My voice, heard by everyone
Here's the thing... When you expect a lot, you're generally disappointed. When you expect a little, you're generally impressed. Given the name, I expected a lot. I was still thoroughly impressed. "What can I do to get this guitar to have that Fender twang?" Ummmm use a Fender and plug it into a good amp. The same is true for vocals. "How do I translate my vocal nuances to the front of house?" Use your voice and sing into a good mic. I've never owned a high end vocal mic. Plenty of "high end regular mics". I've had sm58, Senn 935, 945, beta 58, beta87 (which friends thought would stand up to the kms105😂). I've been comparing the beta 87 to it, as it was the best mic I had. Seriously. No comparison. Bottom line - if you think you have a quality voice and would like other people to hear what you do, you're doing yourself a disservice by not checking out this mic. For 10 yrs with my solo act I've played through a $3k guitar, $3k sound system and a 100 dollar mic. Seems a bit counter intuitive since the vocals are out front. You do the math. After all, it's your show.