#1
I'm not sure if this is the right place to post this but I was wondering what are the nady SP-5 Mic's like? there's a sale on them at musicians friend and I was going to pick up a couple of them but I have never used them before. so what are they like and how do they compare to a higher end mic?
Guitars:
PRS Custom 24
Gibson Les Paul 60's Tribute
85' MIJ Strat
97' Snakepit Les Paul
LP Traditional 1960 Zebra
MIJ Tele
MIA Strat

Amps:
Silver Jubilee 2525
Peavey Ultra 112
Jet City JCA50H
66' Bassman
Pink Paisley Princeton RV
74' Vibro Champ
#2
anyone?
Guitars:
PRS Custom 24
Gibson Les Paul 60's Tribute
85' MIJ Strat
97' Snakepit Les Paul
LP Traditional 1960 Zebra
MIJ Tele
MIA Strat

Amps:
Silver Jubilee 2525
Peavey Ultra 112
Jet City JCA50H
66' Bassman
Pink Paisley Princeton RV
74' Vibro Champ
#4
I would be using it mainly for singing or miking an amp
Guitars:
PRS Custom 24
Gibson Les Paul 60's Tribute
85' MIJ Strat
97' Snakepit Les Paul
LP Traditional 1960 Zebra
MIJ Tele
MIA Strat

Amps:
Silver Jubilee 2525
Peavey Ultra 112
Jet City JCA50H
66' Bassman
Pink Paisley Princeton RV
74' Vibro Champ
#5
no they are not a good buy, search riffs and recording which is where this should be and you will find that they clip and break up easily at low singing levels.

the only first vocal mic anyone should consider buying for stage use is a new Shure SM58 dynamic.

for micing instruments, you cant go wrong with the SM57 but the 58 will work in place of the 57 if you have a low budget.

dont cheap out on mics or cables....both are important.
#6
^ Moody and his toneports... and now the Shure mics.

Don't go with Nady. They are bad! The Shure mics suggested above are good, especially for stage use, but if you want a mic for studio use there are plenty of good options. MXL, AKG, Studio Projects, just stay away from Behringer and Nady.
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