Micrófono Superlux D112/C con diseño dinámico cardioide para armónica, con control de nivel integrado y perfecto para grabación de estudio; diseño ergonómico para adaptarse perfectamente a la mano
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- Armónica micrófono
- Armónica Mic
- Micrófono para armónica
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La armónica d112/C es un micrófono dinámico diseñado expresamente para su uso por los jugadores que ofrece una amplia respuesta de frecuencia, se ajusta cómodamente en la mano, y es fácil de sostener mientras realiza.
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* Metal construction, which surprised me at this price.
* Good feel, easy to hold
* Right size, right shape
* Looks like the popular Shure Green Bullet
* Just not the right sound. It's not "bad" sound... just not the tone one would hope for from a harp mike. It's too "clean", offering none of the grit or intensity of the Green Bullet or other specialty mikes.
* Tends to feedback easily (the instructions actually give information on how to avoid feedback). This is common in bullet mikes, but seems a bit more prominent in this one.
* The cord is hard-wired into the mike rather than plugged. This isn't unique; the GB has the same setup. I'm sure this is to reduce cost, but for about $25 more one can get a plug-corded mike, allowing for easy replacement if the cord is damaged. (One of the main complaints of Green Bullet users is the hassle involved in replacing a damaged cord.)
* The volume control is unresponsive, with zero or very little sound on the low end and sudden, almost-full gain as one approaches the high end. It makes me wonder if they used a type-B linear pot instead of a type-A audio. As another user mentioned issues with the volume control, it could just be a matter of quality control.
These are just my opinions. Different people have different tastes and requirements. I do agree with the other reviews that "for the price" this is an okay mike. But this is one case in which I'd hoped to get a good buy and instead got what I paid for-- a low-cost bullet mike.
I do however give them creds for the metal body and feel of the mike. To be fair I think many beginning players or those involved in for-the-fun-of-it bands will find this acceptable for their needs at an affordable price.
To me, the Superlux sounds great through all of these amps. I usually set the bass tone knob very high if not all the way up, and turn the midrange down and the treble almost off (the Gorilla only has one tone knob which I turn to full bass). I get that slightly ragged Chicago Blues sound that I think actually results from the relatively low-fi element in this microphone. I find that I can comfortably "cup" this microphone, and I use the first two (from the front or face) of the three finger grooves in the top of the housing to give a little extra depth to the chamber my hands form around it. Contrary to some comments I have read, one can get a reasonable "hand-whah" effect with this type of bullet mic. For me, the volume knob is a must-have feature so I can turn it down to avoid feedback if I need to adjust my amp or just set the mic down temporarily, and I particularly like the fact that the volume knob has a "centered" detent that I can feel when I adjust it so I can tell where its at before I actually play. The integrated microphone cable is plenty long and has a 1/4 inch plug that goes right into my amps without an adapter. If you need to plug it into a soundboard, you will need an adapter for that.
The only reason I don't give five stars is because it is rather heavy. I recently returned a Shaker Mad Cat microphone because I found it had a brighter, cleaner sound than the Superlux, and I just liked the Superlux sound better. I am currently waiting to receive a Shaker Retro Rocket mic that is a smaller and lighter bullet mic. I'll review that one when I have had a chance to compare it.
I love the Superlux look and sound.
Overall good clean tones at lower volumes and I suspect this mic will offer excellent driven/distorted tones once it's broken in. The mic appears to be well built with good materials/fit and finish.
Would definitely be a good mic for beginner/early stage intermediate players.