Professional Microphones for any application
Mics are everywhere; here in John Soto Music, we focus on microphones for live sound applications. With us, you can purchase microphones for your band, church, and studio. Singers can purchase the Shure SM58 vocal microphone, the most sold microphone in the world. Guitar players can mic their guitar amp with the famous Sennheiser e 906. Drummers can buy a drum mic kit like the Shure DMK57-52. Pastor or ministers can use the Shure headworn MX-153.
Selecting the right mic is crucial to bring out the natural sound of the instrument. All microphones are not made equal they are made for a specific use. We know it can be confusing when shopping for a microphone. Don't worry let us do the heavy lifting. We know microphones, we can help you find the right one in no time. We carry The most respected brands in our store; Shure, Sennheiser, and Audix microphones.
There is a wide variety of instrument microphones in the market. Every instrument on the stage needs a mic. I am going to share with you the most sold and popular instrument microphones.
Microphones for Singers
Here the list is big but I want to name a few. Great mics under or just above $100 the Shure SM58, AKG D5, Audix i5, Sennheiser e835. These microphones are available in wired and wireless versions. These mics are for singers and they do an outstanding job.
For drums and percussion
There is no secret that the Shure SM57 is on the top of the list. The SM57 was introduced in 1965 and still in production. Use the SM57 to mic snare drums, percussion, guitar cabinets.
For Guitar cabinets
There are several great microphones for guitar. The Shure MS57, The Sennheiser e609 was designed to mic guitar cabinets. Its flat shape lets you hang it by the mic cable. The Sennheiser e906 is an updated version of the e609.
Vocal Microphones For Live Music
Vocal mics are designed to work in proximity to the sound source. Having a narrow pick-up, pattern vocal mics provide high gain before feedback. The most popular mic for vocals is the Shure SM58, introduced in 1966 and many years later still in production. Vocal mics are Eq to emphasize the warmth and clarity of lead and back-up vocals. Its spherical shape minimizes wind and breath noises. Lastly, vocal mics are built to last. The SM58 is like a tank, 50 years later this mic stills the same. Check out all our vocal microphones today.
Wireless microphone systems are popular today. They free you up to move around the stage without the limitation of a cable. A wireless mic(system) is composed of a receiver and a transmitter. When buying a wireless microphone is good to have several things in account. How many wireless microphones are present? And the location. Since wireless mics use radio frequencies, you have to make sure an open frequency is available for your wireless mic. We sell a lot of Shure BLX wireless systems. They provide a reliable connection and are affordable. An excellent wireless system is the Shure BLX24r/SM58