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LMike
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Are those mics for hobbyists?
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matthewgorman
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Lots to choose from and as others have said - although difficult - best to try before you buy since microphonse are so personal to one's voice


And please watch the silibence. Your s seems a bit off.
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Kiwicomposer
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Sorry not following your pricing guideline..
I love the Rode NT2000.
(OK it is around US$600)

But
Its "infinitely" variable Polar Patterns, "infinitely" variable Hi Pass, and :"infinitely" variable Pad etc make it a very very versatile Mic. And, like so many Rode Mics, it is a sturdy model that will take a beating.

http://www.rodemic.com/microphones/nt2000

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Nutti
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I've got the shure pg27, love it combined with a sm57 on guitar cabs. I never liked it on vocals, although it's cardioid it seems to pickup alot more room than my other cardioid mics. Got the rode m3 a few months ago and that was nice on acustic guitar but really super on hihats. My first choise on vocals is a sennheiser mk4


EDIT: This is a great thread by the way....nice to see what people use and where anyone up for a preamp thread?

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