The Shure SM57 is one of the most popular professional instrument microphones of all time. The dynamic SM57 mic performs reliably delivering natural sound night after night. Its durable, bulletproof design stands up to road travel and abuse. Perfectly at home in the studio too. The Shure SM57 boasts wide frequency response (40Hz-15kHz) and a tight cardioid polar pattern that are ideal for close-in speaker miking.
This is industry standard for stage Micing Guitar amps, Acoustics, Snares and almost everything. This mic captures transients like snare sounds the best and you can also use this for micing guitar amps.
Shure SM57-LC Features:
- Frequency response: 20Hz to 20kHz
- Max SPL: 149 dB
- Pattern and type
- Capsule: Dynamic
- Pattern: Cardioid
- Type: Mounted/handheld
- Applications: Stage, studio
- Phantom pwr required: No
- Size and weight
- L x W x (D): 6.375 x 1.25"
- Weight: .6 lbs.
- Included accessories
- Case: Pouch
- Clip: Hard rubber
Shure SM57-LC Specifications:
- Frequency response: 40Hz to 15,000Hz
- Polar pattern: Unidirectional (cardioid), rotationally symmetrical about microphone axis, uniform with frequency
- Sensitivity (at 1,000Hz): Open circuit voltage: -56.0 dBV/Pa (1.6 mV) (Note: 1 Pa = 94dB SPL)
- Impedance: Rated impedance is 150ohms (310ohms actual) for connection to microphone inputs rated low impedance
- Polarity: Positive pressure on diaphragm produces positive voltage on pin 2 with respect to pin 3
- Connector: 3-pin professional audio connector (male XLR type)
- Dimensions: 1-1/4"W (top) x 6-3/18"L x 29/32" (bottom)
- Net weight (without cable): 284g (10 oz.)
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A must have mic, Bajaao did a great job with the handling of this package💯
,Drums?? Recording or live sound you just need atleast one of this in your life
I use Shure SM57 in front of guitar amp and it works great. At times i use it for recording acoustic guitar as well, it works great if you place it in the right place. I highly recommend this for anyone looking for instrument mic
this is an amazing microphone suitable to record loud instruments/sources. i use this in studio. i have recorded my voice as well, and it is fantastic (both my voice and the microphone :)
shure sm 57 can't go wrong ! i use this for acoustic guitars and percussion .
This thing is a beast! And as you all know this is the most popular snare drum mic out there used in the best studios in the world. I use this one for the snares and the results was fabulous.>
Shure microphones are the real deal, having said by many to completely dominate the microphone market, particularly dynamic mics most often used for live performances. Weve seen these SM models of microphones used in a very wide range of music, such as recording or performing multiple instruments. The SM57 is one of their best dynamic microphones as backed up by numerous years of use by ourselves and others around the net. Theres a reason you see those 4 or 5 star review all over music websites