Shure SM58 vs EV nd767a
Posted on May 30, 2010 08:19 pm
Member Since: Nov 19, 2008
I am considering one of two mic's for live lead vocals. One is Shure Sm58 and the other is ElectroVoice nd767a. The band will be performing Blues/Rock/Hard Rock tunes that also include some acoustic songs. I was wondering which mic would be the most appropriate. I would like the mic to be able to cut through the mix when the band starts playing hard rock tunes. Which would you recommend?
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May 31, 2010 06:45 am Hi, when comparing mikes on thier own through a pa the more powerfull one seems better but when the mixer is full of the bands other inputs the powerfull one can become a bit woolly. It can be controlled by taking down the input gain but once I did a gig with a loud singer using an E V mike and the pa amp burst into flames. :)
See if you can test them on a gig.
Jun 01, 2010 03:32 am Unfortunately I wont be able to test them, and mics are non-returnable items, and no one in my immediate surrounding owns the EV nd767a... I wish I could test them side by side.
By the way I didn't know it was possible to do that kind of damage to a pa amp just with a mic.
Jun 19, 2010 10:19 am Maybe the flaming amp was a coincidence but he was proud of his amp destroying voice he he
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