Grab an sE Electronics guitaRF reflexion filter and get the isolated guitar cabinet sounds you’ve always wanted, without the hassle or expense of building an isolation booth. The guitaRF is extremely simple and easy to use. In addition to a mounting bracket, which lets you support or suspend your favorite condenser or ribbon mic, there’s a hole in the filter that’s the perfect size to stick an SM57 or similar-size dynamic just off center of the filter itself. The result is that you can stick one mic on center and another off axis, all while blocking out room reflections and keeping both mics in phase. Its special flat base lets you slide the guitaRF right up to your amp for extreme close miking, and the whole structure is height adjustable, so you can line your mics up with the sweet spot of your guitar cab.
The sE Electronics Studio Studio Mic Pop Screen is a perfect example of all of the advantages a metal pop filter gives you over a standard cloth mesh model. Made from finely perforated metal, each groove in the Studio Mic Pop Screen is louvered to redirect ultra-low-frequency breaths, virtually eliminating the threat of plosive pops. But that’s not all. At the same time, the sE Studio Mic Pop Screen doesn’t affect high-frequencies the way cloth pop filters do, never dulling your sound. And since its made of metal, you can rest assured that your sE Studio Mic Pop Screen will last for the long haul.
The sE Electronics Reflexion Filter X gives you access to sE’s patented acoustic filter technology at an incredibly affordable price. For the RF-X, sE developed new materials that are lightweight yet rugged enough to stand up to the most demanding work environments. An outer composite panel, a wool fabric layer, an air gap layer, and an inner acoustic foam layer form a unique, 4-layer design that imparts near-zero sonic coloration to your tracks. Get great-sounding recordings without breaking the bank, with the sE Electronics Reflexion Filter X.
The sE Electronics sE2200 is the latest update of the company’s venerable large-diaphragm cardioid condenser mic. The sE2200 delivers the same stunning, up-front sound and full feature set that made the original version such a huge hit. This is an incredibly versatile microphone, equally at home in front of a guitar cabinet as it is over a drum kit. And if you’re looking for that first truly special vocal mic, the sE2200 is an excellent choice
The sE Electronics sE2300 is a multi-pattern version of sE’s popular sE2200 studio condenser — and, thanks to its discrete Class A components, it sounds incredible. It delivers the same stunning, upfront sound and full feature set that made the original such a huge hit, but adds multiple polar patterns for even more versatility. Park it in front of a vocalist, place it over a drum kit, or plant it in front of a guitar cabinet — the sE2300 excels on just about any application you can think of. If you’re looking for a value-packed workhorse, you can’t go wrong with the sE2300.
A perfect all-arounder! Many mics claim to be able to do anything, but this one really can! The sE Electronics 4400a is as at home above a drum kit as it is in front of a screaming tube amp, and it can still handle more delicate sounding sources such as vocals or acoustic instruments. Using a twin-diaphragm design, switchable polar patterns, two bass cuts, and pads, you can put this beauty to work doing just about anything. And the flat-fronted sE4400a lets you get right up on a grille cloth for an up-front sound.
Its new hand-made capsule implements a sophisticated backplate design that provides a perfectly balanced sound, so it’s never harsh or aggressive – perfect for sources like high-hats and drum overheads.
It’s also one of the quietest small-capsule mics on the planet – and with the highest dynamic range and SPL handling in its class, along with attenuation pads and low-cut filters for superb flexibility, the sE8 is ready for any sounds you’re making, whether in the studio environment or demanding on-stage applications.
sE Electronics hand crafts the gold-sputtered capsule for their sE8 small-diaphragm true condenser mic in the company’s own clean room. The capsule’s innovative backplate design delivers a sublimely detailed, balanced sound and superior transient response as compared with other small-capsule condensers in its price range. The high end is sweet and silky smooth. Go ahead and add high-frequency EQ — you won’t introduce harshness or distort the transients. The sE8’s short, efficient signal path doesn’t employ ICs or transformers, and this is key to the mic’s remarkably natural performance in capturing acoustic instruments such as guitar, piano, strings, woodwinds, and percussion.
Designed for use with kick drums, floor toms, tympani, or other large drums where low-frequency energy is critical and SPLs are high, the sE Electronics V Kick is the most compact and versatile bass drum microphone in its class. The V Kick’s integrated swivel joint allows flexibility of placement, and its purpose-built capsule delivers a sonic character specifically tailored for bass drums. Further shaping of the sound is facilitated by two switches on the rear the microphone.
sE Electronics made waves last year with its V7 stage microphone. From the same family comes the more affordable sE Electronics V3 microphone for voice and instruments. The V3 shares the V7’s all-metal design to survive the rigors of the road, roll-preventing bevel, and internal shockmount and windscreen to keep stage noise to a minimum. But unique to the sE Electronics V3 are its open-sounding dynamic polar pattern — better suited to guitar cabs, for instance — specialized copper voice coil, and finely tuned frequency response to accurately capture any source onstage including lead and backing vocals, guitars, drums, horns, and more.