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Blue Bluebird Condenser Microphone w/Shock Mount Bird Mic


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This used Blue Microphones Bluebird Microphone comes with an aftermarket Shock Mount.


This microphone is in good condition with normal wear from use, has been fully tested and sounds exactly as it should. The included shock mount is an aftermarket shock mount that holds the microphone securely. Please see pictures for details on item condition.

Product Details

In a departure from its normally application-specific designs, Blue engineered the Bluebird to be as versatile as possible.

Designed for applications ranging from vocals and electric and acoustic guitars, to close-miking of drums, drum overheads, percussion, piano, horns, and strings, virtually any application is enhanced by the Bluebird's crystal-clear sound.

Applications Include

  • Drum - Overhead
  • Instrument
  • Podcasting
  • Vocal - Studio Vocal
  • Vocal - Wired Live
  • Acoustic Guitar

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