Mic Your Wish Holiday Giveaway

Which Shure wired microphone have you always wanted?

Tell us in a comment below by December 17, 2012. If we randomly draw your name from the commenters, you’ll win the Shure microphone of your dreams! (Exclamation point!)

Any current Shure wired microphone is fair game. Seriously. Doesn’t matter if it’s for vocals, guitar, drums, broadcast, podcast—anything goes. Discontinued microphones are off the table, though. Take a look at our Microphones catalog on our website, and unleash your fantasies.

Fine print: to win, you must be 18 or older and a U.S. resident. Legal stuff makes it hard for the Shure elves to ship overseas. Check out the official rules on shure.com.

So, get wishing, rock stars! The elves are standing by to make it happen for one lucky winner. Happy holidays to all!

12-20-12 UPDATE: And the lucky winner is…Greg Schreiber of Millerstown, PA, a luthier who makes gorgeous autoharps. Congratulations, Greg, and happy holidays on behalf of everyone at Shure!

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Allison Wolcott

Allison Wolcott

Allison Wolcott started singing at Shure and now sings wherever they'll let her. She wishes she were Brandi Carlile, Neko Case, and Johnny Cash all rolled up in a voice box. Her favorite mic is the BETA®87A. Interviews with product developers and general Shure news are her beat.

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  • Shaun says:

    The great and legendary SM7B

  • Shelle Blue says:

    My holiday wish is to have a KSM353 cuz that would be a Shure deal!

  • Shelle Blue says:

    This Christmas I’m dreaming of a Shure Holiday with a KSM353!

  • daephias says:

    I’ve always liked.shure products but my wish it to try the sm58 package

  • Tad Santos says:

    KSM44a for general recording

  • John Booth says:

    I would love a KSM9

  • Kyle says:

    Since I seen them, I’ve always wanted to own/use the Beta 181s.

  • Chris Eslinger says:


  • I use the sm 57 and sm58 great quality for live shows and for the studio there are other mic s from different company’s but there s only the shure co.for shure. No one else does it better.

  • Hello, my name is Reid Peterson. I currently do all of my live music at a small church plant in southeast MN in a little town called Winona. I play acoustic guitar and sing by myself on Wednesday nights for the youth’s worship portion of the evening. I play drums on Thursday night for the college ministry and Sunday evening for the main church service. If I’m not playing I’m used as a sound engineer. I just got of a school assembly tour Friday as the sound engineer as well.

    I have always used SM58’s vs. the Senn. e835’s we have. Something about the sound I guess! I have always dreamed of my voice, or the lead singer’s if I am off the stage. I’ve heard other people rant about it and I just gotta have it! Someday! (If your reading this it’s probably TODAY!!!)

  • Jennifer says:

    I would love the SM 86. I think it would really showcase my voice nicely.

  • Bridge Lee says:

    SM 58

  • Richard McBee says:

    hello, i would like to win the ksm313/ne.ive already got the sm7b an i love it would love to try another shure product especially for free 🙂 so ima sit back an hope i win now thanks.

  • JD Ranola says:


  • David Phung says:

    I have always wanted the Shure DM 57 due to its industry standard qualities and professional sound that it always deliver. Always rekindle and there for use.

  • I’d LOVE an SM-58, it’s absolutely the best!

  • jeremy carey says:

    KSM 32

  • Ray Grens says:

    I have always wanted a pair of SM81’s. I have used them for so many events, and they are just so great sounding and versatile, they should be the requirement of any legitimate stage show. Choirs, pianos, symbols, rare string instruments, this mic is just so useful in so many ways.

  • Kurtis Brabeck says:

    Shure sm57 all the way!

  • I have always wanted the classic SM58. The one I have is broken. I’m a touring musician and it would be a wonderful Christmas gift. Horns up!

  • Alex Robinson says:

    I’d love to get a try with an SM7B, ever since I’ve heard what it can for some vocal tracks! Cheers.

  • I want any compatible with the pgx if possible the whole pack!

  • ijaz Samuel says:

    I have always wanted SM58, the best mic for vocals. God bless Shure 🙂

  • Edward Denney says:

    I would love to have the KSM9/SL because I currently have the super 55 (which is awesome) but to take my live performances to the next level, the KSM9/SL would look and sound fantastic!

