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MXL 4000 Multi-Pattern FET Studio Condenser Microphone + $100 Microphone Gift

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  • Requires phantom power 
  • Warm-sounding, low-noise, classic recording studio mic sound
  • Large, 6-micron gold-sputtered capsule
  • Steel head and woven-brass mesh grill
  • Heavy duty metallic blue finished enclosure
  • Vintage transformerless design
  • Attractive mahogany colored storage case
  • Specially designed MXL 60 shock mount included
  • Custom foam windscreen

 

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Musician's Friend has the MXL 4000 Multi-Pattern FET Studio Condenser Microphone + free $100 Microphone Gift for $199.99 with free shipping. You can get the mic for the same price at Guitar Center, but the gift isn't included.

The free gift is the MXL MXL604 Instrument Microphone. No need to add it to your cart separately.

Both mics have great reviews. You can read them on the MF page, or here and here on Amazon.

 MXL 4000 Multi-Pattern FET Studio Condenser Microphone:

  • Requires phantom power 
  • Warm-sounding, low-noise, classic recording studio mic sound
  • Large, 6-micron gold-sputtered capsule
  • Steel head and woven-brass mesh grill
  • Heavy duty metallic blue finished enclosure
  • Vintage transformerless design
  • Attractive mahogany colored storage case
  • Specially designed MXL 60 shock mount included
  • Custom foam windscreen

 MXL MXL604 Instrument Microphone  

  • 10dB pad w/switch
  • Selectable low-frequency roll-off filter
  • 20mm gold cardiod and omni-directional capsules

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FYI, if you're like me and thinking about flipping these on Amazon.com... neither product that I got in the last deal has moved. Great value if you need them though!

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This is the "standard" price for this mic - the small condenser gift has been offered for at least 5 years from MF/GC as part of the package, at the same price.  I remember this came up in 2008 for the same thing with the 603 (previous version of the gift). 

For what it's worth, you could obviously do a lot worse than this, they are both very useful mics.  There are higher quality mics that do the same thing, though at the same price.   You can find the st77 which is generally regarded as a bit better sounding mic than the 4000 for 199 or less on eBay very commonly (not brand new though).   Anyway, the crazy inflated MSRP's make it seem screaming - I would faint if anybody every had paid more than $200-250 for one of these in the history of the mic being for sale.

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Yeah, don't think that you're getting an $800 microphone + a free $130 microphone for $199. I actually own this one.  Don't get me wrong, the MXL 4000 a good mic for the price if you don't really want to spend a lot on a condenser mic... but realize that you're getting, at the most, a $199 microphone and a $50 one for free.

PS, it requires phantom power, if you don't know what that is, you're not right for this mic.

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You saved me. Thanks. 

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I figured the list prices were a little overzealous, so I didn't include them in the OP lol. $700 for a microphone? That thing better be indestructible and crafted from platinum and diamonds.

Thank you guys for your honest input!

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Well, it depends on the mic. There are mics that easily go for $10,000 and are worth it.

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bluegreenturtle said:   Well, it depends on the mic. There are mics that easily go for $10,000 and are worth it.

The fact that the first I found is called the Telefunken makes it worth 10k in itself. Haha

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