Unfortunately mine broke after only a few sessions. I used it only on two small combos in a home studio with an SM57 and a D6 bass mic (on a Line 6 Spider II guitar combo and a Hartke A25 bass combo) and I would recommend either spending more on a more substantial unit or to take great care and dismount it as soon as you have finished using it, in order to protect the mechanism and not leave it in the stretched position any longer than necessary, especially if you are using it on a larger combo or cab or are using it for stage/touring purposes. Alternatively buy a decent quality short boom mic stand if you have the space! It's a shame because I know Audix make some great products (as mentioned I also have their D6 which is an excellent kick drum/bass amp mic that I use regularly) and of course it's possible that mine was just a below-standard example which escaped through quality control but I also have to say that Thomann's service was excellent and I have absolutely no complaints about them, just the unfortunate experience with the product.
One of the best things i've ever bought!! No more knocking over smalls the booms you use to mic your amp. The spring is extremely strong and the gooseneck can go in any direction and also is very hard to move once tightened. It is near impossible to knock your mic out of position. Brilliant!
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