  • Josh says:

    sm-57 is the best thing. Ever.

  • Kameron Hartstern says:

    Definitely the good old 58 for me.

  • Clint says:

    Proud owner of the SM57, why not a 58 to add to it. Merry Christmas!

  • shanda grant says:

    I think a SM. Not sure what is actually the best for our church youth choir. I pray i win. If i do IT WILL GO TO WALKERS CHAPEL MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH along with any other donation that i receive. thank you and god bless.

  • Ty King says:

    As a live engineer, I’ve used a wide variety of Shure mics! Already having a quite a few, I’ve always wanted a KSM 32!

  • Alex Beitzel says:

    Love the Shure KSM9!

  • Shure products are what me and my friend use exclusively. He is a small business owner for an audio company and we are very proud of the quality of Shure.
    The mic I have always been a fan of is the KSM9. It has sounded phenomenal on all live performances I have heard it on as well as the live recordings of certain artists.

  • Super 55


    I already use a SHURE SM57, but I wanna look cool as well!!

  • Jason says:

    KSM 42 would be the mic I would choose. I am currently using a KSM 27.

  • Doug says:

    I’ve wanted a Beta 58A mic for some time now. Thanks!

  • Jim Corry says:

    SM57 for mixing my drum kit

  • Devin grant says:

    I would absolutely love a ksm313 please. Love your stuff! Thanks!

  • Drew says:

    Shure SM7B is the greatest!

  • That’s easy! The Shure KSM-44. Why? I’m a working actor who also does voice-overs. I’ve used several mics for voice-over, including a beta87 and a couple different large-diaphragm vocal mics. I would really like to take my voice-over work to the next level. Stellar reviews of the KSM-44 tell me this would be “the” large-diaphragm vocal-mic-of-choice for any aspiring voice-over artist. Pick me…please! 🙂

  • Artie Norton says:

    I’ve had my eyes on a KSM44A for a while. Way out of my budget. It would take a small miracle for one to wind up in my little studio.

  • kolten kroeger says:

    If I were lucky enough to win I’d wish for Shure(way better than Santa) to bring me a Shure KSM9 Dual Diaphragm Performance Condenser Microphone And world peace but if you can only swing one I’m perfectly happy with the Mic 🙂

  • JeremyDevlin says:

    The Super 55 would be a dream come true to call my own. That vintage style just adds to the mood, the cupped hand of the crooner, the melodic voice captured perfectly by Shure.

  • Scotty D says:

    I am a VoiceOver artist but currently don’t have a good Shure condenser or ribbon mic to use. I own three other Shure microphones and Love them all. I am looking to add the Shure KSM 353/ED to my VoiceOver studio. If I could have my mic wish holiday present it would be the Shure KSM 353/ED!

  • Andy Munoz says:

    I would absolutely love to own a KSM 44-A. I’ve wanted to upgrade for a while from a perception 420 and this would be perfect.

  • I think the new VP-89M would solve a need to mic the congregation for our recording and video presentations. The difficulty is recording the congregation without including the PA and the very live acoustics of the sanctuary.

    First Congregational Church UCC, SAGINAW MI.

  • Dave Alewine says:

    KSM313 Dual-Voice Ribbon Microphone

  • Tomas irigoyen says:

    I have always dreamed of owning your sm7b I’ve heard this wonderful microphone of numerous records of bands I love . I would love the opportunity of owning my very own sm7b to use in my studio . Thank you for always giving opportunities to your clients im looking foward to to owning this microphone 🙂

  • Michael says:

    I would love to add the KSM313/NE to my home studio. Thank you.

  • I would much appreciate a KSM9 in black please! Thank you. Merry Christmas!

  • Mike koole says:

    If i could choose any of the great shure mics i personally would want the sm58 Its great for my vocals and the quality it amazing

  • Ryan Mixson says:

    Beta 87C. Great vocal mic, great frequency response.

  • Will says:

    Shure 55sh

  • Stephen says:

    If I can only have one then I absolutely have to go with beta 91A. My next purchase will be sm 81’s I use Shure mics on everything!

