Get the Band Back Together And Sing Into the Shure Special Edition Super 55

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The PXP 3000 Isn't Much Of PSP Clone And That's A Good Thing


This $299 may look like something Betty Boop used to record that “Boop boop be-boop” thing she used to do but it isn’t. It’s a high quality, high-output mic with a supercardioid polar pattern and vintage styling for those who need a little extra to get them through the session.

Based on the original Shure Unidyne from 1955, this mic has a 60 to 17,000Hz and a “shock-mounted cartridge minimizes handling noise and ensures quiet operation.” Sadly, it won’t make me a better singer.

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