Paiste Drums & Percussion
When we think of cymbals, one of the first names that comes to mind is always going to be Paiste. It's a no-brainer: they're one of the world's largest cymbal manufacturers. The company started from humble beginnings, and since setting up shop in the Swiss headquarters it still works from today, Paiste has more than proven itself on the global stage. The list of drummers who trust Paiste cymbals to top off their drums & percussion reads like a "who's who" of artists, including names like Ricky Lawson, Brian Tichy, Eric Carr, Nick Mason, Phil Rudd, Frank Beard, John Bonham and Nicko McBrain - just to name a few.
If you're interested in adding your own name to that list of Paiste players, you're definitely in the right place. Maybe you'd like to take things one step further by drawing inspiration directly from a drumming legend's playing style? If so, you've got to check out Paiste's line of signature cymbals, like the Stewart Copeland Signature Blue Bell or the Joey Jordison Signature Series Alpha Hyper Ride. These cymbals were developed in close coordination with the artists that they honor, delivering a big taste of their personal sounds.
Of course, if you'd rather blaze your own path, there are tons of other choices here in Paiste's amazing selection. The variety is huge, so no matter what sort of sound you're looking for, you can safely bet that Paiste has a cymbal ready to make it. They've also got some handy accessories available, including cymbal bags, cleaners and polishes, so you can do more than just finding your ideal sound here: you can also stock up on the supplies you need to take care of your new Paiste cymbals and keep them sounding great for years to come.
When it comes to drums and percussion, nothing else can take the place of the cymbal. They're an instrument that's really one of a kind, and the amount of craftsmanship that goes into making one is nothing short of impressive. When you want to play a set of cymbals that really shows that craftsmanship at its best - and reflects it in their excellent sound - going straight to Paiste is a pretty smart move.