The Paiste Crystal Crash Cymbals delivers a silky, full, shadowy with a fairly wide range, fairly clean mix. Crystal cymbals are responsive with a smooth feel and even fade; strong enough to persist i... Click To Read More About This Product
The Paiste Crystal Crash Cymbals delivers a silky, full, shadowy with a fairly wide range, fairly clean mix. Crystal cymbals are responsive with a smooth feel and even fade; strong enough to persist in today's Pop and Rock music. The bigger sizes are also well-suited for classical applications and mallets rolls.
Background: Paiste create affordable cymbals with never before realized sound quality and professional appearance. Draws on over half a century experience of creating real sound in affordable cymbals. Transfer the Swiss principles concerning shape, structure and sound to modern German high-tech production. Strive for the successful realization of the hand manufacture achievements in modern, technical production.
Innovation: Transfer the Swiss principles concerning shape, structure and sound to modern German high-tech production
Alloy: CuSn8 Bronze, also known as "2002 Bronze"
Quality: Mid-range with best quality/price relationship
Production: Modern, hi-tech production techniques
Applications: All volume settings. Live playing. Entire range of music styles
Users: Casual players, students. All players who want satisfying cymbal sound and function with musical feeling and authentic looks in their cymbals
Sound: The Paiste Crystal cymbals are bright, clean, full, focused, cutting and energetic with proper functional and musical characteristics
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Comments about Paiste Signature Crystal Thin Crash Cymbal:
I love the Signature line of cymbals. The Crystal thin is very shimmery and crisp; however, it might not be for every type of music or player. Signature cymbals are expensive compaired to Zildjian K's or Sabian HH, but they are well worth the investment.