the t.bone presents Small Diaphragm Condenser Microphones EM 800. If you are on the lookout for microphones, then this may be a fitting choice. Make sure to check out the reviews but first of all press the red button below to see if it fits your music taste.
Chris Roditis took the WHATISGOODFORME test and scored a 88% match with EM 800
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Chris likes Indie Rock, Synthpop and New Wave
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    A 17 y.o. or younger male fan of Jimmy Page from Bulgaria
  • "As an upcoming artist musician/actor i think it would go really well along this path to me being able to share my music with the world"
    A 18-24 y.o. male fan of M83 from Romania
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