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I have a Mark VI Variotne. I no longer have the amp or control box. I have connected a jack to the wire coming out if the mic in the neck. The problem is: the mic is to sensitive to get any real volume. It picks up actual breathing and if you tap the mental mouthpiece it comes through the speaker. Any suggestions?

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I also play with a mic on my tenor neck. I plug into a small mixer to control the volume. The mixer is 4 channel and is about 4"x6" and sits on the floor.
If I bring a keyboard to a gig the mixer sits on it and I have volume control of the sax, keyboard and vocal mic. before it gets sent to the PA.
 

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mosaxs said:
JC-it has 1/4"
Is that 1/4" TRS, or just TS? If the former then you can just get a 1/4" TRS-F to XLR adapter. If the latter, then you will likely have to get an impedance converting adapter.
 
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