I'm proud to own a large collection of various vintage microphones, spanning from the 1920s to the 1970s.
These are a guilty pleasure of mine. They all work, I love their character, and they can still be used on recordings today. I often use the Reslo ribbon microphones on my location recording projects, as they have a very full bodied tone to them, and they are very good for choral and classical recordings. They do however still have their place near a drum kit, a vocal or a bass amp too.
I'm planning on blogging about each microphone in turn on my site, in order to share all the information I can on them, as I know myself that it can be hard to find information about these mics on the internet.
More to come in time!