#1
http://www.rodemic.com/microphone.php?product=NT1-A

this is the mic I own, and I really don't know a whole lot about recording, especially not about what to do when it comes to me recording my amp at home. I've played live with my amp miced up, and I was wondering if I could do the same with my mic? My fear is that I'll ruin the mic with too high frequencies (or whatever you call it - loud volume, like blowing the mic). I've heard this is possible wit some mics, and I don't know what I have. Does that whole thing have anything to do with the dynamic/condenser thing? Like will all condenser mics, like mine, handle instrument recordings? or is it the other way around, with dynamic mics? I'm probably really off here, so please help me out. I just want to know how to record my amp (and other stuff on high volumes) with the gear I have.

Thanks!
#2
Thanks, yes, it has done vocals and acoustic guitars wonderfully so far

How will I know when it's in the "danger zone" though? How will I know that with any mic for that matter? I know it might sound silly, but I'm afraid I'll put it too close, and ruin something.