AnyMic in Zarge Classical

AnyMic/i ... the look of professionals ...


AnyMic/i ...  is an 'internal microphone' for acoustical instruments - where it acts with the comfort of a pickup system but with the sound qualities of a microphone

The integrity of the instrument is fully preserved due to the way of mounting in the side.
Nothing is attached to the top (soundboard) ...


It only needs the mounting hole in the side ...

  • No batteries
  • No cables inside the instrument


Drill, insert, fixate ... done!

... there is no further mounting action or cabeling needed ...
... you just have to connect the microphone cable - and here we go
... with a true microphone sound quality ...
... far beyond piezo screetching ...

AnyMic I Rev3 woundupAnyMic I Cartridge Rev3

Engineered, designed and made in Germany.
Manufactured by hand and every piece is separately quality-checked.


  • Suitable for practically all instruments with an acoustic body
    • Classical  and western-guitars, Mandolines, Ukuleles, Acoustic bass, ...
    • Drums, Kongas, Bongos, Cajons...
      (A soundhole cover is necessary if the instrument should be played amplified)

  • Due to an autonomous connector it can be used in parallel with an existing transducer-/piezo system
  • No cables are hanging across the outside of your instrument.
  • No power supplies or batteries needed
    AnyMic/i is -like any other  condenser microphone- powered  from phantom power of the microphone cable
    So you can forget about any 'empty battery troubles'.
  • No cut-outs for equalizer & battery compartments needed in the instrument.
  • Impact on instrument is 'minimal-invasive'
  • Easiest change of microphone cartridge (push/pull) within minutes.
  • Very easy mounting in 10-15 minutes ... all from the outside
    You do not even have to loosen the strings ...
  • Slim-line XLR connector with gold-plated contacts
  • Active circuit with extreme low-noise transistors
  • In the series no electrolytic capacitors are used that suffer from aging; i.e. long-life without impact on sound.
  • By differential transmission technology (a.k.a "balanced"/"symmetric") influencing electrical noise will be eliminated  (noise elimination).
  • AnyMic/i is pretty light-weight - its total weight is ~25 grams of which 15 grams is for the XLR connector.
    • the gooseneck makes out just ~4 grams - including the microphone cartridge.



  • Mounting hole: 19mm (3/4 inch standard), (Fixating screws: 2,9x9,5mm or M3x10)
  • Monting area: 36x22mm
  • Mounting time: 10..15 minutes
 AnyMic I Placement

By the way of mounting an AnyMic/i hangs in free airspace (sonic space) inside your instrument just about 3 centimeters away from the vibration center and does not touch the top (soundboard), bridge or saddle in any way.

This preserves the integrity of your instrument by 100% ...

AnyMic needs:

  • A microphone Input at the acoustic amplifier or mixer (usualy XLR) with phantom power (24-48 volts; market standard)
  • A built-in or external equalizer is recommended but not a must ...

You probably have this already, if you have worked with usual microphones before ...

Why AnyMic/i?

  • Positioning in front of traditional microphones with microphone stands is history with an AnyMic/i. AnyMic/i is and remains in the position where it is mounted - regardless how the musician moves with the instrument - in the studio, on stage or where ever else.

  • The instrument sound is -picked up by a high-grade microphone- much more natural than with any other solution.
    As a 'true microphone' it measures moving air-molecules which is a million times more precise than piezo pickups can do.

  • Audience noises (e.g. door-flapping, steps, caughing & rusteling) will be far better shielded, if the microphone is built into the instruments body. With the soundhole covered an AnyMic/i hears the pure instrument even better.
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