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This mic works quite well for my application: Pickup of a guitar or banjo through a Fender bandmaster amp. However, since it requires phantom power you cannot plug it straight into an amp and will need a mixer to provide the power. This should not be a problem because having a mixer allows you to fine tune the gain on your instrument and voice mics. I am totally satisfied with this mic, and it reproduces the sounds of my acoustic instruments well from about 3 feet away.
It's not a fix-all. I'm still having issues getting the volume I would like and, to be fair, I haven't tried this with a PA setup yet. However, it does seem to be overall better than either my PR22 or SM57 for recording my guitar and seems a bit more tolerant to where the soundhole is as I move around. So I'm generally happy with it.
That's for live. For recording the thing sounds quite good. Getting close to the quality of my (admittedly lower priced) Behringer B1 I normally use and is certainly easier to handle this way.
I'll be doing a live set with this mic soon enough so may adjust my opinion after that.