...x MC930 - Fantastic O/H mic's which I think are highly underrated 2 x OPUS87/89 - OK for live toms 1 x M69TG - Very sweet on clean, clean guitar amp tones
...condenser-like. If you want a more "tucked in" sound, but still with some presence and nice warmth, try a Beyer TG69. These are both high quality, well built stage mics that will work fine in studio, both have beefy transformers, sturdy brass bodies, and good professional capsule design, unlike many modern cheap mics...
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The M 69 TG is a professional dynamic microphone with a wide frequency response and can be used in studio or live applications. In live situations its excellent hypercardioid pickup pattern guarantees high gain before feedback by comparison to other microphones. The M 69 TG is well suited for sound contractors for use in churches or as an announcers microphones. In the studio its uses are wide varied but can be particularly recommended for the recording of guitars, brass and woodwind. The M 69 TG has a reinforced basket to withstand rough handling when being used for more demanding applications.