- (2) Brauner VM1 - modern classics from Germany, multi-pattern matched pair (consecutive serial numbers)
- (1) Flea 49 - Flea's beautiful M49-inspired multi-pattern mic
- (1) Groove Tubes GT-44 - medium diaphragm tube microphone with cardioid capsule
- (2) Lucas CS-1 - gorgeous multi-pattern microphones from Oliver Archut and Terry Manning, matched pair (#s 005 and 006)
- (1) Neumann CMV563 - all original with M7, M8, M9, and M55 capsules
- (1) Neumann TLM49 - converted to M49c circuit w/ Thiersch M7 (PVC) capsule, and AMI BV11R
- (3) Oktaven M49 - built in-house - Thiersch M7 (PVC) capsule, AMI BV11R
- (1) Oktaven C12 - built in-house on original AKG schematic, original AKG CK12, AMI T14, GE 5-Star 6072 tube
- (1) Oktaven U47 - built in-house on the AMI body, with Neumann K47, Telefunken EF800 tube, and AMI BV8
- (1) Wunder CM7-GT - M7 version - a great multi-pattern interpretation of the historic U47 with EF800 tube

- (1) AKG C 414 EB (w/ original "brass" CK12 capsule)
- (1) AKG C 414 EB (w/ "teflon" CK12 capsule)
- (2) DPA 4006 (matched pair with spheres and all grids)
- (2) DPA 4023 (cardiod, same capsule as 4011, matched pair with shockmounts, cable hangers)
- (4) DPA 4061 (two stereo sets of miniature omni microphones with string mounts and other accessories)
- (1) DPA 4099b - miniature cardioid condenser with mounting accessories for contrabass
- (3) Gefell UMT-70s (multi-pattern, large-diaphragm condensers with M7 capsules, near-consecutive trio)
- (1) Josephson C42
- (2) Kel HM-3C
- (1) Neumann Gefell MV-692 - with M70 cardioid capsule, modified for P48 and XLR
- (2) Neumann KM-84i - early 80's consecutive serial numbered pair
- (2) Neumann KM-140 - matched pair with consecutive serial numbers
- (2) Schoeps CMT-341 - fixed-capsule predecessor to the current "Colette" series - MK41 hypercard capsules, converted by Schoeps for 48V power
- (1) Schoeps CMT-44 - same as above but with MK4 cardioid capsule
- (2) Schoeps CMT-56n - matched pair from the late 60s, same series as above, but with multi-pattern MK6 capsules
- (2) Sennheiser MKH-8040s - miniature cardioid condensers, stereo set
- (1) Telefunken M280 - mid-60s telefunken-badged version of the Neumann KM84; same microphone but with no pad or HPF

- (1) AEA R84
- (1) AKG D12E rebuilt by Esa Tervala
- (3) Beyerdynamic M160
- (2) Coles 4038
- (1) EV n/d 257
- (1) Heil PR-22
- (1) RCA 44BX - ca. '38, ENAK restored, ex Columbia 30th St
- (1) RCA 77D
- (2) Royer R121
- (1) Sendra SD-63
- (1) Sennheiser MD-441
- (1) Telefunken USA RM-5C - unidirectional ribbon microphone produced by Sylvia Classics for Tele USA
- (1) Audix D6
- (3) Shure SM-57
- (2) Shure Unidyne III
 
 


 


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