  • Ethan says:

    I would love to add a Beta181/kit or Beta181/s to my collection. They would see some great use!

  • Michael says:

    I’ve been wanting an SM7 for some time now! But what the heck… how about one of those lovely ribbon mics?

  • Michael says:

    I sure would love to have that KSM353/ED!

  • Kevin Sturmer says:

    My SM7b has been my go to vocal mic for some time now. I would love to try a KSM353. Thank you for the opportunity.

  • Armando Alarcon says:

    Mics, mics, mics,there’s so many types and flavors of Sure mics, yet so little money.

  • Mike Rivers says:

    To be greedy, I’d like to have a KSM353. I thought highly of the design from Crowley & Tripp, the original manufacturer and was happy to see Shure take over the product and assure that it will remain in production.

    However, to be practical, I use small diaphragm condenser mics more than anything else. I’ve liked working with the KSM141 and would be happy to have another. So, yeah, gimme one of those. Or if you’re generous, I’ll be happy to take a KSM353. I have enough SM57s already, thank you.

  • Lynn says:

    Always wanted a SM 58S

  • KSM-44A For a flat frequency response and extended low-end! What could be better for recording a band of basses? Oh, I’ll need four of them please, Santa.

  • I would love to add a SM81 to the mic locker. Love your products!

  • David says:

    Dude, Shure microphones are great! I love the Beta 52A. It has a great sound and is so durable. I love not having to worry about the amount of abuse it’s exposed to!

  • Sarah Detrick says:

    Asa theatre director, I am always making wish lists for new equipment. On the top of my current list are Shure wireless boundary microphones. Without the ability to purchase headset mics for everyone performing on stage, these mics would pic up more sound from the ensemble cast.

  • carlos hernandez says:

    Hi i play the accordion for a regional mexican norteño group……i have two accordions and i always wanted the shure beta 98 wireless mic system but always too expensive for to afford two one for each accordion…….it will be more convinient for me to have the wirelss system due to the fact that i can interact more with the fans than to just stand in one spot and not move at all……thanks for time and merry xmas

  • Steve Smith says:

    The Shure KSM44A microphone would help me finish my Jazz project.

  • Kristopher Cowley says:

    Absolutely love Shure mics!
    Sm7b for me.

  • Alan Geierman says:

    I want a SM 57 for performing. That’s all..

  • I love my sure headset mic because as a drummer it’s so easy to use! I also love my SM58 mic because of its great sound and versatility

  • Chuck Smith says:

    I already own a a wireless SM58, but I would love to own the special edition black Super 55 Deluxe cause its the baddest mic on the planet, thank you for a great product.

  • wayne mitschke says:


  • Chazz says:

    I want that ksm353 because its the most expensive one I see on the website. ( I think )

  • Jamin Boggs says:

    I would love an sm7b!

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  • Dan Gough says:

    I use the SM7B everyday for my Voice Over work. It is my go to mic always!! Such a great mic. I really wish to add a cardiod mic to my arsenal and that would be the KSM44A. I have heard great things about this mic. I have a dynamic mic SM7B and a tube mic and now I wish to own a cardiod KSM44A to complete my voice over mic setup!! wishing and fingers crossed.

  • Steve Merola says:

    I would like a 520DX mic. I usually play with very clean sound and Use an SM57 for that but sometimes I need something different like the classic “Green Bullet” sound.
    Steve Merola

  • Malachi Jaggers says:

    I have always wanted a Shure KSM 44!

  • Kent Kalnasy says:

    Would you have Santa bring me a KSM252/ED mic? Such a beautiful, reliable thing.

  • Peter Kyllonen says:

    My wish is for the SM87A to be used in my church. We are in desperate need of upgrading our complete system and this would be a great start to improving our system.

  • Jack Jones says:

    KSM42 please..thankyou santa..

  • T.A. Duarte says:

    Since I first layed eyes on the “Shure Super 55 Dynamic Microhone”, I knew I wanted it. I actually got a tattoo inspired it. I’ve been a vocalist for 8 years and there had been no other microphone I could trust to get the sound im looking for. Shure has been my main brand since the beginning. I wouldnt trade my shure mics for any other.

