Discussion in 'Guitars' started by danfor-2, Jun 3, 2004.
Sorry, couldn´t resist it :lol:
Have a nice day, and wear sun screen! 8) 8) 8)
That's pretty funny. Actually caught me off guard....haha
Are you kidding! That's a snare drum mic, I would never use a snare drum mic on an electric guitar.
Excellent! We should play jokes on e/o. and count points.
I think you deserve 1000 points for that one.
The moderators are gonna hate us for that and kick us out!!
Yes, I've tried it, but when I tilt the amp back, the mic keeps rolling off!
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I can't believe I gut sucked into this thread - too funny.
You are such a sucker!!! I sure didn't fall for it, and would never reply to such a message...whoops! Maybe I did!!! Crap!!! Too late!!!
Run Away!!! Run Away!!!
Works great when you can't find your slide...
Actually a Shure SM57 works well on an electric guitar amp.
We used one extensively in the 80s with good results quite
often, especially with amp on overdrive and going to tape.
A ribbon mic will work well too.
Ok, I'm an idiot and even I found that humorous.
Actually, I'm using the Sennheiser e609 more and more these days.
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