#1
Idk if this is the right section but I count my mic. as guitar gear.
but feel free to tell me that I'm not right.

Ok so I need a high-quality microphone for vocals.
I've been checking out Shure SM-58 and AUDIX OM7.
Is the AUDIX worth the 50 extra bucks?

suggestions is what I need people.
So thanks in advance.
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#2
SM58 is the way to go for vocals. Its the "standard".

Then again if you have the budget... It try out the Audio-Technica AT2035.

I am using a Carvin Condesner mic, and its amazing. Too bad they don't make it anymore.
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It depends on what you want to do, TS. For live vocals, the SM57 is pretty standard, but I would go with a Sennheiser e835 instead. However, if you're talking about recording vocals, a condenser mic is a better option.
EDIT: Darn, I meant the 58, not the 57. My bad.

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Live vocals we're talking here
thanks guys!
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