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Paiste PST 3 China 18''
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Paiste PST 3 China 18''

China Cymbal from Paiste belonging to the PST 3 series.

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Annonces Paiste PST 3 China 18''

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Paiste PST 3 China 18''Published on 03/08/07 at 10:28
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A pan, an effect cymbals you tear your ears (I used 10 minutes, I had a headache)
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Paiste PST 3 China 18''Published on 07/12/07 at 09:32
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Trs good report quality price
its powerful enough to be playing hard.
a mid-range cymbal that will satisfy beginners and musicians more expermiments undemanding.
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" A avoid"

Paiste PST 3 China 18''Published on 12/29/10 at 12:43
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I bought this cymbal because I wanted the Chinese to complete my set. Did not want to put big way, I turned to this cymbal, which was then just out and I have more special affection for the brand paiste. Result, I was disappointed, too bright, too harmonious. For me a Chinese should be bright and punchy. With this cymbal anything like that. Even if the price is BSG, I will not make that choice again.
NB Let's say that this cymbal is not the priority in a set of beginner unlike the ride, hit hat or crash (it's just my opinion) so the batsmen will go further confirmed on models more interesting and unfortunately more expensive. But the idea of a Chinese input range of quality could be......
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I bought this cymbal because I wanted the Chinese to complete my set. Did not want to put big way, I turned to this cymbal, which was then just out and I have more special affection for the brand paiste. Result, I was disappointed, too bright, too harmonious. For me a Chinese should be bright and punchy. With this cymbal anything like that. Even if the price is BSG, I will not make that choice again.
NB Let's say that this cymbal is not the priority in a set of beginner unlike the ride, hit hat or crash (it's just my opinion) so the batsmen will go further confirmed on models more interesting and unfortunately more expensive. But the idea of a Chinese input range of quality could be good





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  • Manufacturer: Paiste
  • Model: PST 3 China 18''
  • Series: PST 3
  • Category: China Cymbals
  • Added in our database on: 06/12/2006

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Other names: pst3china18'', pst3 china18'', pst 3china 18''

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