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Meinl Amun Medium Crash 16"
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Crash Cymbal from Meinl belonging to the Amun series

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  • josh freesejosh freese

    Meinl Amun Medium Crash 16"Published on 06/10/06 at 04:52
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I have chosen power because I am a little "peureut" break my cymbals and I'm not AT ALL dcus! Its a really xlent who marries any style of music, for rock is suitable trs well as for the scene or even the studio.

    Trs good report quality price.
  • Prout alcooliséProut alcoolisé

    Meinl Amun Medium Crash 16"Published on 11/22/08 at 08:12
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use a medium crash 16 "for 1 year, purchased from MP.
    Purchased in addition to my crash 15 "In the same series with a 17".
    This is a cymbal crash everything that is most standard. Nevertheless, it is fast enough, slice well over guitars, in fact powerful in its projection, not in his nature. It is medium thickness and weight, what it means competing in a thin crash, so here Meinl thinner than average.
    I had already the same in 15 'so I took the 16 "and 17" with confidence, but they have more body than its predecessor, it must be admitted.
    Good price / quality ratio is excellent (130 euros), I would do not have that choice today, however, pleased me more in the low frequencies.
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    I use a medium crash 16 "for 1 year, purchased from MP.
    Purchased in addition to my crash 15 "In the same series with a 17".
    This is a cymbal crash everything that is most standard. Nevertheless, it is fast enough, slice well over guitars, in fact powerful in its projection, not in his nature. It is medium thickness and weight, what it means competing in a thin crash, so here Meinl thinner than average.
    I had already the same in 15 'so I took the 16 "and 17" with confidence, but they have more body than its predecessor, it must be admitted.
    Good price / quality ratio is excellent (130 euros), I would do not have that choice today, however, pleased me more in the low frequencies.
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  • SkabatSkabat

    Meinl Amun Medium Crash 16"Published on 01/01/09 at 09:09
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I thus availing oneself Crash Meinl Amun Medium Crash 16 "


    - For how long have you been using it?
    1 year

    - What is the specific feature you like best, the least?
    The +: sound, very crystalline, very versatile and perfect for the style I play mainly (Group): the metal.

    - Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
    some yes, like a paiste 302 (my old), and 2-3 more quickly (of very good quality (high range))

    - How do you report qualitprix?
    very respectable. It is an excellent quality cymbal.

    - With the exprience, you do again this election? ...
    yes ^ ^
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