Handcrafted contact microphones by Stephen from Glasgow.
For custom builds please contact me here: sales@bbmics.com

To try one out for yourself please visit either of the two following stores here in Glasgow:

Merchant City Music
Jimmy Egypt & Sons

bizzy bee contact mics est. 2008
bizzy bee contact mics trading since 2010


I'm moving the shop section of the website to ebay and etsy:





I'll be removing the website soon as it's been hacked into by a cyber criminal.

I've had a really positive experience trading on MrSite though and would recommend MrSite to new business owners who are looking for a simple and straightforward website solution to their business needs. I would change your password quite often though... but, you live and you learn.

I'll leave you with a positive image. It's of a heavy rock fairy called Trishna. She enjoys making things out of stuff destined for the trash can. She's holding a guitar plectrum to cover her modesty because she lost her t-shirt after a gig. The plectrum is called the tooth pic. and can be played in four different ways; the point for lead lines, the side which her left hand is holding for rhythm guitar, the two roots give out a fuller and crunchier sound as they strike the strings, and finally, the edge above her right hand for some fast rhythm work.

Just simply print out or trace on-screen then tape down onto the plastic ice-cream lid which you were about to throw in the recycle bin and you've got it. Will it be a blue tooth?

Have fun with your microphones and your homemade tooth pic. plectrum.

So long,
Small business owner

PS Everybody's hand size is different so mess around with the size of it in Microsoft PowerPoint until it fits.

PPS This image is also a recipe for a yummy ice-cream desert. Can you decipher it? Well if you can't be bothered wasting time then just scroll down the page.

dairy ice-cream
apple pie
ground cinnamon
stem ginger
crystallized ginger
clear honey

Fold don't mix. It might take a few goes at getting the quantities just right. This is a winter ice-cream desert treat best served in a warmed up desert bowl. Enjoy and thanks once again for your custom over the years. Tatty bye.