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GLS Audio ES-57 ES57 Professional Microphone Mic

GLS Audio ES-57 ES57 Professional Microphone Mic
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    List Price: $119.99
    Our Price: $39.99
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    Part #: 37-206
    Shipping Weight: 1.50 pounds
    Review Average: 5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 (45 customer reviews)
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    We are selling these brand new GLS Audio ES-57 Professional Microphones & clips at wholesale pricing. They were designed to sound just like the standard in the industry, the Shure SM-57. In the history of us selling the GLS Audio Microphones 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 SM57 you will LOVE the GLS Audio ES-57. We guarantee it 100%! If for any reason you don't think this mic sounds as good or better than the Shure SM57 we will give you a full refund! All our microphones include mic clips.

    Model Number: ES-57
    Uni-Directional Dynamic Microphone
    Designed for Musical Instruments & Drums
    Sensitivity: -72dB at 1,000 Hz (Open Circuit Voltage)
    Frequency Range: 40 Hz - 15,000 Hz
    Lo-Z XLR 3 Pin Balanced
    Impedance: 300 ohms at 1,000 Hz
    Size: 6 3/8" long x 1 3/8" Head x 7/8" End

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    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 (45 reviews)
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    5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 You can't go wrong with these mics over the comp! (1.29.2016)
    Reviewer: Shawn Garner
    For the price and sound, these mics just work! Can be a little loud, however after small mixer adjustments you can't tell the difference over the SM57's. GLS has always exceeded my expectations!


    5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 Virtually No Difference In Sound Between The Big Name Brand & The GLS! (12.13.2015)
    Reviewer: Marty Irwin
    As a gigging musician, I have used and owned a number of different mics, including the Shure SM57 & SM58. Since the GLS mics were selling for substantially less, out of curiosity, I decided to try out the GLS ES-57 & the GLS ES-58 in a direct comparison with their Shure counterparts. I purchased 3 ES-57s and 1 ES-58, and when I received them, I hooked the mics up to my PA system. I began my comparison by setting the EQ to neutral. I used my ears to listen for what the differences might be between the Shure and the GLS mics. I could hear no difference. From there, I compared the mics at different volume settings and with a variety of EQ settings, and got the same result. Regarding the construction of the mics, they are every bit as solid as the Shure mics. Based on my experience, the GLS ES-57 is an excellent value. My conclusion about this GLS mic is simply...WOW!!!


    5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 A hust have for every working band. (11.12.2015)
    Reviewer: Hankster
    I tried these mics because of all the good reviews, and all I have to say is "wow". Yeah we have a singer that never brings his mic to practice, so I let him slobber all over my Sennheiser 838. When these ES-57s arrived I let him use one. Now his vocals stand out in the mix and I have to say he sounds better with this mic. Slobber problem solved for 30 bucks. Later I will buy a 3 pack of ES-58 and put a dirty sock over it for my singer, then maybe he will buy his own mic. Great product will defiantly buy more.


    5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 My new Go To Mic (10.30.2015)
    Reviewer: Jimmy James
    If you are wondering if you can buy a professional microphone at such a low price. The answer is YES! I am a professional musician. I have been a gigging musician for a few decades. I have always bought expensive gear and I always relied on the standard guitar microphones for my amps. I now use GLS on all my amps and on stage. They are built like a tank. The sound quality is amazing. If I had to, I could run the board eq flat and get a great guitar tone with this mic. I did a short video of me shooting out the GLS mic vs my e609 (my old go to mic). You can hear the results of the shoot out here:


    5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 Pro Mic! (10.28.2015)
    Reviewer: Jimmy James
    I needed some new microphones for a gig in December. I just needed a a few for some live stuff. They would not be used very often so I needed high performance on a budget. This is what led me to GLS ES-57. I thought it seemed to good to be true. I figured 3 microphones for 10 bucks less than the name brand. No way could these microphones be great. Boy was I wrong. I got 3 fantastic microphones that I can add to my arsenal. I will use these microphones live and in the studio. They feel very durable. They are heavy (weight) and look very well made. They feel and look just as good as any other brand. I normally used a e609 on my guitar amp. It has been my go to amp mic for years. The GLS ES-57 will now be my go to amp mic. It has bite in the high end. But in a good way. A little crunch in the top end but with plenty of clarity. The mid range is very warm. The mid is warmer than my usual mic. It doesnt have that "Nasal" sound in the midrange. The low end is robust and smooth. It does not boost the bottom but it fills it out. I use very little low end in my guitar tone. But with the ES57 the little bit of low end I use just sounds rounder with lots of bass clarity. This microphone is very impressive. This is a professional microphone. This is a microphone you could use for many things. I have brought in other ears to listen to me shoot the mic out with other microphones. They all chose the GLS mic. I made a video of my doing a little shoot out with the ES-57 vs the e609. It is a 30 second clip if you want to hear how this microphone stacks up with a more expensive name brand. Do yourself a favor and pick one or three of these. Here is the Mic Shoot video:


    4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5 ES57 mic (10.10.2015)
    Reviewer: Glenn
    Super fast delivery time. Excellent performance from this mic. I would not hesitate to purchase another should the need arise.


    5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 Most bang for the buck out there... (9.19.2015)
    Reviewer: Steve Lawrence
    I've used these mics in a broadcast environment. I could not discern any difference between this mic and it's Shure progenitor. It's a spectacular value.


    5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 Equal to a Shure Beta 58, way cheaper (9.7.2015)
    Reviewer: Paul E. Mitchell
    Many folks don't realize that vocal mics wear out. Yelling and spitting into causes loss of high end and presence over time. A worn out mic tends to feed back more easily as well. If you have been using the same 58 for years and don't want to pay $100 or more for a replacement, try one of these. Turn off the eq on your PA first - you may not need it. Buy two and keep one as a spare! This 58 is as good as the venerable brand, and possibly better. The GLS 57 is definitely better than the original, particularly the way it is constructed. As an audio pro and performer I have been very happy with everything I have purchased from Orange County Speaker.


    5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 Another replacement for an SM57 (9.5.2015)
    Reviewer: Gil
    I purchased this mic to replace an SM57 that had it's grill badly damaged by a drummer [it was on the snare] at a church that I provide support to. I was asked if I could fix the damaged SM57, I said yes and replaced it with my ES57 in the interim. I noted that the ES57 is a clone of the SM57, however I considered it better than the original based on the frequency response curves of the two. I also noted that the ES57 had a better designed grill that was better suited for the snare in addition to the better high end. After giving them an A/B comparison of the ES57 to another SM57 and noting that a new ES57 was cheaper than a repaired SM57... they asked if I could replace the SM57 with an ES57. I said "of course." And that explains this purchase. :)


    5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 Skeptical at first, but these are great (7.23.2015)
    Reviewer: DatGeek
    I read the reviews and thought I would bite the bullet and buy some to try out. I am glad I did. these are just as solid as the real deal. sound almost exactly the same. they are solid built like a tank.I will never but a SM57 again I will just buy more of these. I am hooked.


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