Re: [Harp-L] Slide Man Slim youtube post/Finger Mic
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- Subject: Re: [Harp-L] Slide Man Slim youtube post/Finger Mic
- From: "Seth Galitzer" <sethgali@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 11 Nov 2008 13:46:01 -0600
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I've been fooling around with a Suzuki MS-100 that a friend loaned me.
It seems decent enough, easy to hold and use because of the size.
Givee a super clean tone when played through an amp. The other day I
was messinig around with a M-Audio FastTrack Pro USB preamp hooked up
to my PC. I plugged in both my SM58 that I use for vocals and the
MS-100 and tried them side-by-side with harp. The SM58 has a much
wider frequency range and gave me a better-quality sound than the
MS100 in that setup. I might just need to play with the settings a
bit, but that was my fist impression.
>> ...................................................... Anyone know of any
>> other lavalier type condensor mics that work well with harmonica that are
>> less expensive than the countryman?
The beatings will continue until morale has improved.
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