I use the microwave for more than a year now, there is a No Paf jazz, a little less powerful than the standard bam No.
It has an unbeatable price-quality ratio, it is far from industrial microphones, it is an excellent choice.
This model is both warm deep bass, a beautiful clarity with subtle dynamics.
He dug in medium much like a APH1, giving him a sound "classy" a little sound found on high-end jazz guitar.
To get the best, prvoir good wiring "50"
This mic is ractif, so it will not please a mediocre guitar, prvoir a good violin.
On a bad guitar, he will hide nothing, on the contrary, on the other hand, a good scratch, the result will be "divine".
This mic is perfect for soft jazz style, with a moder drummer and bass or solo play or duo.
the output level is low, it will not suit all the amps, better prvoir a good amp lamps with soft hp (type English or old greenback jensen)
The quality of this micro deserves a prestigious set, it seems to me unnecessary to upgrade a low-end guitar.
We can compare a little Seth lover or APH1, but with a personal grain with complex overtones, a "solar" grain which magnifies the sound qualities of the guitar.
This mic is self even as a subtle alternative to the most sought-micro west.
I had several Kami, they all have a unique personality, unique to mticuleux and craftsmanship of designer who is a great passionate.
I am the happy owner of this micro for two weeks now and I am delighted by the sound of "NoPAF".
I wanted a more typical vintage microphone on a guitar built by luthier friend 11 years ago, on the MODEL Paul junior double cutaway, mahogany body, table, stocky, round button in the saddle and b no, I did change the bridge pickup which ignores a Dimarzio Tone Zone home.
So I searched everywhere, with Seymour Duncan, Dimarzio, Gibson and one day by chance I'm all on a forum someone spoke o Kami microphones. I have to be honnte I initially thought that Asian c'tait microphones. I'm all for a ride on the site and when I saw the description of the microphones I t sduit by the concept, there is a choice between a standard micro say that with Sylvain offers CHARACTERISTICS tables in advance and a micro custom made according to customer requirements and for a price bttn because less than a micro stock of major brands.
Contact table with Sylvain, I have outlined my expectations, he immediately saw what I was looking for her and some APRS messages changes we agreed on a MODEL, with a NoPaf Alnico2 magnets, black finish ZBRA crme, without cover, typ blues, bold, rpeux, with enough sound and bass are less pronounced than the Tone Zone.
Between payment with "paypal" and rception the microphone, it took only 10 days!
And what about the hair in which was the microphone, trs pretty, which does not gche the thing.
APRS installation, testing and bluff I t is exactly what I expected at the sound I redcouvert my guitar!
The Tone Zone is a good micro trs, powerful, warm, but it saturated too quickly, and especially the bass was too Submitted got me, I have yet jou with this mic for over 10 years and I wanted something else.
In conclusion I would say that for a micro hand-made by a passionate an unbeatable price, yes I would do without hsiter this choice and as I have other guitars, why replace other microphones. Sylvain is a guy who MRIT of being more experienced, there is no publicity and only the mouth ear allows him to have new customers, so j'espre the opinions of its microphones will give him more of Notore.
One more point for the tanks, if so, I see .... Have a look at the site of "Judge Fred", guitarist, journalist of guitars in various magazines, gear tester etc ... He also tried the microphone Kami and adopted a pair of No. Paf and opinion only confirms what you read here below.
Long live rock'n'roll and Kami.
EDIT: APRS over two years I used a little more back and ........... still on the guitar, great sound. To say the second guitarist of a Les Paul custom classic climbs with 57 'at Gibson, I tried it several times on my scraper equipment, micro Kami sounds as well as a PAF even better! Objective opinion of our bass player.
Good for 2 months now I never get tired of having found a good PAF for my Les Paul. I stupidly sold the original bridge pickup to replace it with a SH4 at first, then various industrial designs, and a replica of PAF as well, but none had really made this guitar sing.
I contacted Sylvia, very professional and friendly staff that offered me the NoPaf, after reading some very favorable reviews on these, I ordered.
Receipt by mail, well packed parcels and urgent appointment with my maker. After assembling and fitting, I felt that I could find a je ne sais quoi, that was no indication that good! The same evening, in our rehearsal room, connected to test if my Plexi head, and here I am not telling you, a sound like that I let go! Microphone that is what I had for years, and more done here in France!
I'm definitely a fan, and every day I find that I had forgotten the pleasure with my Great, the sound became clear is balanced (I do not even earn the selector), even members of my group say that c is much better, and now I put my guitar in that key does not rob me)