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    Horn Mics, keep with the Audio Technica Pro35

    I have to add some more Horn Mics to my inventory for a few upcoming gigs. The instruments being mic'ed up are Saxophones and Trumpets. Currently, I have 2 Pro35 horn mics; should I keep adding more AT's or look at something else like Sennheiser e608?

    Or what other mic would you suggest?

    SM57's won't as they need to be clipped to the instruments bell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Vivlamore View Post
    I have to add some more Horn Mics to my inventory for a few upcoming gigs. The instruments being mic'ed up are Saxophones and Trumpets. Currently, I have 2 Pro35 horn mics; should I keep adding more AT's or look at something else like Sennheiser e608?

    Or what other mic would you suggest?

    SM57's won't as they need to be clipped to the instruments bell.
    I would stick with the AT. I have found that doubling the cable back and taping it to the power supply helps keep the mini plug from working loose and popping.

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