Shure SM57
Shure SM57

SM57, Dynamic Microphone from Shure in the SM series.

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All user reviews of 4/5 for the Shure SM57

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Average Score:4.5( 4.5/5 based on 161 reviews )
 93 reviews58 %
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Value For Money : Excellent
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rogercag's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Shure SM57
Trs a good mic that I used for recording guitar (my hp before a Marshall amp vaslvestate 8240) lgrement DCAL.

I have to retest this with a micro prampli worthy of the name that my sound card Edirol UA5 as a little weakling!
RALIS if I recorded with BOSS compressor, and it really captures the micro grain of the amp and Start ...

recommend it!


I use it for two years, but not regularly.
It is true that it is a micro trs polyvallent but the sound quality also dpend other lments the chain, and SM57
if he has no right prampli lose its quality as any micro elsewhere.

impractical for short possder taken his guitar to amp.

Anonymous 's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Shure SM57
Dynamic microphone, cardioid, instrument.


I use it for a bit more than a year and a year has almost all do (except for taking underwater, but I know too many microphones for a), I have acquired without the test and so it is clbre used and I think we can do the same, however I find that the notes can give is a EXAGRES is true that the sound is supper before a guitar amp, snare, toms, various percussion too bright on scne can grow a lot before acrocher gain, but hey it also shows its limits, a noise conscious enough Consequently, a rponse that colors even when a lot (but not forcment a default). On the Costs It feels a certain dynamic and good precision, but not worth a good capacitor. This is a good microphone, not too expensive (close to 130) which is really good but as its default even when a REFERENCE that all guitarists need to possder ( APRS is their any sound that is in the hands of the microphone!)