The Paiste 101 Brass Cymbal Set features 14" hi-hats, 16" crash, and 20" ride.14" Hi-HatsMedium-volume hi-hat with medium sustain and a dry, pronounced stick sound. Overall character is medium bright,... Click To Read More About This Product
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The Paiste 101 Brass Cymbal Set features 14" hi-hats, 16" crash, and 20" ride.
Medium-volume hi-hat with medium sustain and a dry, pronounced stick sound. Overall character is medium bright, clean, and focused. Bright, full, controlled open sound. Mellow, defined chick sound.
Medium-volume crash cymbal with nice intensity and a washy stick sound and overall character that is fairly dark, full, and focused. Even, responsive feel, explosive attack.
Soft to medium-loud ride with lively intensity and a balanced stick sound. Overall character is fairly dark, full, and focused. Soft, balanced feel. Sizzly ping over sweet, mellow, warm wash.
The Paiste 101 Brass cymbals are crafted using advanced modern manufacturing tools and rigorous programmed design parameters for precise mechanical shaping. These cymbals deliver powerful, musical sound at all volume settings and excel playing live for entire range of music styles. The replacement for the 302 series, you can expect the same well-known sound and performance with a boost in engineering and quality.
101 Brass cymbals are made from an especially sonorous copper-based brass alloy.
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We purchased these for one of our student sets and they are definately Paiste quality, however they are the bottom of the line Paiste. You should know that the 101 series are the entry level of Paiste. The attack and sustain of the crash is more subdued and deep. The hi-hats have a fairly crisp attack, but lack in sizzle compared to the PST 3 line, but beginners typically keep them closed anyhow. The ride is the best of all these, it sounds like a 20 inch ride and the bell sounds pretty good as well. If you are just beginning, have a limited budget, or purchased a cheap set with cheap cymbals, you could do a lot worse than upgrading to Paiste 101s. If however, you can afford a bit more, move up to the PST 3 series, they sound quite a bit more professional.
Paiste makes the best cymbals.If you find this cymbal pack not so expensive like other brands,think again.this cymbals wont have bends or cracks after a couple of wacks with you drum stick.If this is your first time buying PAiSTE, well buy this ones.you'll see paiste in a way new different way.good cymbals for any genre.
They're cheap but they play like any mid-grade cymbal out there or better... the ride and crash are excellent... the hi-hats are pretty good---the better your stand is the better they will sound. I would recondmend these to all begginers and anyone looking for an upgrade for little $.