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tfd

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I have designed this new tabla mic stand to address multiple challenges I faced. 1) I was always covered by a huge mic stand or unstable goose neck stands 2) Needed to carry one for private performances where mic stands was a problem. 3) Practice at home with a mic.

http://baithak.yolasite.com/

Look for your input and interest.

Thanks in Advance


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If the base is too light, the mic will topple over. There is a very nice commercially available stand that I use. I will take a picture when I get moment...
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tfd

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Thanks for your feedback. The base is pretty strong and very stable even with the existing mic.

I would ,love to look at the stand you are propsong and see if it is small detachable and portable and can be carried along in my Tabla case.

In the next version of the deisgn, a very small customized microphone will be used. This mic design is on the drawing board right now.

The sole objective is to carry a tabla microphone setup in the tabla bag/case. This helps me in private home performances as well as doubles as a setup live on stage.

Your thoughts welcome.
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Here is the one I use. The design is simple, and it is very solidly build. It isn't very large, however it doesn't fit in the tabla case. I carry it a separate bag, along with the microphone.

http://www.shawnmativetsky.com/misc/tablamicstand.jpg

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tfd

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Thanks.

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tfd

How did the bayan get a massive dent in the picture?

Good mic attachment though.
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This is good and reasonably priced....

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/PULSE-SHORT-MINI-BOOM-MICROPHONE-STAND-TOP-QUALITY_W0QQitemZ110510614699QQcmdZViewItemQQptZUK_MusicalInstr_Access_RL?hash=item19baf228ab

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These work great for me:
http://www.drumza.com/images/OnStageMS7920BAmpandBassDrumShortMicrophoneStand.jpg

Sometimes with a clip, if the venue has good enough sound to do stereo micing (in XY configuration)
http://img3.musiciansfriend.com/dbase/pics/products/9/9/3/494993.jpg

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Originally Posted by "Shawn"
Here is the one I use. The design is simple, and it is very solidly build. It isn't very large, however it doesn't fit in the tabla case. I carry it a separate bag, along with the microphone.

http://www.shawnmativetsky.com/misc/tablamicstand.jpg
I agree with Shawn...these stands are great. I use a 421 (among others) and it's fairly heavy, and your stand probably wouldn't support it. Plus you can change the angle easily, and it will never break.

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Shawn

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I also use a 421. It's too heavy for those other stands. Those with booms tend to slowly creep downwards from the weight of the microphone.
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