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"EAP" (Lustraphone VR64) Ribbon Microphone
Here’s a 1950’s British ribbon microphone that was rebranded by “EAP”. “EAP” stood for Elizabethan which was a tape recording company in the UK through the 50’s and 60’s. This microphone is really a Lustraphone VR64 ribbon microphone - it has been restored with a new ribbon, Cinemag transformer, and new cable. This Lustraphone is a great ribbon for guitar amps, drums, horns, and more. It has strong horseshoe magnets that give it a good output with a solid low end response. If you’re looking for a reliable vintage ribbon that has been restored with top quality components, this Lustraphone VR64 will make a great fit for your studio! Click here to listen to this microphone.
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