Shure Drum Microphones
If you're looking to add a mic to just one drum or to build your own set from scratch, you can start out by investigating all the individual options that Shure has to offer. You could put the Beta 91A or 52A on your kick drum, for instance; the bass is a drum that really moves a lot of air, so a clear recording calls for a mic that can handle the pressure without getting overwhelmed. For your lighter drums, check out the Beta 56A or Beta 98AMP/C for starters and then go from there.
Naturally, drums come in sets so it makes a lot of sense if the microphones should do the same. For those of us who would prefer not to spend time picking and choosing, Shure makes some ready-to-go drum mic kits like the DMK57-52, PGDMK6 and PG 4-Piece Drum Microphone Package, which provide a complete set right out of the box. The PGDMK6 even includes a full complement of stands and cords as well, so you can instantly go from scratch to a full recording setup.
Whatever your genre and personal style, you're probably going to be miking your drums at some point - so it might as well be with a mic manufacturer that really knows what it's doing. That's Shure in a nutshell: they've got a great reputation and they came by it honestly, by building products that can always be counted on to perform. For live amplification and percussion recording, Shure drum microphones are always a great fit.