the t.bone GM 55

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Dynamic Microphone

  • "Elvis model"
  • Polar pattern: Supercardioid
  • Frequency range: 40 - 17,000 Hz
  • Sensitivity: 2.4 mV / Pa
  • Peak SPL: 155 dB
  • Impedance: 415 Ohm
  • On / Off switch
  • Head joint
  • 5/8" Tripod connector
  • Metal housing
  • Weight: 527 g (microphone), 395 g (table stand)
  • Includes plastic case and metal table tripod
Item number 125343
sales unit 1 piece(s)
On/Off Switch Yes
Polar Pattern Supercardioid
Color nickel
Cable no
Diameter 56 mm
Length 188 mm
Weight 527 g
Frequenzy Range from 40 Hz
Frequenzy Range to 17 kHz
Clamp 1
Bag 1
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Looks great and it's a bargain.
Halley 18.06.2018
This mic has distinct look, and stands out from the box standard cones. It's quite heavy, so it won't break easily. Beside the look, it sounds great as most other mics from the t.bone family (we currently use the MB85 beta, DC1500(drum kit) with pencil mics(EM700) and MB75(which I prefer a lot more than the SM57 on snare and guitar mic). They all have been gigged a lot, and still sound as good as new.

As with any other mic, you will apply some EQ to suit your voice better, so the t.bone sound as good as a much more expensive Shure on live applications.
If you are recording, you should be using condenser, so I'm not mentioning studio application.

Con: As the only way to attach to the stand is by screwing(just like the shure) you can't get it out as you please. If you like to walk around with the mic, just know that you can't put it on the stand, or you have 2 mics (or a wireless one)
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Great value for the money
Mikael I. 13.01.2014
I bought two of these, one for me and one for my bands bassist. We play rockabilly (and some punk rock) and the design is spot on for that style. Our singer use a similar (nearly identical) microphone of a different brand but I'd say it is nearly impossible to tell that apart from this based only on the sound. Neither me or my bassist have had any quality problems and we have played probably about 30-50 gigs with these microphones, packing and unpacking between gigs. My recommendation is that unless you really want to buy a more pricey microphone, for whatever reason, this is a great choice.
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Colin the Bear 27.11.2021
Looks great. Well made and robust. Still looks good after many gigs. Acceptable sound for the price.
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10 years old and still going strong!
singsvintage 23.05.2018
I bought my t.bone GM 55 in April 2008 and have gigged with it hundreds of times since then. It's still going strong! I bought it because I wanted a vintage style mic, but couldn't afford a Shure S55. It's well built, looks the part and sounds good.

It may be a third of the Shure's price, but it certainly isn't a third of the microphone. In a direct comparison you'd hear the difference, but in a noisy gig environment you'd be hard pressed to really notice.
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