The LWBC Jason Ricci Signature Microphone

The Jason Ricci Signature Harp Mic is offered in both low impedance and high impedance and comes standard with a volume control. The stock microphone comes in a beautiful Purple Starlight and can be customized with a wide choice of colors. Please note that translucent colors may show some tooling marks through the coating which is normal. The mic shown is the high impedance version, if you choose the low impedance version the price will be $10 less.

 

Price: $237.00
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Details

The Jason Ricci Signature Harp Mic was designed in colaboration with Jason Ricci who specified the characteristics of the element and the overall tone and functionality. The handle is billet aluminum, the grill is SLA produced and designed ergonomically and tonally for the harp player. The diameter of the handle, the weight of the mic and the flare of the grill all combine to make the microphone very comfortable to hold. The microphone comes in Purple Starlight but can be customized with a wide choice of colors.

 

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Unidirectional Dynamic Microphone
  • Sensitivity: -73db at 1,000Hz
  • Frequency Range: 40hz – 14,000 Hz
  • Low Z Impedance: 300 ohms
  • High Z Impedance: 100k ohms
  • Weight: Hi Z = 9oz, Lo Z = 8oz
  • Length: 5 ½”

 

Warranty
All microphones are warranted against any defects in manufacture for 1 year. All microphones are gauranteed for 100% satisfaction and may be returned within 60 days for a refund of the purchase price less 4% credit card transaction fee and excluding any shipping charges.  If the mic is damaged there will be a deduction in the refund, mics with customized text are limited to a 50% refund.

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Brian Brazil (USA) - April 16th 2018
After playing the Lone Wolf / Jason Ricci microphone for the past 4 days here’s what I noticed. To me it sounds like a cross between an old Shure 545S and a Shure SM57. I have both those models and used them live for almost 20 years. It doesn’t have as much of the heavier drive on the lower notes like a 545. But that can be compensated for with the controls on an amp or pedals. What is it does have is an equal pickup response across the whole range of notes of the harmonica. Another added [...read more]