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  • BLUEBIRD VS AKG PERCEPTION 220

    Hey Ya'll , This is my first post since joining (fng) and am looking for advice. I am currently using an AKG perception 220 in my home studio thru a joe meek ch strip, and it works fine, however i would like to upgrade a bit. I have read a lot about both the blue
    bluebird and the baby bottle however have not had an opportunity to try either. I am looking for a multipurpose mic. My question is would either be an improvement over the
    AKG and if so which mic would work well for both vocals and instruments. (mainly acoustic guitar) Thanks in advance !!

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    I have an old AKG Perception 200 that I still like, but have not used the blue mics yet. I have a friend with the bluebird and have heard good things about them, he usually uses it for vocals and acoustic which have turned out pretty good. Blue makes a good product. From what I've heard it probably wouldn't hurt to have a bluebird mic in your collection.
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