#1
okay, so i'm going to be needing a couple mics for my recording equipment, and i need for now an acoustic mic, and vocal mic, i really don't know much, so can you guys help me out? i'm wanting to get a good quality, but also i have very little money aswell so, not too expensive
EQUIPMENT.
Peavey 5150
Fender Showmaster QBT
Digitech Digidelay
#2
EDIT: whoops didn't see vocal/acoustic.
Last edited by DuhSpesoBoyz at Jul 7, 2008,
#3
Why on earth would you recommend a Shure Sm57 as a vocal/acoustic mic? I do not follow this logic.

These are the options I would consider for low cost vocal/acoustic setups.

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/MXL-MXL-990MXL-991-Recording-Microphone-Package?sku=273166

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/R0DE-NT1A-Anniversary-Model-Microphone?sku=271593

http://www.cascademicrophones.com/cascade_V57_Gold.html


All are great options. The Rode will have the best sound quality, I find the Cascades cut a close second. I would go with either the Cascade bundle, or the MXL bundle, depending on just how much you have to spend. Having 2 mics available makes recording acoustic much more of a joy.