Voice of Music (Sonotone) harp mic harmonica microphone
This harmonica is no longer for sale (sold on 2010-01-12)
Price : US $41.00
Up for auction is a vintage Voice of Music (Sonotone) CM10A ceramic microphone from the early '60s in beautiful condition. It looks great and sounds great! These mics are highly valued by harp players for their tone and ease of cupping. I have installed a volume control and a 1/4 inch jack. The volume control works extremely smoothly, and the 1/4 inch jack will take any standard guitar or other instrument cable (not included). No impedance matching device is needed. Just plug into a guitar amp and you're ready to play. I guarantee (by money back) that this microphone works PERFECTLY.
If you already have a microphone, and you would like it modified in this way, please contact me.
Sonotone Ceramic Microphones
One of the most popular ceramic microphones was the ice cream cone shaped CM10A. It was sold by Sonotone but also sold in large OEM (original equipment manufacturer) quantities to companies like Voice of Music and General Electric with their name on it. It measures 5'' high by 1-1/2'' in diameter at the top. Weight is 8-1/4 ounces. Response is from 30 Hz to over 12 kHz. Sensitivity is -56 dB re 1 volt per microbar. This microphone is extremely rugged and was typically demonstrated at the high fidelity shows hanging in water in a fish tank and then used to hammer nails into a board. It survived unaffected except for a few scratches from the nails.
This harmonica is sold (sold on 2010-01-12)
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