Reviews and Problems with Shure SM58 - 40th Anniversary Limited Edition Microphone
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Shure microphones are the top of the line in quality and indurance
9 April 2014
Summary: Sensational, extremely happy with my purchase. Shure has been the microphone name I have used for over 40 years, one of my Shure mic's from decades gone by is still going strong though been dropped, kicked around, even slammed to the floor once, but still survived, and only one of many over the years.
Excerpt: I wanted to move up to a better vocal mic and after trying out various ones settled on this standard. Sound is much clearer on recordings and live but the best improvement I've noticed is it is much easier to use. I always had trouble finding the sweet spot when singing with my former cheapy mic but the Shure has a lot of tolerance.
Excerpt: I love this mic. It sounds great and only pics up what is close to the mic and not any of the noise around. It's also super durable. For a school where our students will drop it frequently, it's holding up great!
Pros: Durable, Easy To Use, Lightweight, Versatile
Excerpt: The most dependable mic I've ever used, meaning I've used this model for years on everything from studio recording to live performance, and most recently on live play-by-play broadcast as a nat-mic (field mic) to pick up "the sounds of the game," and it serves as a backup mic in case a headset malfunctions and I need an instant backup. It's not a super high-end studio mic but it sounds great for my application, and best of all, this mic can take the road.
Pros: Clear Sound, Durable, Easy To Use, Versatile