#1
Mics! i ned a decent mic and im willing to spend £50-£100 on it. Mostly i need as somethign to record voices but it would be good if it was good for puting it next to an amp and actually sound ok... any suggestions?
#4
Sure SM58 for vocals, SM57 for amps, but I'm sure each one will do both (just one will do one a bit better than the other and so on)
"Breathe, breathe in the air
Don't be afraid to care"

Fender Strat/Tokai LS80>few pedals>Orange Rocker 30
#5
dude sennheiser is thats how you spell it. sennheiser e835 has more clarity less feedback and the shure hasnt changed in years.
xxx

my rig:
-gibson les paul studio (sh4-bridge)
-peavey valve king 212
-electro-harmonix english muff'n
-roland micro cube
-digitech digidelay
-digitech grunge
-rocktron hush pedal
-fender pedal tuner
#6
SM57 is the way to go. It's the "do it all" mic.

I bought one a few years ago when they were only $70 new and im kicking myself in the ass for getting rid of it. (I sold off all of my recording equipment like a moron)

SM57 will be the mic I buy when my band gets going.