#1
Can i run both a microphone and a guitar through the Kustom Sienna 65 Pro simultaneously? - What equipment will I need in that case? - Does a pop filter have any pros when it comes to live acoustic performances?
#3
Quote by Deliriumbassist
Yes you can. Pop onto Kustom's website and find the product manual. It explains in there exactly what you need and how to do it.


I just noticed that it has phantom power capabilities so I was thinking about getting a condensed mic instead- or is it still better with a dynamic mic? Pros and cons? I'm currently choosing between a Samson Q7 and a The T.Bone MB 78 Beta...
#4
Depends on whether you plan on using it for live playing or recording. I suggest a dynamic for live work and a condenser for recording. That's not a hard and fast rule just an opinion. I used a Shure SM58 religiously for live work for many years then about 4 years ago I got a nice deal on a pair of used Shure 87A condenser microphones. I now use the 87A mics most of thime for live work but they are on the expensive side.
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#5
Quote by Rickholly74
Depends on whether you plan on using it for live playing or recording. I suggest a dynamic for live work and a condenser for recording. That's not a hard and fast rule just an opinion. I used a Shure SM58 religiously for live work for many years then about 4 years ago I got a nice deal on a pair of used Shure 87A condenser microphones. I now use the 87A mics most of thime for live work but they are on the expensive side.


Thanks! Just one last question... Would a pop filter make a noticable difference with a dynamic microphone? (Samson Q7)