18" crash/ride and 14" hi-hats. PST 3 cymbals are affordable cymbals with never-before-possible sound quality and pro-level looks. Paiste employs modern, hi-tech production techniques that transfer th... Click To Read More About This Product
18" crash/ride and 14" hi-hats. PST 3 cymbals are affordable cymbals with never-before-possible sound quality and pro-level looks. Paiste employs modern, hi-tech production techniques that transfer the spirit and essence of 70 years of hand-manufacturing into premium-quality, musical cymbals. PST 3 cymbals are made from a selected and especially sonorous brass copper based alloy.
Medium bright, clean, full. Fairly narrow range, somewhat complex mix. Even, balanced feel. Bright, full, controlled open sound. Mellow, defined chick sound with a slight hiss.
Energetic, full and focused. Somewhat narrow range, fairly clean mix. Even, balanced feel. Fast, powerful crash sound and soft, mellow ride qualities.
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Comments about Paiste PST 3 Essential Set 14/18:
I bought this set when I first got my kit. The cymbals look pretty nice. The hi-hats are fairly good quality. They are even with each other and they produce a pretty loud sound. They aren't fantastic for jazz stuff, but they work nice for funk and also heavier genres. I was surprised with the quality of the crash/ride when I first bought it. Its ride sound is better than its crash sound, but it works good both ways. The crash sound is quick and it has a little bit of ring at the end, but nothing drastic. Its range is pretty narrow. The ride sound sounds best with nylon tipped sticks, and it has a pretty big range depending on where you hit it. It's a little bit quieter than I would like, but it sounds like a ride. When you buy your next cymbal, I would suggest getting a new crash, probably something with a thick sound. Overall, I recommend this set to anyone who needs their first cymbal pack.