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Old 17th October 2014
Lives for gear

Originally Posted by rmburrow View Post
Some clients won't protest because they know the vintage gear requires cash and TLC to keep it going, but others want the U47 with a bottom line rate when a SM57 or RE20 would do fine. Does an increased bill for a U47 provide incentive for a client to try something else (especially for clients who read about the U47 but never tried one)?
Don't know how Greg manages his business and I'm not trying to answer for him but…clients know they won't get a $5 Plate at Paul Bocuse, or a 5 bedroom duplex on 5th Ave. for $20,000, why would they expect to get a U47 for the price of an SM57?