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Here are some products any thereminist may find useful. Theremin 30 will receive a small commission if you purchase these theremin accessories or any other items from zZounds.com through the links on this page. The money earned will offset some of the cost of Rick's operating expenses, recording equipment, and software. Thank you for your support! Podcast host and producer

Rick Reid has personal owned and used every one of these products, or a nearly identical item from the same manufacturer.

Planet Waves Circuit Breaker 15ft Instrument Cable
with Latching Cut-Off Switch


Planet Waves has come up with the easiest way to add a mute switch to your theremin. The red button toggles the mute on and off. No soldering required. 
Go to Zzounds for more details, availability, and current price.

AirTurn goSTAND Portable Microphone and Tablet Stand


The AirTurn goSTAND is a versatile, light-weight microphone stand that folds up super small to fit in your gig bag. It can be set to a wide range of heights for playing your theremin while standing or sitting. It has a standard US 5/8-inch connector, so you will need an MHD-4 adapter (below) to use it with a Moog Theremini and many European-designed theremins. 
Go to Zzounds for more details, availability, and current price.


This simple adapter from Hosa makes a standard US microphone stand with a 5/8 inch 27 tpi connector compatible with the 3/8 inch 16 tpi mounting hole on the Moog Theremini and many European-designed theremins (e.g. Lost Volts, Golem, Subscope, and Nano.) 
Go to Zzounds for more details, availability, and current price.


Gator Quick-Release Microphone Attachment



Attaching or removing your theremin from a mic stand is a snap with this innovative quick release adapter. The two-part system means no more twirling your theremin around or picking up and cranking on the mic stand when you need to make a quick instrument swap while on stage. It works with standard US 5/8-inch mic stands and is compatible with the Moog Etherwave Standard and Etherwave Plus. Get a set for each of your theremins. Add an MHD-4 adapter (above) to use it with a Theremini or European-designed theremins. Go to Zzounds for more details, availability, and current price. 

Etherwave Gig Bag



Moog Music made this gig back to fit Etherwave theremins, but it is just the right size for many other brands of theremins, too. It features padded sides, a shoulder strap, an inner pouch for storing removable antennas, and an outer pocket for cables and small effects devices. Go to Zzounds for more details, availability, and current price. 


This grounded 12V DC power supply is meant to be a factory replacement for the Moog Theremini. But it also works with Subscope theremins, Burn theremins, and the Stylophone S-1 and GEN R-8 portable synthesizers. (Use at your own risk with non-Moog products.) It has a 3-prong plug for use with 120V North American wall outlets. Go to Zzounds for more details, availability, and current price. 





Is your theremin just too darn loud for your amplifier? This handy attenuator can help. Plug this into the signal path between your theremin and amplifier, or in the effects loop of your amplifier if it has one. Then turn the knob to adjust the volume before the signal gets to the power section of your amplifier. This passive attenuator was not designed for theremins, but it does work with a little knob tweaking to find the right level.  Try it on a Moog Etherwave or a GaudiLabs Open Theremin to tame the loud output signal. Go to Zzounds for more details, availability, and current price. 

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