Behringer B-1 by jorvelasco
Easy to use mic, not really ugly and very resistent by the way. Its well worth the money it costs, but if i knew at the time about the SE Electronics X-1, i would go for SE Electronics X-1, this is good but in this price of range one can go and get yourself an SE Electronics X-1, wich sounds amazing with voice.
Overall, is good to record guitars, but not so good for voice. If you want to record mainly guitars and acoustic guitar is an ok Mic,if you want to record voice, get ready to use lots of compression and a limiter, this mic once you get into the field of high frequencies, he gets some clipping noises and distortions, so always work on low volumes and adds lots of compression on it.
Well, as any equipament, once you know how to use it, it gets better, but as i said on the beggining, if you are looking mainly for a voice mic, this is not it.
If you want to record drums, this can be and overhead mic i imagine, but i never tried with drums, since i dont want to lie, i dont know how it would work out.
So in my opinion, if you just want to record guitars and string instruments that are not really high freq oiented, this would serve you well, it is a flexible mic. If you are buying this to record mainly voice, i would not buy this mic.