There's no mistaking the explosive power of a crash cymbal. Of course, not all crashes are made equal, and some boast a higher level of quality than others. Take for example, Istanbul Mehmet crash cymbals. Named after the city that's respected around the world for crafting first-class cymbals, Istanbul was started by talented cymbal makers Mehmet Tamdeger and Agop Tomurchuk, and they were first introduced to the U.S. in 1984. Handmade with attention given to even the smallest detail, Istanbul Mehmet crashes continue to impress pro percussionists from countless genres.
Any one of the crash cymbals within this catalog will be a huge upgrade to your setup, but knowing some of the characteristics of different models will certainly help you make an easier decision. To kick off your search, start with the Session Series Crash 16 Inch. Projecting a warm and modern tone, this dual-finished crash was designed to merge the classic Traditional Series with the modern Radiant Series. The result is a versatile cymbal that can be mellow when you want it to be, yet bright and punchy when the music calls for more oomph from your performance.
Speaking of the Traditional Series, the Dark Crash is another choice worthy of your attention. With its quick, dry tone and immediate response, this Turkish-crafted cymbal is more than capable of giving you the sound you crave. From complex jazz styles to extreme metal, the Traditional Series Dark Crash is suitable for pretty much any genre.
When you consider how important your role is in a band, it only makes sense to equip your kit with the best drums and cymbals that money can buy, and when it comes to crashes, Istanbul Mehmet stands head and shoulders above the rest. If you have never tried this incredible crash cymbal, now is the perfect time to familiarize yourself with one - no doubt, you'll be glad you did.
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