Hi! Most of you probably also work as engineers or simply perform live. That's why I'd like to ask you a question regarding to feedback reduction. Til now I've been using dynamic mic Shure BETA58A, but I want to do a step further. That's why I decided to buy a condenser microphone for live gigs. I believe that condenser sounds better than dynamic microphones (correct me if I'm wrong, do you know any dynamic microphone that can be equal to condenser?), but the thing that I'm afraid of is feedback. Is there any handheld condenser microphone that has better feedback rejection, or the mechanism of 'em are always similar and there are no condenser microphones that can be safer live? Also do you know any equipment that can reduce feedback? The only thing I have is BOSS VE-20 which will give me phantom power. What about any other things that can reduce it? I think it's worth to say that I'm sure I will be able to use the microphone in our two acoustic songs (so it's worth buyin' it even for them), but mostly my band is playing some heavier rock stuff and that's where I need to know what to do. I already ordered Shure SM86 since there was a great deal on amazon, but I'm able to buy one more microphone if you give me some advices. The only video with condenser in heavier situation I've seen so far is this one, looking great: Michael Bublé - "Haven't Met You Yet" (Live) - YouTube Do you know any other live performances that are not like in X-Factors or POP music, but heavier? I think that also Matt Bellamy from Muse is using condenser microphone. Any advices? Thanks!