Rebuilt Custom White Powdercoat Shure 707A, 1953 Shure Black Label CR Element


Pre-Owned Custom Harley White Powder Coat Bullet Microphone
Awesome Crunchy Tone!
High-Impedance Harmonica Microphone
Integrated Volume Control
Premium Knurled VC Knob
Rare Original Shure 707A Blue Chicago Model Tag
Vintage September 1953 Shure Controlled-Reluctance Element
Black Label Model 99H86 336
Fully Tested and Working

This is a very nice original Shure 707A that’s been powder-coated, freshly-chromed, and newly rewired, with a new Switchcraft cable connector, premium volume control knob, custom element gasket, and a really great-sounding Black Label Controlled-reluctance element from September 1953. I am the original builder of the mic. Sadly, the original Shure crystal element finally failed and I replaced it with the Black Label.

Tone-wise, this mic has great distortion when cupped, and a bright, loud sound uncupped. Really one of the best I’ve rebuilt. Better than most of the new harp mics available today.

The grill on this baby is bright, excellent condition show-chromed finished. Pay careful attention to the photographs. There are some nicks in the powder coat, and some permanent faint purple areas in the powder too. I did my best to remove them with no luck. You have to look closely to see the flaws. The blue 707A stamped tin tag is in fabulous cosmetic shape.

Looks and sounds simply awesome.

The mic features:
– Strong 1953 Shure 99H86 336 element
– Black Label controlled-reluctance
– Original Shure 707A Blue Tin Model Tag
– Integrated Volume Control
– Premium Volume Control Knob
– Switchcraft 5/8” screw-on connector
– 1167 Ohms, Strong element
– Custom stainless steel mesh
– Powder coated with gloss topcoat

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Additional Information
Weight1.5 lbs
Dimensions3 × 3 × 3 in