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Paiste PST 7 Thin Crash 18 in.

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Paiste Sound Technology (PST) adds an affordable line for drummers who like a traditional sound, look and feel. PST7's base is CuSn8 bronze which stems from the legendary 2002 series. The cymbals are ... Read More

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Paiste Sound Technology (PST) adds an affordable line for drummers who like a traditional sound, look and feel. PST7's base is CuSn8 bronze which stems from the legendary 2002 series. The cymbals are lathed by Paiste's Swiss hand craftsmen to achieve their distinctive traditional look and finish. The result of Paiste's precise Swiss manufacturing is a warm and clear overall sound and by offering three weight classes, light/thin, medium and heavy, PST7 covers a wide range of different music styles.

This Thin Crash offers bright, lively character with a warm, airy finish and a pinch of a brilliant sizzle.

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  • 14", 16" or 18"
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PaistePST 7 Thin Crash
 
5.0

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5.0

Love this cymbal

By Quazi

from Santa barbara ca

About Me Novice

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Responsive Feel

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Small Venues

    Comments about Paiste PST 7 Thin Crash:

    I've always like the pst7 I play at church and and band that plays older rock, and blues I love the quick attack I get with the cymbal and crisp sound especially with the price I'm not that great of a drummer so honestly I really don't want to spend hundreds on one cymbal where it wouldn't really make a differenice on how I play or sound but definitely is a lot better than the meinl hcs I have

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    5.0

    Great cymbal

    By Kenny Powers

    from Jacksonville, FL

    About Me Experienced

    Pros

    • Bright Sound

    Cons

      Best Uses

        Comments about Paiste PST 7 Thin Crash:

        I played Zildjian cymbals for 20 + years but got tired of the sound. I found the Paiste PST 7 18" thin crash and love the sound. It's totally affordable and the sound is awesome. I love the 2002's but they're pretty expensive. For a fraction of the price, the PST 7's are great. I'm into the Alex Van Halen sound and I found it with these cymbals. They have that classic 2002 sound. So Great. Bright, excellent sounding cymbals, for sure. I feel like I'm playing a super expensive cymbal...every cymbal hit sounds like "I'll Wait" off 1984. Classic.

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