This might sound like a silly question (as i know Neumann mics are legendary microphones), but I am looking to buy a new mic for my studio. I have tried the Rode K2 and I really liked the sound of it on vocals, it sounded a much warmer than my SE electronics mic. But I don't know weather i should buy this mic, or save up a bit more and get a Neumann TLM103 (which i haven't tried before, and I'm just relying on the name and reputation). I want a mic that doesn't sound thin, the Rode K2 didn't, but Im not experienced enough to know weather its the valves that do this to the sound or weather its just a better quality mic than mine. Basically I don't want to find that I save up and buy a Neumann mic and because its just a condenser (with no valves in it) find that it still has the same similar thin sound as my cheap SE mic. I am looking for a mic that sounds good on vocals but also can help give me a good powerful big sound on guitar amps (if that is possible). is it a Valve mic i need or would the Neumann achieve what i am looking for?