Hey all -
I'm running into a weird thing when using my 831B and recording - a really harsh boominess that I don't think is in my playing - at least not what I hear with monitors and playing live. Just seems kind of whacked, and as I'm really trying to get down to the nitty-gritty of my rhythm playing (my only pursuit), this is pretty important. If it's me, man, I've got a long way to go. If it's a tendency with the lavalier, that would be good to know. FYI, on a gooseneck towards the treble side of the guitar, about 1/2" or so back from the bridge (Craig, I think this was your sweet spot?).
I've got a SM58, my wife sings with us from time to time. I no longer own an instrument mic (had an AKG C1000S - how's the C1000S "MK4" compare?), or the Ischell. Jay, didn't have the best luck with my MXL 603 before, but perhaps it would be different now, not sure (I have a Focusrite iTrack Solo). So, suggestions for a studio/recording mic welcome; as well as any thoughts on the 831B of course.
I should also mention this is all with my DG-300; that's about to change as I'm about a week away from taking possession of my new Shopis (MOdel F, D-Hole). No, not excited or anything....!
pas encore, j'erre toujours.