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  • Oh-LeeOh-Lee

    The T.bone GM-55Published on 06/21/06 at 05:55
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    Micro bought principalemnt look for this feature
    nice little padded carrying case that gives important and adds to the object fetishism
    for that price mean anything.
    I did that recently, I do not know the strength of the object

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I use it only for a day
    I have all the same did some tests comparing the t-bone at sm58,
    I confess that for that price, I am very satisfied.
    almost no rglages do on my mixer behringer, which are connected small amplified Wharfedale speakers. whereas with the sm58 I should quite touch the mids to get something right.
    First listening quite impressive. for a price of 50 euros on thomann.
    I did not test live so ...
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    Micro bought principalemnt look for this feature
    nice little padded carrying case that gives important and adds to the object fetishism
    for that price mean anything.
    I did that recently, I do not know the strength of the object

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I use it only for a day
    I have all the same did some tests comparing the t-bone at sm58,
    I confess that for that price, I am very satisfied.
    almost no rglages do on my mixer behringer, which are connected small amplified Wharfedale speakers. whereas with the sm58 I should quite touch the mids to get something right.
    First listening quite impressive. for a price of 50 euros on thomann.
    I did not test live so ...
    report quality price very interssant it seems
    only small problem for me, on a microphone stand (essential for this kind of look), the micro vibration incorporates many of the foot so do not skip ct. I look for a solution for this ...
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  • funkypopolfunkypopol

    for the look ...

    The T.bone GM-55Published on 05/27/12 at 01:54
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    vintage dynamic microphone: look fabulous, the presence of a switch which is a plus, delivered in a hard case, with a table leg, all for less than 45 euros.

    OVERALL OPINION

    side look, nothing to say this is the class. As for sound, this mic for vocals in theory, lack of frankly low. If we compare with the reference of the SM58 vocal microphone, we are still far away. Definition of the draft, many medium and high treble, the sibilants are emphasized. At least look for a vintage effect voluntarily, for me this microphone is not used for a live singer. However, it's okay for the harmonica.
    I first tried to correct it by adding foam windscreen inside the microphone, and I ended up …
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    vintage dynamic microphone: look fabulous, the presence of a switch which is a plus, delivered in a hard case, with a table leg, all for less than 45 euros.

    OVERALL OPINION

    side look, nothing to say this is the class. As for sound, this mic for vocals in theory, lack of frankly low. If we compare with the reference of the SM58 vocal microphone, we are still far away. Definition of the draft, many medium and high treble, the sibilants are emphasized. At least look for a vintage effect voluntarily, for me this microphone is not used for a live singer. However, it's okay for the harmonica.
    I first tried to correct it by adding foam windscreen inside the microphone, and I ended up replacing the capsule by that of a beta 58. This is much better, but I have not yet tested in real live configuration.
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  • cybervoixcybervoix

    The T.bone GM-55Published on 08/30/05 at 13:05
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    Cardioid dynamic microphone type - This is the copy of clbre shure 55 - A little too much chrome my gut compared to the real-
    Please note there is a true original who can shure 55 1OOO euro rate and the cute spring shure 55 250 euros - but far too expensive compared to GM 55 T-Bone I buy 49 euros + 10 euros port. frankly for the price it is a fact beef to play the sixties but do not count on him to make recordings prcis. This pop, does not prsence is not prcis ... Finally, we love it for its looks

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought it because I like the look of those old microphones - it comes with a very practical little foot to put it on a desk or in a display case for display. The rat…
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    Cardioid dynamic microphone type - This is the copy of clbre shure 55 - A little too much chrome my gut compared to the real-
    Please note there is a true original who can shure 55 1OOO euro rate and the cute spring shure 55 250 euros - but far too expensive compared to GM 55 T-Bone I buy 49 euros + 10 euros port. frankly for the price it is a fact beef to play the sixties but do not count on him to make recordings prcis. This pop, does not prsence is not prcis ... Finally, we love it for its looks

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought it because I like the look of those old microphones - it comes with a very practical little foot to put it on a desk or in a display case for display. The ratio quality price is excellent I will also recommend to give a friend.
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  • Lestat82Lestat82

    The T.bone GM-55Published on 12/20/05 at 11:51
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    I bought my first also for the look: I needed an accessory to look rtro theater in State Power and cheap ... I have one foot on Mount K & M micro round cast iron base, I skate a little (too much chrome to be honnte!) And I turn is played!
    on the other hand, as it is used for voice sings, I can open it and add 2 good thickness of the windscreen for indoor avoid the "popping" too bad ... Aside from a a will, a lack of dynamics and finesse, but as the singer who uses the voice has power going on, and gives just a ct "roots" that n ' is not ngligeable.

    If not in absolute terms, I think the indoor Monetra try one of my caps SM-58 which I did and I would not use the original for cheap!

