#1
Hey, what mic would be good for recording vocals and acoustic, my budget is just under €300 . I'm looking into the SM58 would that be a good choice?
Thanks
#2
No, with acoustic you want a nice large warm sound, for the most part. I'd recommend looking at large diaphragm condensers.
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#3
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No, with acoustic you want a nice large warm sound, for the most part. I'd recommend looking at large diaphragm condensers.

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The SE2200A is great.
#4
For vocals the SM58 is always a good choice. With a budget of 300, you should be able to afford one of those as well as the SE2200A suggested for recording your acoustic.
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#6
I agree with the LD condensor suggestion. A "standard" starting point for vocals AND for acoustic guitar. (but by no means exclusive)

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