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I read good reviews on forums for this microphone and it delivers. Very well made, sounds as good as my plain but trusty SM58. Don't need exhaustive Eq, just plug and sing : ) I don't A/B it with a SH55 but I'm totally satisfied. And it looks awesome (but you already know this)!
My husband has been in the music industry for years and has always wanted a microphone like this. Form meets function beautifully! I gifted him this for our 23rd wedding anniversary. Absolutely loved it!
Great classic sounding Mic. It is heavy for light duty stands, so if you are using a boom, you'll need a good one to support the torque. Feels very solid, and i was frankly not expecting a great deal out of it being it's lower cost. I have a vintage SHure 55 for that classic sound, but it can be hard on the mix in some local venues with older/subpar control surfaces. But, there's lots on gain before feedback on this Mic, which began ringing in the 800 Hz range against stage volumes when really pushed up to +7 over unity with a beta 58 preset. It still did not take off and squeal. Sounds better than a sm 58 in it's dynamic range. The low range presence bump is nice for that vintage golgen era feel, dialing back 200 Hz makes it in line with modern mics, and the highs are crisp with good snap up to about 12-14k for the plosives. The sound is thick and has "meat" to it and would make a decent classic lead vocal Mic with good stage appeal. The supercardoid pattern resists bleed from other instruments and amps in a close setting. In a sitting position in a chair, the Mic would have to be inverted, or turned to the side as you would an sh55. Be aware of that if you are purchasing only on aesthetics.
As soon as I saw it here I loved the look, but the moment I picked it up I noticed the front grille was loose and rattling. This is not a good thing for a mic to be doing! I checked the tiny screws holding the grille on and they appeared tight. My guess is either the screws are too long, or were not installed properly. Either way I'm not going to mess with it, as those tiny screws would be very easily stripped out if I tried to tighten them. Its hard to fathom how anyone would send this out of the factory this way. Now, as for the mic body, its very well made! I like the look and feel, and the finish very much. I did sound check it (holding the grill from rattling). And the mic sounds pretty good, although not well insulated from handling or stage deck noise. I'll return and re-order as I feel it's a good deal for what it is, and the problem with the grille could be a fluke.
The look and feel are awesome but the sound quality is what's expected for $50. I'm also comparing it to a Shure PG58. Don't get me wrong, it isn't a bad mic but I'm not a great singer and I need all the help I can get 😁. Although my stage cool factor would of went up with this sweet looking mic.
I am amazed at how nice this sounds and decent it looks for the money! I have a Shure Super 55 ($250) and this mic is really decent for the price. I prefer the brushed nickel finish of the Shure but reach that you can create that look with chrome too. Love, Love, Love this mic for the price!
I sing regularly at a local venue. Purchased this piece for a themed event. I was shocked how well they performed for the price. I wish I had more events where I could use these. Highly recommend them.
It looks really cool, but if you’re performing and move closer to or farther away from the mic it changes the volume a lot. We gave it to a friend for poetry reading. It works and it is one good looking mic