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Paiste Rude China 18''
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China Cymbal from Paiste belonging to the Rude series.

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  • Menestrel de malheurMenestrel de malheur

    Good cymbal

    Paiste Rude China 18''Published on 03/07/12 at 17:52
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I own the Novo china.
    Cons: it has too much sustain, that the Chinese get drunk, I dab in accents quite apart otherwise it fucks the shit in the precision and it makes everyone wince.
    Goodies: a sound of hell, but very versatile, you can make it sing around it's great even if at first it was not like being at a real good point she china.Encore s' installed at the place and not in reverse, original and practical, it has a good mouth and a rock solid (almost)
  • rom1delogerom1deloge

    Paiste Rude China 18''Published on 05/22/07 at 14:28
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use the Chinese recently prs a year now ...

    What I like: a beautiful sound trs, trs sharp and well enough to Dfine fate of a Chinese music (trs) amplified.
    Besides, I wanted to point out that it is more versatile than the crashes in the same SERIES, playing in the medium volume can leave the effects trs "smooth" sound soft and warm enough that is between a crash and a "real" sound of Chinese ....
    the quality manufacturing and strong are waiting for you

    The inconvnients: To exploit compltement, you still even have a proper hit
    although quite versatile, go your way (I think) if you play jazz, blues .... But if you play rock, pop, funk ... and especially mtal is a purchase srieus…
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    I use the Chinese recently prs a year now ...

    What I like: a beautiful sound trs, trs sharp and well enough to Dfine fate of a Chinese music (trs) amplified.
    Besides, I wanted to point out that it is more versatile than the crashes in the same SERIES, playing in the medium volume can leave the effects trs "smooth" sound soft and warm enough that is between a crash and a "real" sound of Chinese ....
    the quality manufacturing and strong are waiting for you

    The inconvnients: To exploit compltement, you still even have a proper hit
    although quite versatile, go your way (I think) if you play jazz, blues .... But if you play rock, pop, funk ... and especially mtal is a purchase srieusement Whereas ...
    Last inconvnient: the quality has a price ...

    Qualitprix Report: see above

    I do not have a great exprience trs of China (The series from Zildjian ZXT home, the Meinl Classics, or the Paiste 2002), so my advice is take a step back ..
    APRS time, I would do the same DEFINITIONS choice, even if one size 18 "will probably force me complter my kit with another smaller Chinese, to get closer to more a sound and succinct Scheer.
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