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View Poll Results: Keep the microphone shift knob?
Yes it looks cool. 9 29.03%
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Microphone Shift **** Update!

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This is what it looks like now. It will not be functional and yes it sits up higher then the stock ****. Thats nice for me because my bench seat sits up higher then stock seats. Also if I get a body lift latter I will not need the shift extender.



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Well I had a little to drink last night and when I drink I come up with some crazy idea's. Vote in the poll and tell me what I should do. I am a bit uncertain right now. The mic will also be functional hooked up to a pa system and is removable to a point.


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Go with a Shure Wireless. That would be some hot sh*t.
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Going wireless in the future would be an easy add on. Thats the only microphone I had just lying around though.
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lol nope! lol
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I would mount the mic straight up with the mesh as the ****. That would look cool. You could still make it functional with a wireless.
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I would mount the mic straight up with the mesh as the ****. That would look cool. You could still make it functional with a wireless.
thats what i was thinking it was before i saw the pic...that would be cool i think...
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i say mount it straight up as well. nice teddy bear btw.
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Alright I am going to see about mounting it the other way later today. I will post updated pictures prolly tommorrow.

And dont mock the bear he is a great singer and a pretty good cook.
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thats what i was thinking it was before i saw the pic...that would be cool i think...
Haha same here
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My friend's dad mounted a shure mic straight up she hes shifting with the silver part of the mic(top)

looks great.
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You got pics of your friends dad's ride? I wouldnt mind seeing his. I dont know what I want to do yet I kinda like it as a t-handle because of the feel.
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mount it straight up and but make it detachable.
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You got pics of your friends dad's ride? I wouldnt mind seeing his. I dont know what I want to do yet I kinda like it as a t-handle because of the feel.
I don't. He moved away. sorry.
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Ohh well thank you anyway. Time to go play with it some more.
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