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    The Doors' Vintage Concert-Used Microphone. The Doors were one of the most controversial Rock acts of the 1960s -- and that's saying a lot -- due primarily to the charismatic and wholly unpredictable stage persona of lead singer Jim Morrison. Their live performances were always eventful affairs, either because of the music or Morrison's onstage antics -- usually both. This microphone was one of the ones used by the band during some of their live performances, and is in Very Fine to Excellent condition. Requires third party shipping.

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    November, 2010
    13th-14th Saturday-Sunday
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