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Microphone Pin Badge Reslo Style - 3D

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Microphone Pin Badge Reslo Style - 3D
  • Microphone Pin Badge Reslo Style - 3D
  • Microphone Pin Badge Reslo Style - 3D
  • Microphone Pin Badge Reslo Style - 3D
  • Microphone Pin Badge Reslo Style - 3D
  • Microphone pin badge styles
  • Microphone pin badge styles
  • Microphone Pin Badge Reslo Style - 3D
  • Microphone Pin Badge Reslo Style - 3D
  • Microphone Pin Badge Reslo Style - 3D
  • Microphone Pin Badge Reslo Style - 3D
  • Microphone pin badge styles
  • Microphone pin badge styles
GBP
£11.50

Microphone Pin Badge Reslo Style - 3D 

This reslo microphone pin badge has been designed by Chrissie C and is exclusive to "Music Jewellery Online".  

We have crafted this pin in a 3D effect which gives it a real edge and you can feel the raised edges on the design.

Perfect for any vocalist, singer or music lover to share their passion of music and singing.

The reslo mic has 2 pins at the back to hold it in place and is approx 4cm x 1.7cm in size 

These pins looks great on your tie, hat, scarf, jacket, cap, music strap - anywhere you can pin!

We also have the sister microphone to this in our store which is in the style of the  infamous Shure SM58 design or you can purchase this from this listing also in the drop down box.  The SM58 pin badge is a standard design and not 3D.

 

*we have used macro mode on the pictures to show the intricate detail but please refer to actual measurements

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A little bit of history on Reslo Mics!

Reslosound - also known as Reslo were British manufacturers of electrical musical equipment. In particular they were very well known for the RB  - Ribbon microphone. This is sometimes referred to as the "Beatles Mic" as they were used a great deal in the Cavern in Liverpool England as well as many other  live music venues, recording studios and broadcasters in the 1960s. Notably the BBC used them and they could be seen in many programmes including their flagship sports programme Grandstand. Ribbon microphones in general are making a big comeback over the last few years and many producers (including Mick Glossop)  and musicians are using the Reslosound microphones again after finding their sound provides a warm classic tone.