Audix Cabgrabber Guitar Cabinet Micing System
The Audix Cabgrabber easily clamps securely onto guitar cabinets and can hold anything from the standard fare dynamic mics to their exotic ribbon, tube and condenser counterparts - even mics weighing up to 1lb!
The Audix Cabgrabber is quite possibly the coolest mic stand since the Starbird. The Cabgrabber easily clamps securely onto guitar cabinets and can hold anything from the standard fare dynamic mics to their exotic ribbon, tube and condenser counterparts - even mics weighing up to 1lb! Plus, it keeps the floor clear and there are no annoying booms extending out for a guitarist to bump into for that ever so popular effect/game of "Where did the guitar go in the mix?" AND, the Cabgrabber works like a charm when the amp is on an amp-stand or you are mic-ing the top cabinet of a stack. Every venue needs at least a pair of these great solutions for stage and studio.
Audix Cabgrabber Guitar Cab Micing System Features
- Innovative miking solution for guitar amps and cabs
- Allows for precise positioning
- Simple, elegant, compact and easy to use
- No tools required
- Adjustable, tension held
- Mic arm hand tightens firmly into position
- Holds mics weighing up to 1 pound
- Works on cabinets with flat surface or recessed edge
- Will clamp to side of cabinet or over top
- Fits 8-14 inch cabinets and amps
- Durable steel construction
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The Cabgrabber is a fantastic idea but I wish it was better implemented. It holds to the side of your amp or cab just fine but its hard to get the angled arm tight enough that it won't sag and put your mike out of position. It's biggest flaw is that the arm is a fixed length that is not very long so you may not be able to get the mike centered on your speaker if you have a 1-12 combo. The product seems to be designed only to work well with 4-10, 2-12, 4-12 configurations where a speaker is closer to the edge of the cabinet. I couldn't use it at all until I added a 5" gooseneck extension.