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Gator Frameworks GFW-MIC-0821 Short Mic Stand with 4.5" X 8" Weighted Base
- Short Microphone Stand With A Compact Base
- Max Height: 23 Inches / 584 mm
- Includes 16" Single Section Boom
- Base Weighted For Balance And Stability
- Cable Management Included
- 4.5" X 8" Weighted Base
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The Gator Frameworks GFW-MIC-0821 short microphone stand with a weighted base is the perfect multi-use mic stand for recording or live sound applications. The weighted base is useful when using heavier mics that need additional balance. The Gator Frameworks short microphone stand can be used for floor applications such as kick drum / bass drums, guitar amplifier cabinets, bass guitar amplifier cabinets, snare or tom bottom, keyboard amplifiers, theater, boundary, and many other applications. The GFW-MIC-0821 includes a 16” single section boom arm, twist clutch height adjustment, cable management clip and a no slip, vibration reducing gasket. The Frameworks GFW-MIC-0821 also fits both U.S. and Euro size standard microphone clips.
The GFW-MIC-0821 has a maximum height of 23” and is constructed of heavy-duty steel and soft rubber twist adjustment knobs for added comfort while loosening and tightening. The base dimensions are 4.5” X 8”.
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So I was looking around after being scared off by the price of that when I stumbled onto this product. It appeared to meet my needs and after receiving it and setting it up, I was correct. This stand sits to my left and easily brings the microphone directly where it needs to be, while not obstructing my line of site to my computer monitors. When it is not in use, it is very easy to move out of the way, or if I decide to leave it on my desk it is much better looking than the boom arm it is replacing.
After looking at this stand, it makes it even more perplexing as to why so many stands and boom arms are so unattractive. This thing looks and works great! And it is sold for a very reasonable price!
- The weighted base is plenty heavy to hold it steady even when you have it extended all the way.
- The knobs are easy to turn, making it easy to adjust
- The pieces all feel very solid
- It has integrated cable management
In the meantime, we're using it to mic other drums and it works great with an SM57/58 (or similar) mic.
I also accidentally dropped it out of the back of my SUV the other day. I was more concerned with the concrete than the stand. The base on this thing is solid!
The main post allows only a few inches of height adjustment but by moving the boom you can get enough height to mic the bridge or fingerboard. This Gator model is well made and designed although I have some concerns about the longevity of the plastic handles on the tightening bolts.
If you use a small to medium mic, you should not experience any problems with boom drift from mic weight. I mainly use a Neumann KM184, a small condenser mic, and a Neumann TLM 102, a small large Large-diaphragm mic, and the stand proved to be ideal, allowing the boom to be used at full extension. I don’t own a large mic but I’m pretty sure the counterweight on the boom is too light, so not a good stand for heavy side address or stereo mics unless used with the boom locked straight up or barely extended.
Great design and build for the bucks: small footprint, stable for small and medium sized mics and perfect for sneaking a mic under the music stand of a sitting musician.
As for the mount it is heavy and sturdy. The vertical portion of the mount spins way to easily when in a locked state. Between all of the mic clips that were attached in odd locations and the adjustment rings, I was able to mess around with it enough to get it to a suitable state. If you move it at that pivot point though, it comes unlocked completely from the adjustment ring and can freely spin. So adjusting the lock at this point became an issue. Typically once its passable in terms of the lock at this point, it's good and doesn't come undone and move. Not my first choice but its ...just ok