Paiste Rude Thin Crash 17''
Paiste Rude Thin Crash 17''

Rude Thin Crash 17'', Crash Cymbal from Paiste in the Rude series.

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Average Score:4.3( 4.3/5 based on 3 reviews )
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MGR/Brett's review"Paiste Rude Thin Crash"

Paiste Rude Thin Crash 17''
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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.

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Menestrel de malheur03/07/2012

Menestrel de malheur's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Amazing"

Paiste Rude Thin Crash 17''
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.

IroncobrA's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Paiste Rude Thin Crash 17''
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!