|Submited By: Jdub00 on 03/31/2010|
As an independent artist and producer, I used these on a project a couple years ago (have 2 full length releases on iTunes) to stereo mic acoustic guitar (Taylor 310 and 714) and was pleasantly surprised with them. After the project I sold them and bought an akg c451 that I still have and use often. I just started recording again and decided to buy a couple small diaphragm condensor mics to stereo mic acoustic again, so I did some research and settled on a pair of these that I would modify based on other reviews and budget. I found a pair of these and had them shipped to me for less than $125. They came in a flight case with pop filters, shockmounts and replacement bands for the shockmounts. After plugging these in and recording some acoustic guitar takes, I was thrilled with the sound and quality I captured, especially with my 310, and will probably hold off on modding them because of how pleased I am. These are a great purchase for someone wanting to do some stereo recordings of acoustic guitar in their home studio with limited funds. They easily sound better than microphones of the same kind with much higher price tags.