Gravity MS 4222 B Microphone Stand

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Microphone Stand

  • Short tripod microphone stand with Soft-Touch surface
  • Telescopic boom arm with 2 tensioning screws
  • Max. boom length: 880 mm
  • Heavy zinc die-cast base
  • Height adjustable from 510 - 470 mm
  • Powder coated
  • Weight: 2.2 kg
  • Incl. black coding rings
Color Black
Foot Tripod
length of the boom 880 mm
Max. height - min.height 510 mm – 740 mm
Verstelbare Hengel 1
available since October 2015
Item number 370937
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Connection 3/8" 5/8"
max. length of the boom 880 mm
min.height 510 mm
Max. height 740 mm
Main tube adjustment 1
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Useful for miking amps... or maybe even more
ocelot 18.02.2021
I use this stand mainly for miking my guitar amp but at it's maximum height it's also useful as a microphone stand while I'm singing trough a vocoder in a standing position. However, I'm more careful with the balance in that situation since this isn't it's main purpose.

I already have a couple of Gravity stands, and this one is doing it's job perfectly. It is stabile and of a high quality.

The only thing I don't quite like is the main screw (the biggest) for ajusting the angle of the horizontal bow. You need to tight it up all the way to the end which takes time until it's fully secured. This can be a bit of a hassle while positioning the microphone or if you're making just minor changes to the position.

But overall it is a very useful stand for a home studio and it matches my other stands very well.
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Overall Good, but I've had Better
Schengis 30.01.2021
I bought this stand to be my main acoustic guitar/instrument mic holder for sitting/standing performances.

I should start by saying that this stand has served its purpose and has done its job well. Now, having said that, there are certainly a few things that have steadily declined in the quality department. The main fastening grip for the telescoping part of the stand began to crack (and fall apart) over time. For some reason this has happened to all of my Gravity mic-stands after a certain period of time. Maybe I've just been unlucky. I was also surprised at how quickly the boom arm began to sag/slip when anything a bit heavier was put on, but I'm sure that this stand wasn't necessarily intended to hold anything heavier than an sm7b at a consistent 45 degree angle.

The stand, however, is very practical/adjustable, has great features, and the overall build quality is not bad at all. In hindsight I maybe would have chosen a competitor, but I've generally been quite satisfied with the brand and am willing to purchase this and other products again.

Solid 8/10 from me.
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Sturdy
Ellis B 22.11.2021
for the price you're paying it's really good. Didn't expect to find black plastic rings witch you can replace the (ugly) green ones
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Good for cabs and snare drums
Busac 10.01.2021
I wanted this stand because it was the best combination of price, height, and quality. I own several lightweight entry level brands that do an ok job but feel flimsy a lot of the time, but the Gravity MS4222B felt much more solid and reliable. The screws feel very solid and have a nice grip to them, and its height is perfect for snare drums and guitar cabs. It has a nice weight to it, so it will give me better stability.
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