Excerpt: Use ONLY for recording guitar amp. It is clear and balanced, has a switch to contour the high frequencies 3 positions , I usually leave in center . The hang over lay on grill placement method is definitely a great attribute.
Summary: another really great mic for electric guitar cabs, just set it and forget it. most of the time I just sling it over the front of the cab like I would live. that's it. done. although not as sonically interesting as the heil pr40, this mic is a solid goto to guitar cabs and I almost always have one in...
Summary: The Sennheiser e906 is an affordable, supercardioid dynamic microphone tracing its ancestry back to the legendary, and now pricey, MD409. This compact, almost laughably shaped, microphone is deceptive--much like its forebearers and spin-offs there's a lot of sonic potential waiting to be unleashed.
Summary: I have 2 original MD409's as points of reference. As I have only used my new e906 for about 2 weeks, I can say it's a keeper. The e906 is not as full in the bottom end as my MD409's, and not as smooth, but it's certainly on par with any SM57 I've used.
Excerpt: This microphone was pretty much made for live use. I suppose you could use it to record but given all the options out there, it's really not that special for studio use. It does excel in the live environment however, as I think it was designed to.