One of the greatest challenges facing recording engineers and producers is getting a good drum sound. The drum kit is a unique acoustic instrument that spans the entire spectrum of frequencies, with the cymbals occupying the upper spectrum, the snare and toms the middle frequencies and the kick drum dominating the bass end. There are no hard and fast rules as to how to “correctly” mic up a drum set: some of the most memorable recordings of drums have used the least orthodox setups – “When the Levee Breaks” by Led Zeppelin was recorded with only 2 microphones suspended in the reverberant hallway of an 18th century country house in England. But for those of us who don’t have access to this sort of recording facility, a more traditional microphone set up may be advisable. At Musician’s Friend we have a drum microphone selection that will easily meet your requirements, whether you want a single kick drum mic or a full pack of mics designed to close mic the whole kit. With the top brands, including CAD Drum Microphones we have the right setup for you. As with everything we sell, all our Drum Microphones are supported by our price & satisfaction guarantees and free standard shipping now applies to all orders over $25, including many heavy items.