If you're good, you don't need a mouse to make you better. Your hand/eye coordination will know exactly how much you need to make an adjustment. Still, I've always used Logitech mice. From a standard Logitech mouse, to a Dual Optical mouse, to a Logitech Gaming Mouse... there's a slight difference in performance, but mostly it's what's comfortable to your movements that make you play better, not the performance tuning in the mouse itself.
I would have to disagree to an extent, as a regular 10 dolar cheapo mouse will not give you the accuracy, number of buttons and adjustment functions that a gaming mouse will provide. Since I began using a gaming mouse I have not looked back. It's a must for the hard-core gamer.