Medium-soft to loud volume cymbal with medium sustain and a washy stick sound. Bright, warm, full, and brilliant. Crash attack is fast and powerful with an even, responsive feel.The 201 Bronze cymbals... Click To Read More About This Product
Medium-soft to loud volume cymbal with medium sustain and a washy stick sound. Bright, warm, full, and brilliant. Crash attack is fast and powerful with an even, responsive feel.
The 201 Bronze 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 an entire range of music styles. The replacement for the 302 and 502 series, you can expect the same well-known sound and performance with a boost in engineering and quality.
A select, high-grade bronze alloy is used for the 201 Bronze cymbals.
Volume: medium soft to loud
Stick sound: washy
Bell character: integrated
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This is a great cymbal. They sound very good for any type of music. The most important thing is that if you do play hard, it will most certainly take the punishment. It is definitely the best entry level crash cymbal I've ever played. I will buy more of these in the future.
If you are a beginning drum player... Buy this cymbal. I own the 14" version of this cymbal and it has done me well. It has a bright washy tone just like it says, I've honestly considered keeping this cymbal sitting next to my A custom crash. The deciding factor was the recording quality. If put through a mic, this cymbal sound thin and wimpy. But if you are playing a small gig, this will project quite well for the job. I would consider getting a set of these for gigging purposes.
These are probably some of the best cymbals for the price. They have a very nice ring that is versatile for any style. Im surprised they are as cheap as they are because they are very heavy duty and i think they'll last quite some time.
Don't let the price sway you from this cymbal, it's not one of those cheap throw away cymbals. It's very bright and has a good sustain. It's stick definition is very well balanced and it's thick enough to ride on as well. It's bell has a very nice and cutting ping. It's a good replacement for your first cymbal that breaks and since it's made by Paiste they can take a beating. I've had mine for 3 months now but I actively play almost everyday and I gig 4 nights a week and this baby show's little sign of wear and tear. I'm a dedicated Paiste man now lol