Our community of artists, engineers, studios and friends have been busy putting our microphones through their paces. We are proud of all the great work they have done with Peluso microphones.  Take some time to explore their stories!

♦ We are still in the process of rebuilding our community pages.  As we reach out to our friends we are looking to update these pages with their recent accomplishments.  If you are a Peluso microphone user we'd love to include you here too, Some of our existing members have been using their Peluso mics for quite some time, check back soon as we continue to update their profiles. ♦

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Floyd Country Store

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The store is an incubator for local heritage music and dancing. Year-round you can count on music and dancing every Friday evening, Americana music every Saturday afternoon and a traditional mountain music jam every Sunday. Many Saturday evenings we feature an old-time dance or concert.
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Daniel Rodriguez

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"The PS-1 is no joke and no exaggeration - the best sounding stage mic I’ve ever sang through. I’ve used it in theaters, festivals, good sounding clubs and a packed Red Rocks. The PS-1 represents the full spectrum of frequencies most accurately without too much or too little in any part of the spectrum. I own a nuemann ksm handheld, and to me the PS-1 sounds leagues better."
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Brain Ahern

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"Peluso 22 47 SE Microphone Using the Remote Pattern Selection with proximity changes there is nothing we can't do with these beautifully made Microphones. The noise floor has been greatly reduced from that of my old Neumann, which I can now stand down to the speculation vault." -Brian Ahern
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Bryan Elijah Smith

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The CEMC-6 is as versatile as it gets. Whether they're being used for drum overheads in a live set up or in the studio, the smooth response tames the brittle timbre of any hit-hat or crash all while bringing out the punch of the kick drum & toms but most notably highlighting the warm, natural resonance of a snare drum. Throw a CEMC-6 on an acoustic guitar in the studio & you'll be immediately impressed by the 'true to life' sound that'll come out of your studio monitors on playback. So much so that adding or subtracting EQ will become a thing of the past.
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The Reverend Horton Heat

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The 22 47 SE picks up my voice and guitar so well. It’s amazing. It’s my main mic… Thanks so much.
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David Pelta-Tiller

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I continue to be more and more enamored by the PS-1. I and the audience and actually hear all of my words clearly and easily and it gives a beautiful musical essence to our performances. I've been signing their praises to our friends and audiences, the PS-1 are going to go a long ways and I believe re-write the book!
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Mark Capps

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"The 22 47 SE captures the sound of vintage amplifiers perfectly"
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Jeff Oehler & Beehive Productions

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“The Peluso P-Stereo and SR-14 Stereo Ribbon are my go-to mics for recordings that require the depth and character of a live performance.”
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Danny Knicely

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'I play high quality vintage acoustic instruments. It dawned on me that I should be playing into microphones of equal quality. I was very happy to find that some of the best mics on the market are made by Peluso right here in my home-state of Virginia. Since I've acquired the P-84, it has been my go-to mic for both mandolin and guitar. I was also very pleased to find that the P-84 reproduces an acoustic bass-fiddle most excellently. Until now, the bass has been one of the more difficult instruments to capture. I've also made a couple recordings with a stereo pair of P-84s and am very pleased with the results. Performing live and in the studio has instantly become more satisfying with the use of these Peluso microphones.' -Danny Knicely
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Brad Wood

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"My Peluso 2247LE was used to record all of Ben’s vocals and his acoustic guitar. Almost every song was based around a live take of him singing and playing at the same time and the 2247LE was positioned to capture this performance. Have a listen to the album: most songs begin with an intimate vocal and acoustic guitar with no effects. It’s a real showcase for the 22 47 LE microphone! " -Brad Wood
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Gene Bowlen & BeARcade Productions

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The P-28s are my go to mics for acoustic instruments and drum overheads although the P-84s may take over some of these roles.
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Ben Surratt

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"I used to covet vintage microphones, but that all went away when I discovered Peluso microphones. My Peluso mics capture what I need in the demanding world of acoustic recording. John Peluso's expertise is of great value to me, and I treasure our friendship. And I treasure his mics." - Ben Surratt
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Chris Sharp

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"Peluso Microphone's have been an essential part of our mic locker since the opening of my recording studio"