When the AT3035 came out, I bought one. I should have bought two! Even though they are discontinued (I think the 2035 took its place), you can still get them used for a song.
Use For: There's not much this little guy can't do or handle. I have used it for acoustic guitar, guitar amps, vocals, upright bass, mandolin, a drum overhead, snare, etc - and it always sounded great every time.
Build: This microphone is built like a tank! The top of the microphone body is milled from one piece of very thick metal. While I wouldn't say that this mic is indestructible, I would say that you would have to try really hard to destroy it. It's a very weighty and solidly built mic.
It's well built, affordable, can handle allot of dB's, sounds great, and has a relatively flat frequency response. What is there not to love?
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