I often record bass with 2 mics and blend them. Not stereo, just 2 tracks. I always set the bass player up next to the drums with a minimum of baffling because I don't like headphones. Everyone just plays better if your in a gig/rehearsal/jam-like setting.
I like a ribbon mic on the body of the bass usually under the f-hole on the G string side. Also, a SDC mic near the bridge pointing at the plucking fingers.
My first choice for a ribbon is an RCA 77. A 44 is good too but the 77 seems to get a bit more attack and less proximity effect. I'm sure Royers and Coles are good too.
For the SDC, I like a tube mic like a Neumann KM54 or Schoeps 221b. An AKG C60 is good too as is a Neumann km56. I'm sure some of the newer tube SDC mics are good too, like the ones from Peluso, Mojave, Chameleon labs, etc.
If you must use a dynamic, the Beyer m88
, EV re20
and AKD D12 (NOT D112) all are good choices. I find the dynamics to be better than the ribbons when the player has steel strings, but the ribbons are better for a gut string player.