The Bottle Mic Locker is the world’s only complete tube mic locker in one package. Featuring the legendary Blue Bottle tube microphone, a variable sensitivity power supply, and 4 stunning Blue Bottle Caps, Bottle Mic Locker provides the ultimate artisanal blend of modern and vintage textures. Walk into recording sessions with an incredible collection of tube mics, all housed in a custom-designed SKB® hard-shell case. Bottle Mic Locker gives you the power to choose the perfect mic sounds for unforgettable performances.
The Bottle Mic Locker includes four Bottle Caps, each delivering its own sonic inspiration. The B0 gives you a superior bright, silky tone perfect for vocals. The B6 offers crisp “modern presence” for larger-than-life vocals, piano, percussion, and more. Go back in time with the B7 for big vintage tube tones. And the B8 provides excellent detail for a wide range of recording applications.
If you’re thinking about investing in a new mic, consider the creative power and flexibility that the Bottle Mic Locker brings to your studio. Shoot out all four capsules to find the right sound, layer tracks with different capsules for richer, larger-than-life mixes, and explore new tones for your instruments—all with one portable package. The system comes housed in a road-ready SKB® hard-shell case complete with microphone, four capsules and power supply. And with a whole family of additional Bottle Caps to choose from, you can always expand your capsule collection for endless inspiration.
Featuring four interchangeable Bottle Caps that deliver distinct tonal characteristics, the Bottle Mic Locker enables any recording engineer to accomplish a full vocal mic shootout with a single mic on a single stand. Simply hot swap between capsules to find the sound that brings out the magic in any vocal performance.
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