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Custom Microphones


While always looking for something different I started customizing vintage microphones. It started by painting and making the exterior more unigue.  Eventually it lead me to wanting to add a litttle more "PUNCH" to the appraence. My designs were still being restricted by the shape and design of the mics I was working with.   Later realizing that microphones were mostly used in low light environments I started looking into ways to brighten up the designs.  Then it hit me.  Why not use the design of the mic itself as artwork and accent the grills and shapes.

By adding LED lights INSIDE the microphone I could make the GLOW. This new idea has expanded the way we can personalize your mic.
By using different colors and screen materials each microphone we make can be as personal as you like.

Below are some examples of the work we do. More designs are being built and added as we finish them.

If you have an idea for a microphone we can try to make your mic as unique as you are.

 

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 Since we are the owners and operators of "Gold Coast Karaoke", it was only right our first mic out of production was this gold plated Shure shell with a black screen that is back lit with 24 (yes 24) gold LEDs.  They said it couldn't be done but here it is.
To keep costs down we later lessened the number of LEDs and changed the circuitry to allow for a more economical design.
But this one will always be #1.

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This Isn't Your Daddy's Harp Mic

We'll try to 'HotRod" anything. We took a break from our traditional 55 series Shure to try an older "Green Bullet"
This is "Old Blue". It's no longer green.  We had it powder coated blue and with a chome plated grill & stainless mesh behind it.
There is nothing else out there like this. The blue glowing ring is from a few blue LEDs placed around the edge inside.
The sound is supplied by an R115 Shure element (commonly used in the sm-58 series).
It was modified to fit in the shell almost like it was made for it.
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While coming up with a new idea I was having trouble deciding on what color to make the next project.
Why settle on just one? This mic changes colors randomly.
The change is so psychodelic at times, we call it the "TyeDye" model.


TYEDYE MIC

 


 

A custom "Shure Super 55" built in a chrome shell and purple lights and screen for a local singer Alisha.
Now she rocks with "STYLE"

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 "God Bless America"

This next mic is the "Ole Glory" mic.  When I first saw this Midland mic I saw the hidden American flag in the design.
Because of the age of this mic we needed to upgrade the outdated center contact plug to an XLR style.
We also had to replace the old cartridge with,(you guessed it) a Shure R115 Element.

Probably our most modified model to date.
A litttle power coating, some different color screens and LEDs and we have one of my favorite creations.

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More mics are coming and we hope to have more shots of the above mics as well a video of the "TYEDYE" model in action.

Check back soon.