GLS Audio ES-58 ES58 Professional Microphone Mic

GLS Audio ES-58 ES58 Professional Microphone Mic

List Price:$119.99
Your Price: $39.99
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Part Number:37-205-FBA

We buy these brand new Professional Microphones & clips at wholesale pricing and we are passing the savings on to you. They were designed to sound just like the standard in the industry, the Shure SM58. In the history of us selling these mics we have never had even one single customer that did not like them. We have sold thousands and thousands of them. If you like the SM58 you will LOVE these mics. We guarantee it 100%! If for any reason you don't think this mic sounds as good or better than the Shure SM58 we will give you a full refund. All our microphones include mic clips.

Model Number: ES-58
Uni-Directional Dynamic Vocal Microphone
Frequency Response: 50 Hz - 15,000 Hz
Sensitivity: -72dB at 1,000 Hz (Open Circuit Voltage)
Dual Z Compatibility
(Lo-Z XLR 3 Pin Balanced & Hi-Z 1/4")
Impedance: 300 ohms at 1,000 Hz
Size: 6 7/8" long x 2" Ball x 7/8" End

5 Stars
GLS Audio ES-58 Microphone Review by and industry veteran :)
Of course I had my doubts, as I'm sure most people do when they first hear about the GLS Audio ES-58 AKA The Shure Killer. I've been in the industry for over 30 years. About 5 years ago I head the buzz about the GLS Audio ES-58 and ES-57. I've been using them ever since. I've probably purchased close to 100 by now. I've done thousands of shows and never had a failure. I've had many stolen, but never had 1 fail. They definitely sound better than the Shure SM-58. I've stopped using my Shures all together. The GLS give a better performance. Hands down! I've turned many many people onto them and can't rave about them enough. Incredible buy for and incredible mic. Trust me, if you have any reservations, don't worry, you have nothing to fear (except fear itself). I've also used them for studio recordings and micing drums (ES-57). Buy Buy Buy! :)
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from LA, CA, USA. on 1/16/2016
4 Stars
You can't beat this value
I just received my first order of ES58's. I had my wife, who is a singer and bass player, listen while I compared an ES58 to a Shure SM58, and a Carvin M68. I eq'd them flat on the channel, at the same gain setting on the mixer, and flat on my outboard eq. She was able to tell which was which, but found little difference between the Carvin and the GLS, which she both preferred over the Shure. The Carvin, at a package discount rate cost $60 each, which I thought was a great deal compared to Shure until I found the GLS 58. I preferred the GLS slightly over the Carvin, and my wife preferred the Carvin, slightly, over the GLS. However, she conceded the difference was so minimal that the value of the GLS made future buying decisions a no-brainer....GLS!!!! Don't be a brand snob, and go with what performs, and saves money! My wife has been in bands since the 80's, and I have been running sound since the 90's. We are both elated to have discovered GLS mics. I will be trying the 57's soon. I also got some of the GLS 25', and 6', XLR cables and am thrilled with the quality for the value. Far too much of this equipment gets lost (walks away), or beat up at gigs, to spend too much just for a name!
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from melbourne, fl, usa. on 11/27/2013
5 Stars
Great mic at a great price
This is a nice mic for the money. Almost as good as an SM58, and a third of the price. If you are debating between this and an SM58, I would recommend the ES58. If you are debating between this mic and a higher quality mic, I would recommend a better mic like the BLUE Encore 100 or Encore 200 or Encore 300 or Shure Beta 87.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Ft Worth, TX, USA. on 10/17/2012
5 Stars
Don't Wait Like I Did, Buy A Few Of These Now...
OK, I know, I know. Everybody on the web says these are better than or equal to a Shure. That's why I waited a few years to actually try these because if it sounds too good to be true, it usually is. I won't just blindly say the GLS mics are better than a Shure. I will say that they are at least equal or very close to equal in build quality & I will say that they are different tonally the standard Shure SM series mics... The GLS mics are more along the lines of the Shure Beta series which are substantially more expensive than the basic SM57 or SM58. When you consider that you can buy about 4 or 5 GLS ES57 or ES58 mics for the price of ONLY 1 Shure Beta 57 or 58 mic then it's a no brainer... the GLS mics aren't better than Shures, THEY ARE WAYYYYYYYYY BETTER THAN THE SHURES!!! I own about 20 mics for my little project studio... Tube mics, Ribbon mics, LDCs, SDCs, a few Sennheiser MD-421s, a Shure SM7B, Heil PR-40, E/V RE20 & a few GLS mics (4 ES57 & 2 ES58). I do not own a single Shure handheld mic anymore. I just wish GLS would make their version of a Large Diaphragm Dynamic mic like a Shure SM7B then I could unload my last Shure mic :). PS - If you want an amazing recorded guitar amp tone just put a GLS ES57 right up on the grill & a cheap Nady ribbon mic RSM-3,4 or 5) about 6-12 inches off the grill... As long as it's a decent amp to begin with you've got TONE HEAVEN!
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Tustin, CA, USA. on 3/4/2014
5 Stars
I am now ordering enough to fill my back band. After buying this mic on a whim I compared side by side to SM58 and SM57 and I LOVE this mic. Close proximity and 4 inches away produce just as expected for the modern singer. Rugged and well built I am sure this will now be my go to mic for stage vox.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Plainville, CT, USA. on 1/4/2012

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