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  1. Peavey DMS-5 Drum Microphone
    Your Price $159.99
    Good Condition
    Huntsville, AL
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    Shure Shure PGDMK6XLR Drum Microphone Drum Microphone
    Your Price $249.99
    Good Condition
    Laurel, MD
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    CAD KM 212 Drum Microphone
    Your Price $29.99
    Good Condition
    N. Fort Worth, TX
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    CAD KBM412 Drum Microphone
    Your Price $39.99
    Good Condition
    Flint, MI
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    CAD KBM412 Drum Microphone
    Your Price $39.99
    Good Condition
    Flint, MI
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    Pyle PDKM7 Drum Microphone
    Your Price $109.99
    Good Condition
    Braintree, MA
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    Used GLS AUDIO ES-57 Drum Microphone
    Your Price $39.99
    Good Condition
    South Miami, FL
  8. Stagg MD4000 Drum Microphone
    Your Price $19.99
    Good Condition
    N. Olmsted, OH
  9. Shure PGAStudioKit 4 Drum Microphone
    Your Price $149.99
    Good Condition
    Katy, TX
  10. Electro-Voice N D868 Drum Microphone
    Your Price $69.99
    Fair Condition
    Brownsville, TX
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Drum microphones can make all the difference between a good recording or live performance and a great one. By taking the time to choose the right mics for your kit, you'll be sure to get the most out of your time in the studio and sound your best when you hit the stage with the band. As you would imagine, different mics can provide you with different types of recordings. Because of this, it's important to make sure that your mics complement one another. One way to do this is to purchase microphone packages. Options such as the Digital Reference DRDK7 7-Piece Drum Mic Kit or the Sennheiser E604 Drum Microphone 3-Pack give you a perfect way to mic your kit with microphones that you know will work well together. This can go a long way in giving you the ideal sound you're looking for; all you'll need to do is plug them in, set them up and start keeping the beat.

If you do decide to go the route of a microphone package, it's important to keep in mind the size of the kit you will be recording. Obviously, larger kits will need more microphones, so be sure to look into a package that can handle the size of your kit. If you're more interested in picking and choosing your drum microphones individually, there are more than enough options available to suit your needs. If you're looking for a mic to get the most out of your kick drum and floor toms, try the Yamaha SubKick Low-Frequency Capture Device. If you need your snare sounding its best, check out the Audix Micro-D Mini Clip-on Condenser Drum Microphone. With so many options, it really comes down to personal preference. The best mic is the mic that provides the level of quality that sounds best to your ears. When you're recording or performing, it's crucial that the drums sound top notch. With these drum microphones you can rest assured the kit will be set to go when you're ready to play.

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