Christian music artist/McPherson Guitars owner Matt McPhersonrecently purchased two Soundelux ELUX 251 microphones to use in bothhis Wisconsin home studio and his Nashville-based project studio,adding to a collection that includes vintage Neumann and AKGs, as wellas newer model mics. McPherson will use the mics, as well as Pro Toolsrigs and RADAR units, to record material for his newly-formed AutumnRecords, which features McPherson and his wife, Sherry, as its flagshipartists.
The ELUX 251 embodies the many of the characteristics of theTelefunken ELA M251. The ELUX 251 uses a hand-built, hand-tuned andstrictly tested German capsule with a 6mil Dupont Mylar film diaphragmand the same close tolerances and asymmetrical design as the famedCK-12 capsule. The head grille’s internal chamber resonance closelymatches the Tele 251 in equivalent volume and “mesh count” that affectshigh frequency response. Capsules are specially selected and thenmatched to a no-compromise design using tube and transformer circuitry.The ELUX 251 comes in a large, aluminum briefcase with the 110/220VACP251 power supply, all cables, instructions and shock mount.
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