Electric Guitar & Bass

Electric Guitar & Bass

Your electric guitar or bass wants to be played loud, and Shure has microphones and wireless systems that keep it sounding sweet at every volume.

Amp up your ability.

Strum. Shred. Pick. Pluck. There’s more than one way to take a few strings and make musical magic. Make sure you’ve got the audio to match.

Learn how the right microphone and wireless system can ensure your performance is heard, in all its sound-bending glory. Whether on the stage pleasing the crowd, or chasing perfection in the studio, Shure microphones and wireless systems are there to capture every note.

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Signal Path Podcast: Bootsy Collins
Listen to the latest SIGNAL PATH podcast with BOOTSY COLLINS, the funk legend who redefined the bass during his time with James Brown and Parliament Funkadelic.
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Musings of a Bass Tech
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Signal Path Podcast: Mary Spender
Listen to the latest SIGNAL PATH podcast with MARY SPENDER, an English singer-songwriter with a bluesy guitar style and a massive following on …
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In-Ear Monitors - Keeping the Peace According to SSE
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5 Tips Every Guitar Tech Should Know
Guitar tech, Pjay Johnson (Busted, McFly, John Newman) walks us through his five top tips every guitar tech should know.
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Guitars On Stage and in the Studio: Quiet Is the New Loud
In this article, we cover several solutions to help keep volume down, retain great tone, and save your hearing (possibly even your sanity) in the …
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Recording and Mixing Electric Guitars
The electric guitar is the most successful and widely adopted instrument in modern popular music. When it comes to studio recording, the very things …
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Recording & Mixing Bass Guitar
Bass is the backbone of your music, and in many cases the whole metaphorical house would collapse without it. Your bass should work with the rest of …
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3 Alternative Guitar Mics to the SM57
The Shure SM57 is quite possibly the most popular and widely used microphone to record electric guitars. But there are other microphones that you …
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Wired Vs Wireless for Guitar, Which Sounds the Best?
Opinions vary on how wired and wireless guitar setups can affect your tone. We look at what makes a good wired or wireless setup and how to preserve …