more fake sm57 microphones!

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Just discovered a uk seller in Barnstaple, Devon selling sm57s in quantities of 2, 3 or 4 for stupid money. 4 shure sm57s for a hundred quid? draw your own conclusions...

He goes on to list details of a beta57 (not the same microphone as you know) badly spelt and can't get you to pay quick enough. I know what i think!

Listed thus:

Shure SM57 Vocal Mic Studio/Live Standard Microphone!! The undisputed world standard for stage microphones. Featureing an excellent supercardioid pattern and superioir gain-before-feedback, the Beta 57A is at home on drums, guitar amps, vocals, or just about anything else you can find on a stage. IT's hardened grille is tough enough to withstand years of drumstick impact without missing a beat. And the flat grille design allows you to place te microphone as close to the sound source as you want, enhancing low-frequency proximity effect. Also with its superior internal shock mount, the Beta 57A won't let stage and handling noise spoil your performance.Tailored frequency response provides drums, guitars, vocals, and horns with studio quality sound - Uniform supercardioid pattern for high gain-before-feedback and superior rejection of off-axis sound - Hardened steel mesh grille that facilitates use of proximity effect and resists wear and abuse - Neodymium magnet for high signal-to-noise ratio output - Advanced pneumatic shock mount system that minimizes transmission of mechanical noise and vibration - Frequency response: 50 to 16,000 Hz? PaymentPayments via credit/debit card are only accepted via the following:PAYPAL from Confirmed & Verified PayPal Members by prior arrangement, sorry no exceptions .Alternative payment methods are:Please make sure all payments are received within 2 working days of the auction ending. Attention And the "buy it now "buyer who had better to pay it fastly ,when the item was ended .please send the payment to my paypal account ! !

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