  • Dirk K says:

    Hi Shure team!
    Thank you for all your hard work and for this opportunity. I am a guitar player, sound engineer and producer and love all the mics you made. I have used them in studios all my life. I would love to own a SM 57. I always worked with them but never owned one. All the best and have a great Holiday Season:)

  • Andy Sehloff says:

    I would love The DMK57-52 Drum Mic Kit. I always have troubles when recording live events. I want to put the drum set behind a shield but still get a good sound on the recording.

  • Kim says:

    I would love any mic for xmas it shure wouldake make my christmas

  • Brian Lymburner says:

    I would love to win another Beta58 so i dont have to endure my bass players stinking beer and burrito breath whenever he leans into mine to sing harmonies… Shure products are the best..Happy Holidays..

  • Karen Smith says:

    It HAS to be the classic SM58 for me!!!

  • Knowing the outstanding reputation Shure microphones hold in our industry, I would love to have a KSM353 Ribbon Microphone for use in my studio. I hope that you pick me!

  • Andras Banlaki says:

    ULX2/BETA87A. Optimal choice.

    From our Families to all of your Families,
    HAPPY NEW YEAR 2013!! (Exclamations!) 🙂

    I have recently purchased one of your most unbelievable KSM44a Microphones for our newly started business.
    IT’S SO QUIET! 🙂
    We ‘Shure’ would like to be able to get another!
    Thanks to you all, even if we don’t win!

    … Be Blessed Always,

  • Craig Reiners says:

    I am a huge fan of the 58beta microphones. I have had other singers in this area jealous if my wireless beta

  • The Shure KSM42 Cardioid Condenser Mic! Rich, yet clear sound. Great for male and female vocals!

  • Don Clifton says:

    Dear Santa, Please bring me a Shure KSM-44 microphone. I need one for my recording studio and to make me sound more awesome live also. If you do I promise to only play notes that are in tune , show up on time for the gigs and not make fun of the drummer.

  • Ted Cannon says:

    My wish is for a PGXD24/PG58. Our DJ company has used several PGX24/SM58 for years. They’ve taken a beating but I would love to try out the digital model.

  • Stanley Scheller says:

    I have a sm 58 and would really like to try a 57

  • George V. says:

    I have been a user and advocate of Shure Quality Microphones for over 35 years for live performance and recording. I own many different models but don’t have a model KSM44A yet. Wanted one for a while.

  • Daniel Bulbeck says:

    I absolutely love Shure microphones I have several but I would really love to own a beta 58A wireless microphone. I did save for a really long time and bought one only to find out it was a counterfeit seller on an auction site! Absolutely gutted! Thanks for the chance to win one.

  • Thinh Khuc says:

    Since it’s a holiday season, It’s got to be the KSM353/ED, superb sound and quality for me. I’ve always dreaming of getting this single piece of equipment for voice and instrument recording. Should Shure lives up to my expectation that I’ve been experiencing? One way to find out as Christmas is closing in. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you.

  • Trevere Scott-Henry says:

    My favorite Shure microphone is the BETA 58A! The built in mount, the ruggedness and the clear sound make any kick drum you put it in front of thunder out of subs!!!(provided the engineer is with anything!)

  • I would love to have a KSM42 for my vocal sessions, it’s such a warm, and very responsive mic, love it.

  • A KSM44 for great Vocal Takes! Thanks for the Chance

  • Chip Gestiehr says:

    Shure 55 would be on my wish list this year and I’ve been a good boy. Thanks Santa Shure!

  • Tyrone harrington says:

    SM86 Microphone w/ ULX2 Handheld Transmitter

  • Jack Langford says:

    I would love to have a beta 58

  • Mike Koontz says:

    I am dying for a Shure KSM42. I do not own a decent (or otherwise) studio vocal mic. This would be a dream come true. Happy Holidays!

  • homer says:

    Any large condenser. Great for use on a lot of sources. Always wanted to try one.

  • Neal Klaeser says:

    Would love to own a VP82 for my HPX170 camcorder because of Shures incredible reputation.

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