SM57 on guitar amp, anyone tried it?

Discussion in 'Guitars' started by danfor-2, Jun 3, 2004.

  1. danfor-2

    danfor-2 Guest

    Sorry, couldn´t resist it :lol:

    Have a nice day, and wear sun screen! 8) 8) 8)
  2. djui5

    djui5 Guest

    That's pretty funny. Actually caught me off guard....haha
  3. EricK

    EricK Guest

    Are you kidding! That's a snare drum mic, I would never use a snare drum mic on an electric guitar.
  4. tomtom

    tomtom Guest

    :D :D :D

    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!!

  5. jodyjfk

    jodyjfk Guest

    Yes, I've tried it, but when I tilt the amp back, the mic keeps rolling off!
  6. Aziel

    Aziel Guest

  7. Littlebush

    Littlebush Guest

    edited for off topic content
  8. buttachunk

    buttachunk Guest

    edited for off topic content
  9. Swift

    Swift Guest

    I can't believe I gut sucked into this thread - too funny.

  10. Doublehelix

    Doublehelix Well-Known Member

    Oct 7, 2001
    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!!! ;)
  11. Midlandmorgan

    Midlandmorgan Active Member

    Jul 21, 2002
    Works great when you can't find your slide...
  12. neptune

    neptune Guest

    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.
  13. therecordingart

    therecordingart Well-Known Member

    Jul 28, 2004
    Ok, I'm an idiot and even I found that humorous.
  14. Screws

    Screws Active Member

    Feb 16, 2001
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    Actually, I'm using the Sennheiser e609 more and more these days.
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