Not really, no. Bono's about the only vocalist I know of that uses one. Its big brother the SM7 (and SM7B) does, though. Large diaphragm condensers are the standard here, and most are tuned such that a vocal sounds "right" on them on the way in (i.e. presence boost).Shure SM 58s get used as a vocal microphone on lots of commercial recordings.
It's not because condensers pick up more, it's because they're way more sensitive. An SM57, which isn't even particularly low for a moving coil dynamic, has a sensitivity of about 1.6mV/Pa (or, -56dBV/Pa) and an average condenser (say, a Neumann TLM102) has a sensitivity of about 11mV/Pa (a whopping 16dB higher sensitivity).it's due to the fact that condensers pick up "everything".
that's why you can't use them at live shows, for example (causes feedback; EVEN if directional)
What that means here is that even though the 57 will pick up a similar amount of reflections as the 102 as it has a similar polar pattern, the sensitivity is so low that anything that isn't right up on it basically has no impact on the recorded sound.
Part of the reason people recommend an SM7B for recording in reflection heavy rooms is because its sensitivity is a whole 3dB below an SM57.
I recently acquired some Warm Audio WA84's. Clones of the KM84. I've not had hands on an actual KM84, but these WA84s are very good, very good for the price especially. It has a very flat response, and apparently goes a little deeper into the bass on the low end vs the real KM84.
You know I've been curious about those. Have you by chance recorded any electric guitar cab with one?