Lonely Heartstring Band

Lonely Heartstring Band

“Our Ear Trumpets are like the sixth member of the band. Without them, our sound isn’t complete. They capture the pure sound of our instruments and voices, delivering it with clarity and precision. Not only do they sound incredible, their old school aesthetic enhances our stage presence. We consistently have audience members comment on how great these microphones look and sound."

— Lonely Heartstring Band

The Barefoot Movement

The Barefoot Movement

“Louise has top notch sound quality along with an outstanding pickup, not to mention a sleek vintage appearance. The wide pickup pattern is essential to our style of performance, and is the perfect amplifier for our style and would be for any traditional band. We’re proud to stand behind it on stage.”

— The Barefoot Movement

Coal Town Rounders

“We’re seriously loving that microphone! We used it for vocals in the studio when we recorded the album… and we use it at absolutely every live gig everywhere. I can’t say enough good things about it, really. The tone, sensitivity, and frequency response is great – even at a distance and/or off-axis. We’re a four piece, so we try to squeeze in on it as much as we can, but no mic we’ve used before has captured as close, as warm, and as accurate of a sound as this Louise. And, the feedback rejection is noticeably ridiculous for a condenser in a live setting.”

— Coal Town Rounders

Dave Kline

Dave Kline

“We tested at the soundcheck for the very first time and right out of the box it was dialed in almost perfectly… In short, this is the best mic that any of us, even the union sound tech there, ever used. Remarkably clean, no feedback problems, picks up clearly from even great distances yet doesn’t overload and distort when played to a bit closer. By the end of our set everyone was calling it Dave’s Magic Mic!”

Dave Kline, Reading, PA

Caleb Klauder

“We used Edwina in many different rooms… from a 400 seat concert theatre and then to a coffee house with the mains set behind the stage. I was amazed by the fact that we got a lot of volume without any feedback and the mains were behind the mic… the mic was definitely projecting the band. I really thought it was easy to use.”

Caleb Klauder, Foghorn String Band