As long as your media is relatively un-damaged, any modern drive will do. but if you have moderately to heavily scratched media AFAIK benq and matsushita drives do an excellent job of ripping audio with scratched discs. LG and samsung drives do better with data but not so good with cd-da and lite-on is hopeless. I used to own an acer 650P cd-rom drive that use to rip scratched discs like no other but they are pretty extinct these days.
Also, some might not agree but in my experience, my thinkpad's LG U10A is an excellent cd-da ripper, better than all the drives I own except my matsushita 9587s and NU DDw-081SS. it's almost impossible to procure any of these drives so your best bet might be to try with a pioneer and if that doesn't work try your luck on a Panasonic based LG.
Once, I tried to extract a very badly scratched disc and None of the drives could make a flawless copy so I used a Pioneer cd player and captured the audio from it's optical port. Pioneer decks and panasonic discmans make very good audio cd readers.