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As tough as an SM58
I've been using these mics on stage since switching from Shure SM58's about ten years ago. When holding a mic, I tend to cup that sucker (bad habit and so very 90's, I know. Shut up. But it can take it.) They're also tough enough to take any of the stupid things I do to a mic on stage. Oh, yeah, and they sound alright for my histrionic wailing.
Good price, great sounding vocal mike
My preferred live vocal mike, unless you are super loud on stage (e935 for that). Natural sounding on most voices, can be a little sizzly on females with high voices. Less presence peak than SM58s and smoother. A good deal on eBay used.
A great vocal mic
This is the mic I bring to shows with me. I like the flat grill (Since I sometimes hit my teeth on a round sm58, and I like that the high end of this mic cuts through a mix a little better. However, I have noticed this mic feedbacks easier than an sm58.