Ok so I play a lot and would love to record. Recording is also great for practice. However there are SO many different types of microphones from large diaphragm condensers to tube mics to ribbon mics and it gets overwhelming. I am looking for something that will sound closest to whatever Perlman uses. I have a fairly small room to record in that I could load with acoustic foam if it helps. Should I just rent expensive Royers whenever I want to record? Will they make that much of a difference? I was looking at the Rode NTR Royer 101 AT 4081 - I could get for relatively cheap Cascade Fat Head.... but I really don't know. There are so many models. Thanks!