$ 449.00 

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upgraded with brand new RCA ribbon, better than new

desk stand and cable with original connector terminating to XLR included
Made in England by in the 1960s by Reslosound, this model of mic was used by the Beatles in their early days at the Cavern club, and by many other British singers
very good cosmetic condition, perfect working condition
30/50 Ohms

*reconditioned by Stephen Sank with brand new ribbon freshly made from NOS RCA stock, using Harry Olson's original engineering shop ribbon making tools, resulting in massively reduced distortion (virtually to zero) & a total absence of ribbon fatigue (big problem with the stock ribbon), as well as greatly improved overall tonal balance. Unless abused with beyond kickdrum SPL or extreme winds, it will sound just as good the day it's modified as it will in 30 years & beyond.

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