Shure Microphones

Shure Microphones were founded in 1925 by Sidney Shure. In 1939 Shure’s famous microphone the Model 55 was created being used for some of world’s most famous speeches from people like John F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King and also used by performers like Elvis Presley. View all information

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About Shure Microphones

In the 50’s, Shure introduced the Unidyne 55, more commonly known as the “Elvis mic”.

Still in production today as the Shure 55SH, it has become a timeless classic. A decade later, Shure introduced the SM57 and SM58. Today, the SM series are perhaps the most popular mic in the industry. The SM57 is known to bring the best out of a guitar cab. The SM58 is great for live vocals. The Beta range offers higher-output and feedback control.

As well as range of dynamic mics, Shure produce a great range of condenser mics, wireless mics and the affordable PG series.

Shure Microphone News

Shure Competition Asks You To Remix Snow Patrol

Shure Europe has announced an exciting new competition which asks you to download the stems of the title track from Snow Patrol's Fallen Empire album and make your very own remix!... More  »

23 Oct 2012 10:00

Shure Drum Mastery competition opens soon

The Drum Mastery competition by Shure, the leading manufacturer of microphone and recording gear, opens on October 1st across 18 European countries.... More  »

28 Sep 2011 16:50

NAMM 2011: Shure Announce New Headphones

Shure have announced new headphones and in ear personal monitoring systems being launched at this years NAMM.... More  »

17 Jan 2011 16:18