#1
i have an Audio-Technica cardioid condenser mic, and it says not to use it for drums, but i was wondering if it would be safe to mic my guitar amp with it. the amp will not be all that loud, but i know that some frequencies will hurt it. the mic i have is model AT3035, and i have a fender 300 watt amp. any help would be appreciated
#2
As far as I know that mic is designed for being used with high sound pressure levels, so should handle the job with ease.
#3
Safe? Yeah, it's not like the microphone will explode. . .

Doubtful it'll sound like a properly placed SM57, though.
#4
It should actually sound better, did some research - it's a cardiod condenser mic he's got, should be great for studio recordings.
#5
ya, i actually have a SM57, and they are crap compared to what i have now. thanks for the info, i tried it anyway, and sang into it after, and it sounded fine
#6
300watt amp? Jesus fucking christ! What make/model?
~~One Off Custom Strat~~
- 3 piece alder body
- Maple on rosewood 21 fret neck
- '82 Fender pickups


~~'92 Toyota Supra~~

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- Tuned on 93 octane
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