#1
I am a complete noob when it comes to microphones and I was wondering a cheap way to hook up a mic to an amp. I dont really need it for serious purposes, just for when a bunch of us get together and jam with each other. I was wondering if I could get a regular xlr wired mic similar to this:
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/AudioTechnica-PRO-31-Cardioid-Dynamic-Microphone?sku=270609
and hook it up straight to a guitar amp with a xlr to 1/4" adapter if required. Alternatively, if that doesnt work, if I got a small unpowered mixer like this:
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/DOD-VAC240-Resistance-Mixer?sku=150102
and plugged the mic into that and sent the output to an amp if that would work with that specific mixer or would I need to buy something like this:
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Behringer-Eurorack-UB502-5Channel-Compact-Mixer?sku=631239
Any advice is appreciated, thanks.
#2
orrr
you could go to riffs and recordings
your choice
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#3
I have an SM57 with an XLR cable plugged into an adapter that has a 1/4" jack that i plug into the amp. Buy that mic you want, get the adapter to plug it into the front of a speaker or PA system and jam away man.