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1950′s RCA Microphone Studio Boom Stand

$650

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Manufactured for RCA by Mole Richardson, this rare Microphone Boom Stand is a fabulous piece of music history to add to any vintage collection. Built to support the heavy RCA mics, it has steel poles and a heavy duty steel rolling tripod base. Measuring 5 feet at its lowest point, the Stand can be raised to a height of 12 feet. The attached Boom arm extends to approximately 10 feet in length and rotates a full 360 degrees. A large red RCA tag and gorgeous bronze hardware will make this eye-catching Boom Stand the center piece of any studio. Three original large, rugged locking wheels provide great portability. Ready to go to work, it’s perfect for any professional recording studio or production. It can be used with any Mole Richardson lighting and is amazing for loft lighting!

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Manufactured for RCA by Mole Richardson, this rare Microphone Boom Stand is a fabulous piece of music history to add to any vintage collection. Built to support the heavy RCA mics, it has steel poles and a heavy duty steel rolling tripod base. Measuring 5 feet at its lowest point, the Stand can be raised to a height of 12 feet. The attached Boom arm extends to approximately 10 feet in length and rotates a full 360 degrees. A large red RCA tag and gorgeous bronze hardware will make this eye-catching Boom Stand the center piece of any studio. Three original large, rugged locking wheels provide great portability.

Circa 1950′s. this RCA Microphone Boom Stand is in very good condition with very minor surface wear. It rolls around easily and all the poles and fittings are in fine working condition. Ready to go to work, it’s perfect for any professional recording studio or production. It can be used with any Mole Richardson lighting and is amazing for loft lighting! This auction is for one rare and absolutely awesome RCA Microphone Boom Stand.

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Dimensions 8 x 8 x 72 in

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