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Harmonica with headset

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  • Harmonica with headset

    I've converted to headset, and had to ditch the harmonica b/c of the harp smashin into the headset causing noise. Anyoone have a solution for this?

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    By headset, are you referring to over-ear monitors?

    What headset are you using?
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    • #3
      Maybe you could have a separate mic on a stand just for harmonica.

      You could swing the headset microphone out of the way for a harp solo, then swing it back to sing.

      Kinda defeats the purpose of the headset mic though...
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      • Graeca
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        Ever see Neil Young's wireless set up? Two little ECM-50-type lapel mics on his harmonica rackyoung

         

        Seems to pick up his voice fairly well, too.

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