#1
Hey, I've been playing guitar 2 yrs and I want to start singing too. What's a good mic and PA that's CHEAP (therefore not too good I guess lol)? I only have $200 but I really want to start singing. I have a Randall RX120 Half Stack so it needs to get that loud.
#2
it doesnt need to be loud, turn your amp down...

1977 Burny FLG70
2004 EBMM JP6
2016 SE Holcolmb
#3
With 200 dollars your options are limited...

I was just looking in my musiciansfriend.com magazine and saw this

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Phonic-Powerpod-410-S710-PA-Package?sku=630485

looks halfway decent!
#4
Quote by Tom Horn
it doesnt need to be loud, turn your amp down...

+1
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#5
Quote by Tom Horn
it doesnt need to be loud, turn your amp down...


I guess he wants to sing without losing the fun of playing ****ing loud...
Guitars:
Jackson WRXT + EMG 81/85
Les Paul
Ibanez SZ320
Amps:
Peavey Valveking 112
Roland Cube 30X
Effects:
Dunlop Cry-baby
Danelectro Cool Cat Transparent Overdrive
Synthetizer:
Roland EXR-5
#6
Quote by Me@UGC
I guess he wants to sing without losing the fun of playing ****ing loud...


heh, exactly...metal!!!!!
#7
no,

really thats not good to just be loud,

if you want to start singing its best if you can hear yourself naturally,

i'd also suggest getting proper tuition,

i sang in my old band and i sucked, i got proper lessons, and embarrassing as they were at first they made a huge amount of difference.

the pa system suggested is good for the money, get that if you have to...

but i'd say get used to hearing your voice and learn how to sing properly for gods sake. if you start playing in a band, unless your playing in a garage, most venues, or at least all the ones i've ver played in the UK have thier own mics and like wise for all decent practice/rehearsal rooms....

1977 Burny FLG70
2004 EBMM JP6
2016 SE Holcolmb