Not a one trick pony
I've used this mic forever on kick, and imo, it is THE best kick mic in this price range, and if you wanna avoid using multiple mics. But I just recently picked up another one to use for floor tom, bass cab, and other low frequency type things.
Floor tom, it's not the best mic in the world for the application by any means, but it does the job with a little tweaking. It's a tad scooped and clicky on top (perfect for modern kick) but can miss the mark a bit for toms, but the off axis rejection is so darn good (ie very little bleed) that it's worth it to dial in some extra mids and dial down the top. Can be a little odd to position.
Bass cab. Awesome in combo with a DI track. It's got a good tight low end, and the top helps the dinga-dinga stick out from bass played with a pick. Could even be cool paired with a 57 on guitar amp for down tuned type stuff.
Kick, like I said, perfect at this price point. It's got tight thumpy lows, crisp top, and a bit of a mid scoop. Place it just right at the cusp of the port hole, slightly off axis if you wanna reduce clickiness, take a bit out at 400hz and you got yourself a pretty handsome sounding kick.
Only giving 4 stars, cause it is a bit bulky and awkward to position, and it's not necessarily the best mic in the world for a given application, but for the price and quality, it's a no brainer.
Shure fanboy for life!