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Samson Drum Microphone Clip Set DMC100

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The On-Stage Drum Microphone Clip Set DMC100 is a microphone clip designed to allow the placement of a microphone on a drum rim and most percussion instruments. It offers an adjustable height feature and swivel for more flexibility in placement and setup. Use this practical microphone clip to perfectly position your microphone for optimum recording results.

*Please note that this unit contains (3) clips.

Drum Mount
Use this convenient clip to mount and perfectly position a microphone on the rim of your drums.
Construction Not specified by manufacturer
Finish Black
Samson Drum Microphone Clip Set DMC100
  • Microphone Clip
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty

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    SamsonMicrophone Clip Rim Drum

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    It works

    By knappster

    from New London, PA

    About Me Professional Musician

    Verified Buyer


    • Smaller than boom stand


    • Doesn't fit every drum

    Best Uses

    • In a small drum cage
    • Performances

    Comments about Samson Microphone Clip Rim Drum:

    I work for a church/youth ministry. I bought these to replace one that broke after several years of use. I wish they came individually packaged as I only needed one but had to buy three. It was holding a Samson Q Snare mic (Please don't ever buy the Samson drum mic set). I was relieved when they came in to find that it comes as pictured with the standard mic clip (not included in the one that comes with the Samson mic set), so I used it to hold an SM57 (I'm not exaggerating when I say it's far superior to the Samson Q Snare). It seems a little weak to hold the SM57 (lots of play and movement and I had to tighten all the points of movement to hold it in position). All in all, it's not great, but it works.

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