#1
should i get another one or go with an sm58? i could use to have 1 more mic for backup.

i understand that the sm58 is made more specifically for vocals, is it that much better?

got it for $50 very new condition. looks legit, 123 on the pins and green and yellow wires in the middle.

anyway pic of course...

2001 Gibson Blueshawk (chicago blue)
2001 Gibson Les Paul Custom (ebony)
1997 Ernie Ball MusicMan Stingray (red)
Peavey Classic 50 410 w/ celestions
Line 6 Pod X3 Live
Roland Microcube
Acoustic B200
#2
SM57 is designed for instruments, but it would work. The SM58 would be better for vocals, and the Beta 58A even more so.
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#3
get SM58. WAY better. its good for both live and studio
Quote by valterra
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#4
ok cool.

i'll look for an sm58 next.

thanks.
2001 Gibson Blueshawk (chicago blue)
2001 Gibson Les Paul Custom (ebony)
1997 Ernie Ball MusicMan Stingray (red)
Peavey Classic 50 410 w/ celestions
Line 6 Pod X3 Live
Roland Microcube
Acoustic B200
#5
Quote by distortion896
get SM58. WAY better. its good for both live and studio


Not way better on guitar amps, or snare drums.