They are quite rare and very hard to find in such pristine condition. It still has the original patina, dark brown and copper just like the factory produced them. So many of these radios have had the patina polished away, missing the reins or the saddle. Blake has replaced all of the paper capacitors, tested and replaced bad resistors and checked all of the tubes. He performed a proper alignment, making this little five-tube, AM only radio play like new. A very cool gift for that horse lover, or man cave. Here is another one of a kind radio design! This Abbotwares “Horse with Saddle” is seldom seen, and when found is usually missing its saddle.

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Woodworth, W8AHW began experimenting with different types of microphones for their “ham’ stations. Their mutual friend, Charles Semple, worked for Brush Development Company where he had been experimenting with Rochelle salt crystals. Semple demonstrated some crystal pick-ups that Brush was working with, leading Chorpening and Woodworth to found The Astatic Microphone Laboratory, Inc. Semple was brought into the company as general manager to manufacture and market the company’s model D Crystal Microphone as well as other crystal microphones, crystal phonograph pickups and recording heads.

The company offers audio products for recording, live performance, commercial and personal audio, and is located in Solon, Ohio. DAS expanded the Astatic name to non-microphone accessories including coaxial cables, meters and antennas.

The Astatic JT microphone is the perfect Harmonica mic for use with a vintage tube amps. It was created about 70 years ago and went out of production around the year

I am not a mic builder. I do not install volume controls and normally do not do repaint jobs. If a volume control is working, I leave it alone, but if it is defective I remove it. Personally, I prefer to use in-line volume controls and not violate the integrity of the shell. All mics are wired for high impedance, best used with a vintage-type tube amp. My goal is to supply dependable, working, vintage mics to harp players at reasonable cost.

All mics are guaranteed to be in working condition when shipped. Prices are usually geared to be considerably lower than similar model examples offered by various other harp mic suppliers, including mics offered on eBay. Please check the Endorsements and Testimonials section at the end of the “About Pete” page for some satisfied customer comments. All Model mics have the handle removed and a male Switchcraft connector installed for a more comfortable cup.

Tone for miles and miles.

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Astatic is noted for the D series of desktop mics, still in production for the ham radio market and for the JT, the other definitive harp mic. I have several JTs, both with base and without.

Good cosmetic condition, with some scuffs to the clear coat. And there are a lot of great places to buy them: They have been making great blues harp microphones for years, and have the experience and customers to show for it. All of those guys can PLAY too, so they know what makes a good mic. Eventually, I put together a mic from parts I bought at other harp vendors, and realized the enjoyment that comes from making something old new again. So now I rebuild classic harmonica mics for fun, and sell what I build here.

I rebuild microphones using the best quality new and vintage parts. I test each microphone I sell, and usually show a video of the results. Good Products, Fair Prices The mics here are put together with great care, trying to maintain the highest standards out there. Many mic builders and modifiers are gracious enough to share their techniques, and I listen hard to every one of them. I have a bench in my cellar. I dig up vintage shells where I can, like garage sales, ham radio fests, eBay, or Modern Blues Harmonica.

Then you take the parts and make them better.

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Afficher l’avis original The Astatic JT is a dynamic microphone that was specifically created for use with harmonica. They’re still making this mic, but I believe it’s now put out under the Hohner name and know that Shure has a number of similar microphones as well. It’s compact in size for holding it up to your harp as you play, and is useful for both studio and live use. I’ve only used it in the studio for recording harmonica through an amplifier as well as for recording vocals.

I don’t know the exact differences between a vintage Astatic JT and those that are made today, but I don’t think there’s too much of a difference.

U Astatic JT $ SOLD Desk Mic This Astatic JT Spokesman desk mic has a rubber ring on the base. It has a single conductor Switchcraft jack. The mic does not produce audio and does not have a cable. May have been used by Broderick Crawford. Or not. Sold AS-IS, final sale.

Thanks to all who expressed interest. In excellent original condition. The amp has the original inch Rola speaker, code December of The old power cord has been replaced with a new 3-prong grounded cord. The amp is solid and ready to go. It puts out twelve watts of vintage Chicago tone; it sounds amazing. Perfect for jamming or recording, and totally giggable for small to medium blues venues. Great for fat blues guitar, too.

The riveted metal tag with the Youngstown Ohio address and the B-series serial number date this mic to The original owner scratched his name in the side of the mic. The original crystal element is long gone; this mic has an Astatic ceramic element made from the same element materials as a crystal MC and sounds very much like the MC and MC Very high impedance; very hot and nasty.

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Heck, I like most all kinds of microphones, and have been picking up various versions here and there for years. I’ve restored some, kept some as original with their wear and tear from years of use, and have modified other microphones to use other types of elements to fit my personal taste. Sometimes, I just change elements to see what the difference in audio reproduction is Some of the microphones I have are pulls from commercial service.

For over 60 years Astatic has been the trusted source for CB microphones, cables and antennas. Continually tested to ensure the very best in quality, it is the .

The JT30 was introduced over 50 years ago as an inexpensive and rugged crystal element microphone for public address systems and Ham radio operators. Blues players discovered that the JT30’s emphasis of the voice’s midrange frequencies produced a raw, honking sound when they cupped their harmonica against broad front of this bullet mic. Over the years, the JT30 has become the favorite harp mic for many established blue harpists. When played through a vintage-style tube amp, the frequency response of the JT30’s crystal element duplicates the warm, slightly distorted “Mississippi Sax” tone that harp players crave.

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I like the slightly slimmer shape and the shiny grill. I do not want to and can not go into the production history, only a few basic information. The older models often have a Switchcraft connector behind the front potentiometer.

Vintage ‘s Astatic JT Ceramic harp microphone old deco w Atlas stand See more like this Vintage ‘s Astatic JT Ceramic harp microphone old deco midcentury w stand $

This pocket is also good for a couple of harmonicas or even a mic cable. The main compartment has a sturdy zippered closure that opens wide for your favorite mic. The exterior is a tough water-resistant material that resists moisture and dirt. It’s padded with shock-absorbent closed-cell foam to protect that expensive harp mic. The case has a heavy-duty Belt Loop sewn on the rear. Inner dimensions are approximately 3. I have a limited supply of these if you’re interested.

After a lot of searching, I got some new stock of black bullet mic cases, slightly different model than the last one. Inner dimensions are 3″ wide X 5. Construction is tough, water-resistant outer material and closed cell foam for padding and protection of microphone.

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No returns for subjective issues – you didn’t like the sound or decided it didn’t suit your needs, minor cosmetic quibbles, etc.

Apr 01,  · The JT is a popular Harp (Harmonica) microphone. They are highly sought after by Blues Harpoon men and can command prices beyond that of other microphones of the same period. Boxed replacement MC elements regularly sell in the $ price range.

I am still fascinated with them. You can also fill out that form if you have any specific questions about any microphone you see listed for sale. I list details of each microphone for sale, including: Nothing weak is EVER sold here!! Your best bet is to buy from someone who knows how to play amplified harp, and the better they can play, the more qualified they can be to build, test, and grade microphones for other players — if they know how to do the work.

Think about it — if he had the skill, would you trust B.

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