or Schertler DYN-G-P48) then costs just simply 350 euros upwards. Live for the hobby / semiprofessional area in my opinion exaggerated. For recording, I then use anyway large diaphragm microphones.
- And then there was just this nice-looking little GL21 Lanen from the company? Propipe? For around 110 euros.
I had never heard of the (French) company. Google did not spit out anything useful. Back and forth, and then simply ordered it.
The first impression was: Ok, the thing is quite small (about 3 cm) looks in itself but worthy. However, the cable is quite thin and bonded with the Mirko, so it can be very difficult to break at breakage. At the other end is a mini-XLR connector, which is adapted to the XLR with the included connector. The adapter also looks great and has a stable clip for attaching to the belt or belt, etc. There are also two differently long holders for the micro, which are pinched into the sound hole. The brackets are made of metal and padded on the underside so that the lacquer does not take any damage. I think you extend the lifetime of the whole system considerably, if the adapter simply does not peel off the plug and the micro also easily clipped on the mount.
For me, the position as shown in the picture has turned out to be the best. From the top attached the micro does not disturb while playing, the sound is but then to bass heavy. At the position below, it sounded more balanced, with the basses again missing a little bit. The cable I fix on the back of the guitar with a strip (good) Gaffa as strain relief.
I am not a sound expert, so can only evaluate if it sounds good or not and something to say the handling itself. For me personally the micro sounds super balanced and makes the guitar good. In mics, my experience is the equation, the more expensive, the better the sound, as a rule. For the price, the micro but perfectly fine, which is why I rate the sound with 5 stars. The guitar now sounds more like the camp fire. For my amp is however a microphone preamp necessary, since the micro otherwise extremely strong rushing. About the system, the built-in preamp of the mixer but for ne neat volume. In the first sample with the micro with my band (drums + electric bass) I had no feedback problems. I think that I for personally with the combination Prodipe GL21 Lanen, LRBaggs M1 and Marshall AS50 R now first? Acoustic sound found. For the durability, I can currently say nothing, but with appropriate careful handling (no strong pulling the cable, etc.) will be all right.
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