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    I bought my first also for the look: I needed an accessory to look rtro theater in State Power and cheap ... I have one foot on Mount K & M micro round cast iron base, I skate a little (too much chrome to be honnte!) And I turn is played!
    on the other hand, as it is used for voice sings, I can open it and add 2 good thickness of the windscreen for indoor avoid the "popping" too bad ... Aside from a a will, a lack of dynamics and finesse, but as the singer who uses the voice has power going on, and gives just a ct "roots" that n ' is not ngligeable.

    If not in absolute terms, I think the indoor Monetra try one of my caps SM-58 which I did and I would not use the original for cheap!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have been using trs short time, especially for the look and price.
    It comes in black suitcase with a small folding table leg very practical!
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  • welfwelf

    The T.bone GM-55Published on 12/22/08 at 03:59
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    - Micro dynamic fate vocals (but some make the sound of percussions with it trs "Mowtown) ...

    - Nice look, well finished (except the switch, a little cheap, as often with Tbone).

    - Nice little trpied comes with, probably for use of type "podcast in your living room" ...

    Class ... Cheap.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought this microphone for testing "internet radio" ... The goal of finding a silent dynamic mic, not too expensive (to be able eventually to buy a wheelbarrow to the many columnists) who put forward the voice, with the prsence ... Balance, it has not kept t: finally, we took the BD200 (compress on the voice as internet radio, no need to have a SERIES Neumann).

    BUT

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    - Micro dynamic fate vocals (but some make the sound of percussions with it trs "Mowtown) ...

    - Nice look, well finished (except the switch, a little cheap, as often with Tbone).

    - Nice little trpied comes with, probably for use of type "podcast in your living room" ...

    Class ... Cheap.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought this microphone for testing "internet radio" ... The goal of finding a silent dynamic mic, not too expensive (to be able eventually to buy a wheelbarrow to the many columnists) who put forward the voice, with the prsence ... Balance, it has not kept t: finally, we took the BD200 (compress on the voice as internet radio, no need to have a SERIES Neumann).

    BUT

    This weekend, a small concert in a bar. I beeps in the group (two singers, a bouzouki and guitar). I do a test for one of two singers with the GM-55 (especially for the look). And Wow!

    This is a live microphone, no doubt: the voice is much less than the shure beta prcise branch initial balance, but it is much more Submitted. This micro "rate" a bunch frequency drives, but appears well mdiums trs. The sound is "hot", and is naturally a good place in the mix. Inconvnient: it is heavy holding hands, you need a foot is impractical.

    For the price, I think it's perfect for "pub crawl" and the grave ... pter With a good sound
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  • Sebastien GoyetSebastien Goyet

    Excellent quality / price

    The T.bone GM-55Published on 10/02/10 at 02:17
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    Micro dynamic vocals, vintage look pumped on the legendary Shure 55

    OVERALL OPINION

    Used twice, each time pleased!

    What I mean to have a microphone with a nice look is cheap do we choose? We go from one of the models o the price takes off. I thought that at worst, even if the sound is awful, will have "vintage" because c'tait view of the directory in which we opt for this model.

    In reading the various opinions here-I even told myself that I did not risk much, it takes even two at once because we're both singing.

    FIRST USE: outdoors on a boat, a small sound system, acoustically with two songs + a l-in SM-58 for my dobrolele = PERFECT, good sound, good dynamics, too much nois…
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    Micro dynamic vocals, vintage look pumped on the legendary Shure 55

    OVERALL OPINION

    Used twice, each time pleased!

    What I mean to have a microphone with a nice look is cheap do we choose? We go from one of the models o the price takes off. I thought that at worst, even if the sound is awful, will have "vintage" because c'tait view of the directory in which we opt for this model.

    In reading the various opinions here-I even told myself that I did not risk much, it takes even two at once because we're both singing.

    FIRST USE: outdoors on a boat, a small sound system, acoustically with two songs + a l-in SM-58 for my dobrolele = PERFECT, good sound, good dynamics, too much noise picked up by a microphone stand. .. Very happy.

    SECOND USE: my CHRE and tender is a directory 60s and tries this microphone, THE RECORD WAS BETTER as a result of the directory (the 70s and 80) with a Sennheiser microphone! It was a small kind MODEL "Evolution" but finally when even "

    In short, it's almost heartbreaking to come but for the 44 euros (or 43 I'm not sr), the thing comes in a hard plastic carrying case, calculated in a good foam, with a super table support in case o HOW IS IT THAT WE CAN NOT FRANCE PROPOSES THAT NOT, even 60 EUROS! For 60 euros I did work a gossip to me! Franais shops, do not you think that vendors do not care about you, and we?

    Little trick for which we have to make gaffe: for use on a right foot we must choose a system that classic, because I have straight legs with a sort of big fist that can quickly rgler height, but the threads of the microphone is too close to the XLR connection, you really have an equal right in law! That said, it's probably the same with a Shure

    I put "very good" because I do not sound guys, but in a big sound system and compared with a Sennheiser has sounded better, sailing.
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