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  • The versatile and affordable Luke Audio AL-Y56 G


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    Looking for a versatile large diaphragm tube condenser mic that won't break the bank but that has uncommon versatility? Then please check out my review of the Luke Audio Y56...


    https://www.harmonycentral.com/exper...ser-microphone


    As always, if you have any comments or questions about the mic or the review, this is the place to post them.


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    I would be very interested in a comparison between the gold sputtered AL-Y56 G and platinum sputtered AL-Y56 P...I don't suppose they would send you the platinum? I'm curious if there is an audible difference or it is only something that would show up on a FrAn or scope...
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