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Have you had a chance to try one of these ? Google (amt accrw) I'm thinking of buying it but I haven't found any reviews. Any help would be appreciated. Any suggestions ? I like this one because u can change mic from 1 accordion to the next in no time. Thanks.
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I recommend the Samson Airline 77 Wind Wireless setup.  It's light and you can clip from one accordion to the next, depending on how you mount it.  I've had mine for about 2 years and haven't had any issues with it, other than sound technicians who have trouble adjusting sound.  It hasn't cut out on me during a performance.  I used to have an Audio Technica system that cut out from time to time because of frequency issues.  The Audio Technica lasted a long time and I still have it, but this Airline 77 is pretty awesome! I couldn't add a picture, but here's a link.  I picked mine up at Sam Ash Music, but you can ask any music store to see who stocks Samson Products..

http://www.samsontech.com/samson/products/wireless-systems/airline-77/airline77wind/
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Thanks for the advice. I looked into the Samson that you recommended and I like it I just ordered it online from pro audio guys. Found it on sale over the weekend for $269 I'll post again once I get it and try it out.
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AWESOME! You won't be disappointed! What are you using the mic for? Gabbanelli, Hohner, Weltmeister...?
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I have a Gabbanelli and a Dino baffetti. I like the fact that there's no belt pack so I should be able to switch the mic easily.
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Yes sir, I usually take all 3 of my Gabbs to a gig and it makes it a lot easier swapping back and forth.  I use the 3M Plastic clips with the pull away plastic adhesive to mount them. If you look at the H on my old Hohner, you can see the plastic clip.  It's clear, and not as bulky to mount the mic. You can buy those at Walmart or Home Depot. They keep you from drilling or cutting into your box.. 
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Here's where I clip on my Gabbanelli.

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I got the mic in really quick. Ordered it on Sunday and got it on Tuesday. Very happy with It. Samson airline 77
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