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I'm so tempted - but hoping I never have to mic a cab again. LOL This sort of optimism usually comes back to haunt me.
 

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Sennheiser have been running theses sales all year, featuring a different model each month. These are great mics and I am so tempted to buy a couple, but I don't see any practical use in the future for me (this would never stop the old me from opening my wallet!). I've been to L&M twice this month, and so far I didn't bite.

Last month they featured the E945. I picked up 4, because I was still the old me then. :)
 

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Better than a Shure SM57?
I have an e609, which is a step down from this one. It does everything a 57 does. Personally I like it better, but it's mostly a matter of taste, though it is definitely more rugged and convenient to use. The e906 is the next level up, so probably comparable to a Beta57. The boost/roll-off switch is a nice feature. The e906 for the price of an e609 is a great deal.
 

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Ordered one even though I already have one. hahaha It's a good deal and a good mic. Can be used for horns and even the snare.
 

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I was resisting but if it's a better sm57, even for voice, I'm all in!
Not for voice, just to mic the guitar cab.

Myself and the singer in the band had replaced both of our vocal mics, I was using a 58, with Sennheiser E835s.
I got those on a three pack sale at L&M a few years ago for a good deal.
 

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I find even the 609 much better than 57s. More forgiving and less harsh even when placed poorly.

I'll go grab a 906 the cut feature is great.

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