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    Sabian SBr Crash Cymbal
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    Zildjian A Custom Crash Cymbal
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    Meinl HCS Trash Crash Cymbal
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    Zildjian ZBT Crash Cymbal
    From $5995
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    Meinl HCS Crash Cymbal
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    Sabian AAX X-plosion Crash Cymbal
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    Meinl Byzance Extra Dry Dual Crash Cymbal
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    Zildjian ZBT Crash Ride Cymbal
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    Zildjian K Crash Ride Cymbal
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    Zildjian K Custom Dark Crash Cymbal
    From $27495
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    Meinl HCS Crash/Ride Cymbal
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    Meinl Soundcaster Fusion Medium Crash Cymbal
    From $13497
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    Zildjian L80 Low Volume Crash-Ride Cymbal
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    Stagg DH Dual-Hammered Exo Medium Thin Crash Cymbal
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    Meinl Byzance Medium Thin Crash Traditional
    From $28999
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    Zildjian K Custom Hybrid Crash
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    Meinl Byzance Vintage Trash Crash
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    Zildjian K Dark Thin Crash Cymbal
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    Paiste 2002 Crash Cymbal
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    Zildjian A Custom Projection Crash Cymbal
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Short, sharp, and explosive. The crash cymbal isn't the biggest piece of a drum kit, but when hit, it's definitely the loudest. While other cymbals are meant keep a rhythmic pattern, the crash cymbal is used for dramatic accents, and to emphasize certain parts of a song. In today's cymbal market, the range of brands and styles to choose from will give you no problems in finding a crash cymbal that's affordable, and bursting with immaculate force. When a crash cymbal is used in a song, people take notice. They act as musical exclamation points, and it's for this reason that your drum-kit should include a crash that's high in quality and capable of surviving plenty of hits. With that in mind, you also need to remember that not all crash cymbals are crafted the same way. They come in many different styles and sizes, each with their own unique flavor.

For a crash cymbal that's bright, full-bodied and explosive in response for example, the Paiste 2002 Crash Cymbal is a hit in more ways than one. Whether you're live onstage or in the studio, this great all-purpose crash cymbal is incredibly versatile, perfect for beginners, and suitable for multiple music applications. Another fantastic choice is the Zildjian fast crash. True to their title, these crash cymbals offer a smooth, fast decay that follows a heavy initial attack. As you can imagine, this cymbal really packs a wallop. In fact, similar can be said for the Wuhan crash cymbal. This affordably priced crash cymbal provides an exceptional balance of quick, explosive response, making them ideal for the addition of crisp accents to musical passages. For kids who are just taking up the drums, the crash is quite often their favorite cymbal to hit because it stands out from the pack, and it doesn't require any more than a single hard blow to still play a hugely significant role in a song or piece of music. Of course, an experienced drummer will be quick to tell you that a crash cymbal is capable of being much more than an occasional accent. In fact, a great sounding crash cymbal is a crucial element to have in any band or musical ensemble, and you'll be sure to find the perfect one to suit your own unique style and taste.

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