The singer in my band is a little hard to record.He has kind of a high voice (Robert Plant/Bon Scott,etc.)All my mics hate his voice (NTK,a couple of AT's,MXL's,etc.).They're all pretty bright,and they seem to over accentuate the treble content of his voice. He was discussing this with someone he knows,and they recommended one of those Nady ribbon mics.I would be hesitant to buy any Nady mics (I've got a couple of SCM900's that I got when I first started recording.Yuck.Although,believe it or not,they sound alright on rock snare.)But I've actually heard good things about these Nady ribbons.The only way so far we can get a good vocal sound on tape is with a 58 (which is fine with me,btw)And I've been thinking a ribbon may be the ticket. So what do You think?Anyone have any experience with them?I know Nady isn't exactly know for quality,but for the price,if they sound good,maybe?