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With its signature green and chrome die-cast casing, the Shure 520DX "Green Bullet" holds a spot in history as the definitive blues harp voice. Sam Ash Direct has the guaranteed lowest price and fast free, shipping.
The Shure 520DX features a volume control knob at the base of the microphone that allows users to make adjustments to suit their needs during live performance. An attached cable with a standard 1/4-inch plug allows the microphone to be connected to a high-impedance device. Contoured to fit perfectly between harmonica and hands, it can also be used for distinct, lo-fi vocals.
Legendary among harmonica players for its classic blues harp sound, the Shure 520DX Green Bullet has a contoured size and shape that fits perfectly between harmonica and hands.
• Signature green and chrome die-cast casing
• The definitive Blues Harp Mic
• Volume control at base of mic
• Attached ¼” Cable
• Can be used for distinct, lo-fi vocals
Get your Shure 520DX Green Bullet Harmonica Microphone today from Sam Ash Direct and enjoy the confidence that comes from fast, free shipping, the guaranteed lowest price and our 45/60-day return/price protection policy.
|Model||520DX Green Bullet Omnidirectional Dynamic Microphone|
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Comments about Shure 520DX Green Bullet Omnidirectional Dynamic Microphone:
This mic is useful on so many levels. Besides being the quintessential mic choice of harmonica players around the world, it also gives a great effect to vocals in newer indie rock and folk bands. The sound that it delivers brings back the feel of vocals on a lot of older recordings. If you're looking for a unique touch to your music, this is Shure-ly the mic for you.
520DX Green Bullet Omnidirectional Dynamic Microphone
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