Shure PG57-XLR Instrument Microphone

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High-quality instrument miking at an affordable price.

The Shure PG57-XLR Instrument Microphone is an ideal choice for stage or studio miking of guitar amps, brass instruments, and saxophones. The PG57-XLR Mic has the rugged build and reliable performance Shure is famous for. Its cardioid pickup pattern rejects unwanted noise and minimizes feedback. The neodymium magnet delivers high output levels. Internal shockmounting reduces handling noise. Its probe-style hardened steel microphone grille allows closer placement to the sound source and provides increased cartridge protection. On/off switch.

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  • Ideal choice for stage or studio miking of guitar amps, brass instruments, and saxophones
  • Rugged and reliable
  • Cardioid pickup pattern
  • Neodymium magnet for high output levels
  • Internal shockmounting for reduced handling noise

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ShurePG57-XLR Instrument Microphone
 
3.0

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3.0

You get about what you pay for.

By Alex W.

from Colchester, vt

Comments about Shure PG57-XLR Instrument Microphone:

This mic does its job reasonably well. I've used it for just about everything a small band would do. It works on most everything; it needed a good bit of EQ help when in the bass drum, but sounded fine with that. I've tried overhead mic-ing my drums and this mic does not do a very good job of picking up the cymbals; they are either not there of way too faint. This mic does work well with vocals though. They could sell this thing as a vocal mic as far as I can tell.

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