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Paiste Rude Thin Crash 17''
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Crash Cymbal from Paiste belonging to the Rude series.

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  • MGR/BrettMGR/Brett

    Paiste Rude Thin Crash

    Paiste Rude Thin Crash 17''Published on 07/17/05 at 15:00
    Got these from Musicians Friend. Alway's pricematch expensive equipment using Froogle. You can save a ton.

    Rudes have a reputation for being completely unique, and that's what I wanted. I was worried about getting their standard crash/rides, for fear of them being too heavey. As soon as they came out with the Thin Crashes, I jumped on the ball. They have a nice shimmer when hit softly, and an extremely fast decay when when hit hard. These are the best for hard rock.

    I really like everything. If you want a loud, pretty cymbal, get something else. These baby's are advertised as "audacious" for a reason.

    The rude thins, are not any thinner than a regular cymbal, they are just much thinner t…
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    Got these from Musicians Friend. Alway's pricematch expensive equipment using Froogle. You can save a ton.

    Rudes have a reputation for being completely unique, and that's what I wanted. I was worried about getting their standard crash/rides, for fear of them being too heavey. As soon as they came out with the Thin Crashes, I jumped on the ball. They have a nice shimmer when hit softly, and an extremely fast decay when when hit hard. These are the best for hard rock.

    I really like everything. If you want a loud, pretty cymbal, get something else. These baby's are advertised as "audacious" for a reason.

    The rude thins, are not any thinner than a regular cymbal, they are just much thinner that the crash/ride monsters.

    These babies are great. They look amazing too. I also have the Power Ride, the China, and the SoundEdge hats. That's how much I love rudes. If you want unique, you want rude. They are professional level cymbals, not for beginners.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • Menestrel de malheurMenestrel de malheur

    Amazing

    Paiste Rude Thin Crash 17''Published on 03/07/12 at 17:34
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use it for a few weeks, she frankly bloody mess in my set, why?
    Because she has already a large volume like all series cymbals, and secondly parcequ it sound difficult to define, quite chaotic.
    I do not, for my part, forcing him to go to hit hard to make her talk, she eats more quickly in the other if the volume too loud slap of the coup I moderate my typing on the one compared to its sisters.
    I play metal band, this is done we are going to say but I find even when there is a bit too much volume.
    I also regret taking a thin, which by its torsional harmonic adds too chaotic for what I sought. (Major crash)
    For cons the good points: the sound is dark, the sustain is great, the str…
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    I use it for a few weeks, she frankly bloody mess in my set, why?
    Because she has already a large volume like all series cymbals, and secondly parcequ it sound difficult to define, quite chaotic.
    I do not, for my part, forcing him to go to hit hard to make her talk, she eats more quickly in the other if the volume too loud slap of the coup I moderate my typing on the one compared to its sisters.
    I play metal band, this is done we are going to say but I find even when there is a bit too much volume.
    I also regret taking a thin, which by its torsional harmonic adds too chaotic for what I sought. (Major crash)
    For cons the good points: the sound is dark, the sustain is great, the strength is to go, the look goes everywhere and many raw apple.
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  • IroncobrAIroncobrA

    Paiste Rude Thin Crash 17''Published on 09/10/06 at 07:27
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    As I reu yesterday. I could not test the unfortunately, I just rfr to sample the site.
    It is quite Fidler. L o I t is surprised at the thickness ... plutt Paisse for thin!
    I put it to the left used for emphasis as it is given most of my aige 2 trs crashs.Elle also makes crash well in rhythm.
    The sound is powerful and does trs really free when you hit hard.
    It is quite complex, I feel (but may be my ears ")) are formed as two notes: a serious and a trs aige (that go great together).
    In short, unlike what one might think, it is not so thin cymbal that a (whatever Rude, it was knowing it!).

    ps: You can also ride, the sound is dry, trashy, and the bell is very well too!
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    As I reu yesterday. I could not test the unfortunately, I just rfr to sample the site.
    It is quite Fidler. L o I t is surprised at the thickness ... plutt Paisse for thin!
    I put it to the left used for emphasis as it is given most of my aige 2 trs crashs.Elle also makes crash well in rhythm.
    The sound is powerful and does trs really free when you hit hard.
    It is quite complex, I feel (but may be my ears ")) are formed as two notes: a serious and a trs aige (that go great together).
    In short, unlike what one might think, it is not so thin cymbal that a (whatever Rude, it was knowing it!).

    ps: You can also ride, the sound is dry, trashy, and the bell is very well too!
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