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coleman  
2 Jun 2010 02:57 | Quote
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what is the best value? under 250 thanks!
JazzMaverick  
2 Jun 2010 12:47 | Quote
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Ebay it man :)

Honestly mean no offense here, but you're basically asking if we can do the research for you. The best is expensive, but you can find some pretty good ones under 250, you just gotta search and compare. :)
future_god_of_the_axe  
2 Jun 2010 13:57 | Quote
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Here man, get the Mic Mate and then get a Shure SM58 for vocals or a SM57 for guitar. thats what i use and i have no plans to change it. the mic mate is $50 and the shure mics are around $100. you can get both the SM's and still be within your budget.

http://www.guitarcenter.com/MXL-MXL-USB-Mic-Mate-Classic-104615877-i1326025.gc

http://www.guitarcenter.com/Shure-SM58-Mic-100038284-i1126419.gc

http://www.guitarcenter.com/Shure-SM57-Instrument-Vocal-Mic-100038239-i1126420.gc
coleman  
2 Jun 2010 16:13 | Quote
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thanks, i think thats the route im gonna take.
Doz  
2 Jun 2010 19:40 | Quote
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You might want to get a condenser microphone for vocals and acoustic guitar, rather than a dynamic mic like the SM57 or SM58. I've been looking at a cheap one called the MXL 990, and also the RODE NT1a.

Unless you were going to use it live, then yeah... the SM58.
EMB5490  
2 Jun 2010 19:56 | Quote
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welcome back doz... long time eh?
Doz  
2 Jun 2010 20:03 | Quote
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Ha yeah, thanks. Check out my recent topic if you get chance! /shameless plug.
Mici  
3 Jun 2010 16:40 | Quote
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Whoaaa! Doz is back. Welcome back man. I was just thinking what might have happened to you a few days ago.
Doz  
3 Jun 2010 17:28 | Quote
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Ha cheers, you should check my topic as well, let me know what you think! Sorry for the thread hijack coleman, so I'll get on topic.

What are you going to be recording?
coleman  
6 Jun 2010 02:00 | Quote
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no problem man! and uhhh welcome back i guess. Im gonna record lots of diffrent stuff. i have this i idea to take random sounds (car starting, door shuting, animals) and add a bunch of effects to them, make some noises, maybe record a folk ep, whatever i want really. my built in mic just isn't cutting it anymore.


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