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Paiste 2002 Power Crash
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Strong, extremely cutting crash for heavy playing.

The Paiste 200 Power Crash Cymbal sounds aggressive, shattering, and powerful. Fairly narrow range, dense, tight mix. Heavy feel, powerful attack, with brilliant, silvery highs and midrange heavy body.

Introduction: 1971

Background: During the 1960's developing Beat and Rock music required cymbal sound to match the new frequencies and volume levels and in 1967 the Giant Beat series was created - The 2002 was developed 1971 fusing the power of the Giant Beat with the differentiation of the Jazz series Formula 602 - In 2005, Paiste once again makes the 2002 a core series for the future, as the best and most innovative Dimensions models are incorporated into the newly expanded 2002, adding current trend cymbal sound to this venerable line
Innovation: First cymbal series fully developed for electronically amplified music
Alloy: CuSn8 Bronze, also known as "2002 Bronze"

Quality: Professional

Production: Manual Craftsmanship - Hand Hammering, Hand Lathing

Applications: Medium to very loud settings - Live and Recording - Country, R&B, Rock, Jazz-Rock, Progressive, Metal, Grunge, and modern hybrids rooted in those styles

Use Paiste's Musical Application Guide to find the best cymbal for your music!
Users: Working Musicians, Enthusiasts - All players who need energy and drive and want their cymbals to cut through the music in all settings

Sound: Bright, warm, brilliant, musical, precise with high energy levels and powerful projection characteristics

Looks: A wide variety of surface textures with even, balanced hammering and lathing patterns - Prominent, 2nd generation 2002 red silk screening

Recognition: Used by countless top players world-wide over three decades to create a significant portion of our modern music heritage

Paiste 2002 Power Crash Features:

  • Sizes: 16", 17", 18", 19", 20"
    Weight: heavy
    Volume: medium to very loud
    Stick Sound: fairly washy
    Intensity: lively
    Sustain: long
    Bell Character: integrated

Paiste 2002 Power Crash

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  • Perfect

    As reviewed by THRASH not TRASH drummer on 12/31/2009

    Just awesome. Perfect cutting power and projection. Only two things: Wasn't as heavy(I got the 19") as I thought it would be, and Guitar Center needs to handle their shipping procedure a little better, because it came with a very very small notch in the edge. But other than that, its PERFECT.

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  • ALMOST perfect

    As reviewed by AKABA on 10/27/2009

    i have the 17 and 18," yes they sound GREAT individually. but if you hit them together, they dont sound like the same crash, it sounds like your hitting a rock, or heavy or maybe even a metal crash, then you hit the next one and it sounds like a thin, they just dont go well ya

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  • Great but not Amazing

    As reviewed by Jables on 11/30/2010

    While purchasing this cymbal my expectations were pretty high. I must say that when I received this cymbal and began playing it MOST of these expectations were met. To start, this cymbal is pretty heavy. If you are a hard hitter, this cymbal is for you. I started playing it and immediately noticed how loud this thing is. I wasn't even playing it that hard and it was way louder than my other cymbals. Its sustain will last until when you stop playing and while you sleep, its crazy long. I can tell that this cymbal definitely will not be cracking on my any time in the near future because of how heavy it is and how loud it gets, so I don't have to hit it as hard. The only con that I have for this cymbal is that the tone of it is a little sub-par. It is not very focused and sounded slighty glassy with some strange overtones to it. Other than that this cymbal is great. I would say that it would be perfect for any Rock, Metal, Grunge, Punk or any other harder genre. If you play smooth jazz or funk I would suggest looking elsewhere. Basically to sum it up, if you are looking for a cymbal that you can beat to death and will cut through your friends Marshall half stack at practice, then this cymbal is for you if you can deal with the tone not being amazing.

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