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Thread Cheap Insrument mic

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Bluesman522

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1 Posted on 06/06/2004 at 18:03:55
What would be the cheapest instrument mic? Quality isn't much of an issue, just to record a demo. Anything major id do it right and go to a studio.
gawain_en

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2 Posted on 06/06/2004 at 23:21:15
A SM57 is not that expensive and is a true worjorse used on stages and in studios around the world.

https://www.zzounds.com/a--303779/item--SHUSM57LC
mang_en

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3 Posted on 06/13/2004 at 16:54:41
well my friend if i was you and you were me, i would not buy a cheap mic to do my first demo. go out and spend the big bucks on a 57 or 58. or even better rent some mics there not that much to rent now a days. go and rent a akg 414 best mic you will ever use other then the 57 of course
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