Mic in need

Discussion in 'Microphones (live or studio)' started by BABAROGUE, Mar 7, 2006.



    Hi Guys
    I'm new to this site as well as the music business. Just starting with reharsals and playing anywhere and everywhere so there is all kinds of equipment in my way. I fight with it all and often loose my top capabilities by trying to make up for the lack of good sound when singing. I usually can't hear myself that well, since I have to stand far away from any sort of speaker. So the feed-back is my biggest enemy. My range is in between Edie Webber and Bono with slight similarity in color to Thom York's.
    In your opinion what would be the best mic for me.

    Forever grateful
  2. jonnyc

    jonnyc Member

    Apr 21, 2005
    Its not really possible to decide what would be the best mic for you. You should try to find some place, like guitar center, that will let you try each mic out. I was just in there a few days ago and they were happy to let me try anything, even the u87.
  3. Zoro

    Zoro Guest

    Wow the U 87, you dont want to use that in a live concert!! I wouln't, it is true that they will let you try several ones until you find you're self the one you'd like, I will sugest the Beta 58A for live if you are in the low budget area or if you have plenty then get the SLX SM58 it is awesome and it's also wireless, well, hope this help you out on deciding what to get good luck.

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