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Sennheiser E906
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e 906
Professional super-cardioid, dynamic instrument mic with switchable presence filter. Versatile to handle drums, percussion, and guitar amplifiers.

The cardioid e 906 instrument microphone was especially designed for guitar amps and is also excellent for percussion and horns.

  • Lively, full sound
  • Very fast attack
  • Flat shape is ideal for miking amp faces
  • Three position switchable sound character: bright, moderate, dark
  • Rugged metal body


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SM57 on a vintage Deluxe Reverb amp

...a relatively forgiving source to mic, don't limit yourself to just the SM57. My buddy just got the Sennheiser E906 that he's excited about, I haven't had a chance to play with it yet, but that has three different voicings (normal, bright, and dark). I have an E609 (cheaper, no voicing options) and it's...

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Electric Guitar LDC or is it time for a real preamp? sound, I would build a tent/fort around the amp using acoustic panels or moving blankets. For mics, the Senn e906 might work, but I'm tempted to recommend the Beyer M160. It's a ribbon, but it is hypercardioid so it won't pick up a lot of room, and it has a presence peak similar...

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