#1
I'm currently using a Shure PG58 for my vocals in my band, but I get the feeling I may want to try something different soon, and since we're in the process of upgrading gear for recording we're also looking for decent guitar mics so we can record our amps. Any suggestions for either vocal or instrument mics? My budget is rather small, $200 for each mic is the limit.
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#2
Behringer XM8500s are brilliant for the price, but at your budget they may be below you. If you're looking at getting quite a few mics though, definitely look into them.
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#3
A few good vocal mics:
Rode NT1-A (Probably the best inexpensive vocal mic out there)
Audio Technica AT-2020

A few good Guitar Mics:
Shure SM57 (pretty much standard in most studios)
Sennheiser e609 (I prefer them over the 57s)

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Behringer XM8500s are brilliant for the price, but at your budget they may be below you. If you're looking at getting quite a few mics though, definitely look into them.


No its not, its Behringer. Not only is it Behringer, its cheap Behringer so its going to be a waste of $30.
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#4
Sennheiser 609 guitar mic. AKG perception 220 for vocals
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