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Paiste PST 3 Crash 14"
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Paiste PST 3 Crash 14"

Crash Cymbal from Paiste belonging to the PST 3 series.

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Annonces Paiste PST 3 Crash 14"

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DesespoarDesespoar

Paiste PST 3 Crash 14"Published on 04/18/06 at 04:44
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I bought this cymbal to replace the Crash / Ride Pearl Forum with the book ... The price attracted me (30euro) especially as the cymbal is a cymbal for me waiting to be others.

The level it sounds good, it's a sound fairly specially crash, it can be used to put pepper in the breaks (the sound is really thundering).
It has good sustain (seconds) and to beating rsiste intenpestifs jous in ff.

Although sr, do not buy it if you have 3-4years drumkit derrire you, but for beginners ... It can always serve plate ...

Light on this, good drumming ^ ^
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teilmonteilmon

Paiste PST 3 Crash 14"Published on 07/18/07 at 00:27
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- I use it for 3 weeks and I'm completely changing my cymable "deep" XD
- What I like most is the particular sound, and of course the price
- The price / quality ratio is excellent. I play the drums for a while, but I did not buy in to the cymbals (I also still ...) and ca completely changes the way I play, combined with PST3 ride 20 "
- If I still have as many as with the experience I remake that choice! right after I see the difference with the "big" brands
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Paiste PST 3 Crash 14"Published on 10/06/08 at 14:07
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It's better now pay a bit more expensive and take the pst 5 series 3 because the difference in quality is greater than the difference in price is not the same PST5 top is already more interesting at the Sound quality
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LeHomeStudieuxLeHomeStudieux

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Paiste PST 3 Crash 14"Published on 08/04/10 at 08:11
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I was looking for a small crash in replacement of an old Meinl. I looked for a cheap cymbal that would be at least as well. Total disappointment, this cymbal sounds as though a pot lid, much to the naked ear and the registration ... Not recommended even if you are a beginner, it is best to add some € and get a cymbal that will make you want to play it.
I will not repeat that choice!
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Paiste
  • Model: PST 3 Crash 14"
  • Series: PST 3
  • Category: Crash Cymbals
  • Added in our database on: 08/21/2005

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