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Paiste Rude Crash/Ride 17''
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Paiste Rude Crash/Ride 17''

Crash Cymbal from Paiste belonging to the Rude series.

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jordison jordison
Publié le 12/07/06 à 12:01
"I used Paiste Rude for over a year and a half.
Their quality-are their strong and amazing Resistors shocks more violent, their great sound of a rare puissance.Mais the default of these cymbals is that the sound is so powerful that we could hear it in small rooms.
"I tried a lot of cymbals before connatre the Rude, the Stagg (cheap but we know why!), Sabian and Zildjian's but they rsister 6 months for the strongest of them.
The quality-price ratio is quite interesting in my got.Elles are expensive but for Longva is adapted trs.
"I have 16 years and over 10 years of experience, and dsormais my choice is automatically on the Paiste Rude.
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