Build an I-mic

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Build an I-mic

I-Mic
Michael writes – “I remember building this impressive microphone myself a few years back. A great low-cost harmonica microphone built from secondhand stuff anyone can find in their local supermarket plus a few components that can be found in any electronics shop. At the worst the parts should cost around $8.”Link.

6 thoughts on “Build an I-mic

  1. Gilead says:

    Gallery of DIY “i-Mic” harmonica mircrophones – various examples shown are created from PVC, maglite body, pill box, or a water bottle.
    http://www.planetharmonica.com/Ressources/i-mics.htm

  2. Gilead says:

    Gallery of DIY “i-Mic” harmonica mircrophones – various examples shown are created from PVC, maglite body, pill box, or a water bottle.
    http://www.planetharmonica.com/Ressources/i-mics.htm

  3. FrenchBen says:

    I just found your blog and wanted to point out that I’ve revived a gallery of i-mics which is much more varied than the one mentioned here on my Harmonica Ramblings blog at http://harmonica.typepad.com.

    In the i-mic section, there’s also an excellent flash animated DIY guide for the i-mic.

    Thanks for spreading the good tips !

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