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Selling for CHEAP. Make an offer. I'm based in Winchester:
Marshall 1960 - Empty uncovered cab.
Marshall JCM800 Basscab 4x10. No tolex. Took it off and never got round to re-covering.
Heavily gigged Gibson Les Paul Gothic in hard case. Make an offer.
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1.SM87 or Sennheiser E-series for Vox (SM58 for rough gigs or when sharing) - Both extremely accurate mics (SM87 & E935) and high headroom b4 feedback or distortion. Great for singers with unusual voices and suitable for all ranges.
2. Sennheiser MD 421 or 609 for guitars - Great balanced tone. easy to find the amps sweet spot. Usually coupled with a SM57 in the studio = magic! the 609 works better for live applications. Good noise rejection while retaining tone of ur amp. Not as touchy as a SM57 on stage.
3. And I agree with Devi on the 441!... the upgrade of the MD421.. but I only own the 421 and not the 441...
I'm a singer more than a guitar player, and I love the sound of the NTK on vocals. It also sounds great with acoustic guitar and percussion. I haven't tried it yet with amps or drums, but I'll bet I can make it sound good.
if i had to pick a favourite, i'd say the C4000B - it does a great job with every sound source i've tried with it (vocals, various acoustic instruments, percussion) and the look and build quality is exceptional; more than a match for far more expensive mics in my opinion.