I'm just getting a home recording setup started, it's something I had been meaning to do even before all this happened. I own precisely three mics: 1. Sennheiser E835, my live vocal mic of choice. 2. Cheap large diaphragm condenser mic that came as a package with my IO / DAW (Presonus two-input thingy) 3. A Blue snowball USB mic intended for podcast-level work None of them are terrible, but none of them are great, that's for sure. Both the Blue and the no-name condensers seem to give me a pretty sterile sound. The main things I need a mic for are: 1. Electric guitar amp micing (old fashioned, I know). 2. recording acoustic guitar 3. Vocals 4. I may at some point get myself a resonator or a mandolin. Pretty basic! This is going into Audacity for now, as I learn to use my DAW (Studio One). I'd like to maybe get ONE more mic that will significantly improve what I lay down without spending a ton of money. I'm not even sure what type of mic to get. Overall, I'm happier with more of a warm organic sound even if it's a little noisier and even kinda low-fi. I don't have a lot of time or patience for EQing or other studio magic, and I have no intention of marketing myself. This is for personal enjoyment and to facilitate songwriting and band communication. Ideally I would like to push a couple of buttons and be recording, and not have to futz around much afterwards. Any recs? I thought about a Rode NT-K at the higher end of what I'm considering, I also wondered if a small diaphragm condenser might be a better choice. I don't have a lot of knowledge and I really, really don't want to get deep in the weeds of the process. Thanks in advance!