LOL look up CAD mics, I bought some a couple of years ago, they were $49 a piece, we actually use them live for our drum overheads, but Ive used them for recording and they dont sound that bad to me. They do require phantom power, the only drawback for recording.
Our bassist has recorded me in his studios, and lately hes been using SM 57s of all things for vocals and to mic acoustic guitars.
I also had an AVLEX, dont know if they make them anymore, it was very warm, and it cost around $200.
But dont get caught up on names and certain mics, just try to find something that works for you.
Hell Ive used everything from NEUMANS to these little Radio Shack plastic mics and if you play around with them enough you can get almost anything sounded decent.
"A winks as good as nod to a blind man"