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  • Ѐm€tЀm€t

    Wuhan CHINA 16"Published on 11/12/07 at 09:38
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Good morning.
    I am Owner 'of 3 Chinese Wuhan, 14, 16 and 18. "For the same price in a popular brand (zildjan, paiste, sabian) I would have had only one.
    Cot's nothing adplorer they are so only by "trash". It should be fairly mticuleux in the game to not make everyone deaf ....

    Cot look, great job done by hand. Beautiful reflections rolled I fell in love with their look.
    The finish of the edge is quite sharp, so much suffering in bttn. Can be a little bit of lime can be ncessaire iron.
  • demonicondemonicon

    Wuhan CHINA 16"Published on 11/17/07 at 02:57
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I buy a cymbal Wuhan china 16 ", despite the sound quality it produces relatvement for the price it has cost, there is still an important note: it 3semaines me time, and then a big crack appeared.
    While I have a Chinese Meinl (4x the price of Wuhan) but stand very long time.

    I've always wondered about this question:
    Do I buy a cheap cymbal that will keep me fairly long time that fits in my budget, or is it that I ruined at once on a cymbal quality?
    For a long time I opted for a small budget cymbals (Stagg Wuhan ..) but now I change to make philosophy rather quality. Because the difference is truly present, both the richness of sound, as on the durability of the material.
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    I buy a cymbal Wuhan china 16 ", despite the sound quality it produces relatvement for the price it has cost, there is still an important note: it 3semaines me time, and then a big crack appeared.
    While I have a Chinese Meinl (4x the price of Wuhan) but stand very long time.

    I've always wondered about this question:
    Do I buy a cheap cymbal that will keep me fairly long time that fits in my budget, or is it that I ruined at once on a cymbal quality?
    For a long time I opted for a small budget cymbals (Stagg Wuhan ..) but now I change to make philosophy rather quality. Because the difference is truly present, both the richness of sound, as on the durability of the material.
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