#1
im looking for a good microphone for around 100 dollars. I want something that is reliable, will last me long, and sound pretty good for vocals. Any suggestions?
#2
Shure SM57, amazingly versatile and reliable (it can do some vocals too but its not the best thing out there if you only need it only for vocals). I believe all of St Angers vocals (however ****ty that album may be) were recorded with the thing.
#5
Shure SM58. Industry standard. I wouldnt use anything else.
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#6
how about the Sennheiser E835? I'm not sure if it matters but my vocals style isnt very hardcore. Like im not into any screaming stuff, but i like to rock.
#12
A 57 or 58 will work great. Both have been used by countless singers over the years both live and in the studio. I've not used that Sennheiser, so I can't comment on it.
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#13
Shure SM58 is the best option in live use. It sounds good, it's extremely reliable, and built like a tank to endure years of live abuse.
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#14
yeah the SM58 is pretty much the standard that all other vocal mics are measured against. its $100 on musiciansfriend, so its perfect for you
#16
My cuz's dad does karaoke and he said that Shure is a good brand which I can see a lot of ppl agree so I'd say go with SM57.
#17
umm
senheisser makes awesome mics for cheap
the e825S is one i own, my friend gave it to me cause he does really sing and has a bunch of stuff laying around
its really warm, and thats what I like about it.