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Meinl Classics Traditional Medium Crash 14"
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Crash Cymbal from Meinl belonging to the Classics Traditional series.

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  • Meinl Classics Traditional Medium Crash 14"Published on 11/03/06 at 11:19
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    I bought it today in a shop in Zug for 80 CHF (about 50 euros). Encountered in the window of a shopkeeper who was liquidating its stock of 50% cymbals. I found the temptation too great.

    In sound, I would describe as just acceptable. We do not find what ct "dooooing" which m'nerve on other products so cheap. At the same time, the body is not in any Premire references. The volume is lower than other cymbals. The expressiveness trs is good and can play with nuances and powerful blows sounded as such. The bell is a sound russia. This gives a good brand with a trs mdium sustain plutt limit. The agus are not distorted and that's good value dj. The Resistors seem to be as the cymbal is a......
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    I bought it today in a shop in Zug for 80 CHF (about 50 euros). Encountered in the window of a shopkeeper who was liquidating its stock of 50% cymbals. I found the temptation too great.

    In sound, I would describe as just acceptable. We do not find what ct "dooooing" which m'nerve on other products so cheap. At the same time, the body is not in any Premire references. The volume is lower than other cymbals. The expressiveness trs is good and can play with nuances and powerful blows sounded as such. The bell is a sound russia. This gives a good brand with a trs mdium sustain plutt limit. The agus are not distorted and that's good value dj. The Resistors seem to be as the cymbal is a certain mass, which should reassure tappeurs wildest.

    A product recommended for those who seek a cymbal honnte low price.

    Note [5] is the average home.
    Verdict of my drummer:

    Yeah ... not bad. It feels a bit this mtallique ct found on the cymbals cheap but still a discreet rear TRS plan. The cool thing is that the sound does not buckle. Well ... and the price I not speak, for the price of baked good you've got a new cymbal is the foot. Trs happy anyway!
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