Everbody know, I like to use a mic whenever I need reinforcement. On my old tailpiece, I had the guys at Gage inlay a little piece of ebony to which I could affix a Latin Percussion CLAW mic stand and have my mic floating out over the f-hole. Well, that sounds like crap for live sound, the sound of the mic up between the feet of the bridge gets me what I'm looking for. But with the LP stand, I had to do a Bad Thing to get the mic there; I had to clip the stand to the side by using the outside lip of the top and the f-hole. All I need to do is catch the thing wrong and BANG, there goes a lot of my hard earned money. Since I've gotten the new tailpiece (and spent a bit of MHEM), the best interim solution I've come up with is to roll a strip of foam and put it in the bridge and stick the mic in that. But it kind of "muffles" the sweet spot. I've only spent a couple of hours looking around a music store BUT, does anybody have any suggestions? It's GOT TO BE a stand that attaches to the bass some way, there's no way a stationary mic stand is gonna get the mic where I want it. The mic I use is an older model of this one, an MD409 (or 402?), the rubber bands around the bridge wings doesn't work so good.