Sennheiser e609 SilverDynamic Guitar Microphone

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Special import edition dynamic mic designed specifically for recording guitar cabinets.

The Sennheiser e609 Silver Dynamic Guitar Mic makes getting killer electric guitar sounds in your project studio or onstage a cinch. The super-cardioid e609 Silver instrument microphone has been specially developed for miking guitar cabs face on and extremely close to the signal source.

Its laterally mounted capsule can get extremely close to the speaker while the supercardioid pattern provides isolation from other signals. The lightweight voice-coil construction and rigid dome diaphragm provide extended high-frequency performance and a long-wearing capsule assembly. Also suitable for miking drums, especially toms.

Features
  • Specially designed for miking guitar cabs
  • Laterally mounted capsule for miking guitar cabs face on and extremely close to the signal source
  • Supercardioid pattern provides isolation from other onstage signals
  • Lightweight voice-coil construction and rigid-dome diaphragm provide extended Long-wearing capsule assembly
  • Also suitable for miking drums, especially toms
  • Rugged metal body
  • Advanced shockmount design
  • Hum-compensating coil

A specialized but very useful mic to have in the locker, plus it's very affordable. Order today.

 

e609 SilverDynamic Guitar Microphone Specifications:

  • Transducer: Dynamic
  • Pick-up pattern: Supercardioid
  • Frequency response: 40Hz -15kHz
  • Sensitivity in free field, no load (1kHz): 1,5 mV/Pa
  • Nominal impedance: 350ohm
  • Min. terminating impedance: 1000ohm
  • Connector: XLR-3
  • Dimensions 55mm x 34mm x 134mm
  • Weight: 4.9oz. (140g)
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5.0

Buy it

By Craig

from Oklahoma

Comments about Sennheiser e609 SilverDynamic Guitar Microphone:

the mic sounds excellent. you can get it exactly where it needs to be for close range guitar cab micing due to the flat design.

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How To Get a Good Metal Guitar Tone

By Michael W. Cooper

from Unicoi,TN

Comments about Sennheiser e609 SilverDynamic Guitar Microphone:

I have used many different mics over the years,looking for that perfect metal guitar tone. I don't know if it really exist's ( for us poor home studio guy's). But, I found this mic to be one of the best available. On a recent recording,I used the e609 and an Audix i5 for micing an Egnater Tourmaster slant cabinet with a Peavey 5150 head. I ran both mics through a Presonus BlueTube DP. The result was a very articulate,clear ,and punchy, stereo sound. The attack had a killer metallic,grindy tone. The e609 was placed straight on and the i5 was placed off axis on the bottom left speaker. For that grindy attack,work with the amps' prescense control .The higher,the better. Watch the EQ also. Most people use too much low end while recording.

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True amp sound. Very pleased!

By JamieS.

from Tennessee

Comments about Sennheiser e609 SilverDynamic Guitar Microphone:

This mic is a reliable reproducer of your amp's sound. I love it. Read the placement instructions included with it. I experimented with placement and mounted the included brass nipple right to the front of my amp. No guessing where it needst to go when setting up and no mic stand needed. I just screw the included mic clip to the brass threads, put the mic in the clip, angling it to the angle of my speaker cone, and I'm ready. If you're worried you'll stress the diaphragm by mounting it close while playing loud, don't be. The only distortion in your signal will be from your amp. It's a good cab mic for the money. I'm gonna buy another.

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