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Rode Classic II Limited Edition
This custom edition of Rode's Classic II is exclusively limited to an edition of 500 worldwide. The release of this microphone coincides with Rode's decision to retire the Classic lineage, following a celebrated 15 years as the Australian microphone manufacturer'sflagship model. For the first time the Rode Classic is finished in matte black, with the "15 Years of Classic Sound" logo etched onto the microphone's brass body. A second of the rare 6072 twin triode tubes is supplied in a custom made, etched aluminum storage cylinder to ensure that this microphone's classic sound will last for many years to come. A leather-bound embossed collector's coffee table book documents the history of Rode's flagship microphone.
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