Summary: I have not used this mic on stage yet, but tested it carefully when it arrived. I clipped it to the frame of a bodhran (Irish drum) and I found the sound very clean. I look forward to trying it on fiddles.
Summary: Bought as a cheap alternative to expensive Acoustic guitar mics.I use 2 signals,the built-in pickup and this clip on mic. Had to make custom velcro setup to hold it in place. Very nice 2nd signal to mix with the built in pickup.
Summary: I had the pleasure of working with these mics for 5+ yrs and for the money they cant be beat. I've used them for everything Drums/Percussion, Dbl Bass, Violins/Fiddles, Trumpets,Saxophones. and easily get a good sound with just a touch of eq depending on the instrument.
Summary: this mic is exactly what we needed at my church for the violin player, she goes walking around the stage now while playing. Sounds great, good price, and can be clipped onto many things, or you could also remove the stand and get creative with Velcro
Summary: The AT Pro 35 is a great multipurpose microphone, from fiddle and sax to drums. The listing for this mic said however that it has an on/off switch; not the case. It is a High Pass switch that is also good to have.
Summary: While I am not a sound engineer, nor do I get too technical about the equipment I use, I do have some respect for the Audio Technica brand name. I bought this little microphone for a specific purpose, and that was to amplify an LP udu drum, which required two condenser microphones.
Summary: I've had my AT wireless setup for 7 years now, and this mic has held up marvelously. I play sax and trumpets, along with keyboards & vox, and the sound is always clear and full, and I've never had any feedback problems.
Summary: This a a great mic at a very reasonable price. The sound is warm and very clear and makes you want to take long solos on all saxes (and it even works great on an oboe!) If you don't have the dough for a wireless system, but want to free yourself from standing in front of a mic, this is the real...